The magazine that guaranteed to draw you in hook, line and sinker. Pole Fishing magazine – the sister mag to Match Fishing – is dedicated to that most noble, relaxing yet competitive of sports – perhaps unsurprisingly pole fishing!
This definitive magazine is absolutely packed with great tips and advice from world leading anglers, covering topics such as the best bait to use in certain situation and the best lures, hooks and locations to use them. For those with a great interest in the sport there are great features examining some of the leading names and some of the up-and-coming future stars. This magazine also conducts in-depth tests looking at the latest poles and kit, and recommends which is best value for any budget.
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You can’t go wrong with a spot of fishing. Here at Newsstand we appreciate the art of fishing as something both as a sport but also as a means to escape the busy rush of the modern world.
Imagine yourself working in an office, performing some repetitive task – something that probably won’t be too hard for many of you to think of. Now transport yourself miles away to the side of a river. You are surrounded by greenery on all sides, and in front of you is a gently flowing river, tantalisingly full of fish for you to find. Rather than tapping away on a keyboard, confined on all sides, you are open and free, and can take as long as you like to do whatever you want – bliss.
You can always try and catch some fish – many would argue that that is pretty much the entire point of fishing, but for us we would be simply happy to cast the line into the water, sit back in the comfy collapsible chair we brought with us and nod off to sleep. And of course, whenever you’re done you can simply pack up, stick all your kit in the car and wonder off to the pub for a pint or two and the opportunity to brag about the one that got away. It was really THAT big, honest. NB