April 2017 (Issue 157)
Here’s an exclusive peek into how Gaz Fareham gets ready for the forthcoming spring, from how he marks down his spots to achieving the perfect gloopiness of his particles
Guest sessions with Mark Pitchers: Rosemere Syndicate, Cambridgeshire
Well, I’ve got to say, it feels great to be writing for the UK’s biggest carp mag! As I’m sure you’ve guessed by the title, this isn’t a typical “in session” style feature, instead I get to pry behind closed doors and visit some of the country’s leading syndicates, club waters and exclusive venues, and, hopefully, see first hand what they have to offer! To get the party started I thought I’d kick things off with an incredible venue which lies deep in the Cambridgeshire Fens and is home to some seriously big carp: Rosemere Syndicate.
The truth about...
A carp's sense of smell: It's impressive
In this exciting new mini-series, we join the consistent big fish man, Jim Wilson, taking a close look at how he stays adaptable in order to fish a variety of significantly differing venues with great consistency
Terry Hearn's Rotary Letter Extension
One of the greatest anglers of all-time answering the following: baiting to condition or to recognise; digital planning; liquids and glugs; and adjusting rigs to suit certain targets…
Q&A with Tom Maker
“I am like an alcoholic but with fishing. Combine that with my addiction for sports drinks and if you cut me open one half would be Simmos and the other would be orange Lucozade!” CARPology meets Tom Maker...
The Rotary Letter
Take three unbelievably brilliant anglers – those being Dave Ellyatt, Matt Eaton and Nigel Sharp – give them a subject to discuss (this month: spring observations), and this is what you get… Phenomenal!
The bleakness and toughness of winter has rolled on for months now and as a result very little has been caught, so this month Adam looks back at some of his highlights from the summer of 2016…
Living and breathing it
An exclusive insight into the mind and willpower of midland’s angler, Tom Stokes
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!