Excellent weekly coverage of everything a fisherman needs to know. Angler’s Mail is an entertaining and surprisingly lengthy mag that you won’t want to throw back in.
Inside every Issue of Anglers Mail you will find all the latest angling news, including some monster catches, results from competitions and more, as well as special features such pitting one group of fisherman against another in a fish-off. There is also a letters section where the views of the community can be heard, trustworthy advice from experts and reviews of all the recently released baits and kit, alongside coverage of the best fishing spots across the UK
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We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the quality of this weekly mag. Not only does Anglers’ Mail bring you everything you would expect from a weekly magazine covering a hobby (or, as those of us who appreciate fishing know it to be, a passion), it brings you it in style and an entertaining manner.
We believe that fishing is something that should always be done with a smile on your face. Every angler knows the feeling of turning up, expecting a big day’s fishing, only to catch nothing more than a tiny minnow or two. It can seem pretty disheartening, but don’t despair! After all, you’ve gone out into the lovely countryside and wiled away an hour or tow, or maybe even a whole day, doing something you love. Anything you catch should always be considered simply a bonus – that way you will still enjoy those days when you catch nothing, and be absolutely thrilled on the occasions when you pull in a monster haul.
Obviously this is never going to work for those who take their fishing properly seriously, entering competitions, wining prize money and so on, but for those of us who fish more out of hope than expectation, we can do so with a smile on our lips and a song in our heart (can you tell that we have just come back from a weekend fishing trip?). NB