February 2017 (Issue 155)
Gigantica: The never ending story
In this, the second part of three, Danny Fairbrass breaks down a year’s fishing, revealing how the lake evolves and how he adapts his angling to maximise every opportunity
Then and now: Rig evolution
Big fish angler and co. owner of cult angling brand, Thinking Anglers, Ben Hamilton details how his rigs and way of thinking has evolved since he started carp fishing almost three decades ago
In this, the first of a new and exclusive diary series, Adam Penning reflects back over the past 12-months, revealing where he’s been fishing, what he’s been catching and what he’s learnt…
Terry Hearn's Rotary Letter Extension
On Tel’s agenda this month is: water temperatures, water quality and he’s kicking off with the-not-so-common common carp…
SSJ/Aperture Collective X Ology
The SSJ/Aperture Collective X Ology collaboration is a celebration to alternative angles in the carp scene and to show that there is more to carp photography than just a trophy shot and a token sunrise.
Fancy getting involved? Then just send over your image(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org and the best submissions will not only be featured on these pages in the spring, but you’ll also receive a limited edition SSJ/Aperture Collective X Ology Mug – something only skill can buy.
No bullsh*t, just good solid angling
Fishing on the intimidating and legendary Orient in France was always a childhood dream for Darrell Peck, and back in the autumn of 2015 he finally realised it. However, it took more willpower and mental mind control than he ever imagined possible…
A slice of history
Despite the short amount of time, Ben Stock has managed to rack up some truly incredible captures from the infamous Wraysbury North Lake. Here he looks back at a truly incredible year’s fishing, with some of the finest looking carp gracing his landing net
As the summer rolls on, the weather turns stormy, which as Alex found out, can only be a good thing for the fishing…
You can now download entire issues of CARPology to your iPhone and iPad – amaze!
You can flick through every page of your fave mag – in fact, the only difference between the print mag and our digital version is that all those stunning images we print each month will look even better thanks to that retina display on your iPad/iPhone! It also means you can keep your entire magazine collection on one device – result!
All you need to do is head to the Apple Newsstand and search CARPology Magazine to buy this month’s issue – and every issue going back to April 2011 (we’ve already downloaded every back issue!) You can zoom in, screen grab and savour every page, and you don’t even need head to your local newsagents in the cold to buy it – just download from anywhere… even whilst you’re on the bedchair!