Carpworld January 2015
In this issue…
IN THIS ISSUE
Paul selman makes a welcome return to carpworld to regale us with tales from home and abroad and he discusses the famous withy
Pool, whether carp and catfish complement each other, coated and leads and the nightmare of satnavs!!
‘A rubber-coated lead to me is about as useful as a chocolate fireguard!’
THE ROAD TO ROACH – PART ONE – MARK CASPER
After helping erect an otter fence to protect the precious stocks of this southern gem, Mark was given the opportunity to tackle this mighty venue, and what a fortuitous chance it proved to be.
THE THINKER FRANK WARWICK
Frank’s back for another feature in The Thinker series, and as usual, he brings some very thought-provoking ideas to the table. Read on and prepare yourself for some more thoughts from a wandering mind.
LET NOT OPPORTUNITY SLIP – ROB HUGHES
Hughesy has had some incredible fishing recently, so we caught up with him at the back end of 2014 for him to tell the story of his cold-water campaign.
IN INTERNATIONAL CARPER
Niels Larson joins us for a cracking tale of how he broke the Danish carp record. He also talks about how the carp scene started and carried on growing. TV personality John Wilson has moved home, lock, stock and barrel, to Thailand. It’s not carping as we know it but just look at the lake and home he’s built! Nick Burrage returns to tie off loose ends at Le Queroy, a venue every one of us can visit. Derek Ritchie says ‘memories are made of this’ and he’s referring to a cracking visit to Iktus, a water that’s rattling a few cages on the carping grapevine. Tony Davies-Patrick loves the peace and quiet of fishing alone – so when he’s surrounded by the family from hell he’s not a happy bunny!