Thursday, June 13, 2013

Thursday Review: Classic Angling (No. 83, May/June 2013)

The international mails brought an outstanding present in the form of the latest edition of Classic Angling. This issue had a number of interesting articles in it.

There were some neat feature articles. Ben Wright gave a great piece on the Ambidex, the reel that set two carp records; a look at the first World Championship of fishing by John Essex; five years on the Test by Neil Freeman; John Bailey on why noted angler John Wilson is quitting Britain and moving to Thailand; Judith Head on Arthur Ransome; and an absolutely outstanding article by Tom Kerr on the magic of Thomas Tout fly rods. Well done, Tom!

There are also regular features of note, including auction results, fishing news, and vintage tackle profiles. It's well worth reading!

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-- Dr. Todd

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