Wednesday, 21 November 2012


I can now confirm that the book launch will be at The Carp Societies Sandown Show on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December.
I will be personally signing limited edition numbered books over this weekend, however if you would like one of these limited editions and cannot make the show then these can be ordered online at however you will need to order you’re copy prior to the show.

I will also be spending a day at Yateley Angling Centre on Saturday 15th of December between 10am and 4pm, so again if you want a signed copy then come along.

If you want a sneaky preview of one of the thirty one chapters in the book then there is one on carp fishing the Thames that can be downloaded on Calm Productions website.

The book covers my progression as an angler, evolving from a match angler in the early days right through to what most know me as today, a specimen angler. The book isn’t just a good read but also a bringing together of my love for photography and almost every page has a full colour image shown and taking into consideration it has over 350 pages, that’s a lot of photographs.
The book covers my quest to catch most species including eels, carp, barbel, bream, in fact almost every freshwater species that swims and covers some fantastic venues such as the river Kennet, Itchen, Thames and Loddon as well as stillwaters like Lynch Hills Willow Pool, Thorpe Park, Westhampnett and of course Frensham Great Pond. It also covers the capture of two British records, visits to France and Spain plus a chapter on ‘The fish l wish I’d never caught, twice’.
There are no secrets within the book; no this is how l did it, just a good honest read that will appeal to not just the club angler but also to those targeting fish of a lifetime.

If you’re struggling for ideas to give the wife or girlfriend for Christmas then look no further.

The cost of the book is £25 plus P&P if ordered online.

There are also 40 limited edition leather bound copies costing £180 plus P&P. To order these please call 0208 3203 886 or 0845 408 606

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