• Issues 31 – 40

    Issue 31


    • The Efgeeco story
    • Chinese fishing and the earliest reel
    • Frank Sawyer and the Oliver kite row

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    Issue 32


    • Halford’s fish make big prices
    • Odd species on the fly with John Bailey
    • William Brown

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    Issue 33


    • Buying wood rods
    • Venables and tagged fish
    • Ivan Marks tribute

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    Issue 34


    • Sawyer memories
    • William Schaldach
    • Fred Arbogast

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    Issue 35


    • Jailed for fishing with worms
    • My record memories
    • High price for Mitchells

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    Issue 36


    • Catfish on the centrepin
    • My quest to trace a 72lb salmon
    • The earliest lure

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    Issue 37


    • The day when Winston Churchill went fishing, and caught a marlin within an hour of leaving port (p18-19)
    • Mike Mintram talks for the first time about the day that his father discovered the legendary carp water Ashlea Pool (32-33)
    • Hooks from pre-Christianity: a look at collecting the very earliest hooks (24-25)

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    Issue 38


    • The story of Michael Lerner, the philanthropist who was the driving force behind the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) (p40-41)
    • A business in your briefcase: the hook and fly samples that salesmen used in the early days of tackle manufacture. (p24-25)
    • The hat that sold for £700: collectors were eager to get their hands on anything with an association to Richard Walker (32-33)

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    Issue 39


    • The first $1m tackle auction – and why the final figure could have been a lot more (p2-3)
    • Cigarette cards with a fishing theme: how to collect some of angling’s cheapest memorabilia (p18-19)
    • The Fred Buller story: the Pike Master tells of his earliest days (p32-33)

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    Issue 40


    • A new organisation is being set up to challenge the NFLCC’s domination and cater for the low-end collector. (2-3)
    • Richard Walker was the first to spot the commercial possibilities of an electric bite indicator. We look at the very earliest models. (18-19)
    • Frederick Holder revolutionised big-game fishing when he caught a 183lb bluefin tuna on light line. (32-33)

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