Carpworld APRIL 2015
In this issue…
IN THIS ISSUE
The warm days of spring are Roy Allen’s favourite time of year, but you need to crack the code to make the most of it. Roy details how to read the water, find the fish, give them the food they crave and reap the rewards.
STEVE BRIGGS – A WALK AROUND WRAYSBURY
Join Steve as he takes a day out to visit one of the most famous carp waters in the country, a water that’s opening it doors to everyone with some of the best facilities we’ve ever seen.
BILL COTTAM – CARPING ALLEGEDLY
Settle down on your bedchair for another instalment of Yorkshire wisdom and humour from Mr Cottam who’s on top form this month and covers everything from ticks (the insect kind!) to the north-south divide.
ADAM CLEWER – THE LITTLE THINGS (THAT MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE)
The title says it all. Adam likes to tick all the boxes to ensure that every little thing is right and proper. He says that if you’re not going to do something properly, then don’t bother!
PAUL FORWARD, GEORGE BENOS, CHRIS BALL, TIM PAISLEY, MIKE KAVANAGH, JOE TURNBULL, STEVE BROAD, DARRELL PECK, AND MANY MORE.
IN INTERNATIONAL CARPER
Tony Davies-Patrick has been out and about in France and he’s caught his first fish of the year. It’s such a lovely fish that it’s actually featured on the cover of Carpworld this month! Catch up with him on his travels. There’s also a holiday venue to check out as Les Lacs du Verger comes under our watchful gaze. There are two tranquil lakes to fish with carp to over 60lb, and all within a short drive from Calais. Next up we take a trip to the USA to join Raphael Biagini as he reveals that carp angling in the States has an awful lot to offer. Finally, there’s our usual rundown of all the big-carp catches in Echoes Around The World.