Take a look at that cover Ė what a carp and what a capture!
Itís actually a fish that is on my own hit list, having had a ticket for a few seasons, but as ridiculous as it sounds Iím yet to wet a line for it! With limited time for my own fishing, itís hard to start another campaign when I still have unfinished business, but Tomís story has certainly started that fire burning strong!
This issue sees a turnaround in a few features too as some of our pros move in a new direction. Dave Laneís Diary returns and with a number of tickets in his possession, we are expecting some exciting fishing Ė for now, though, itís a catch-up on whatís happened from then until now. Ian Chillcott also makes a return to our pages with his Reflections of Success. Another great angler and importantly a great storyteller too, so weíre sure this series will be an invigorating read.
Thereís loads of great content in this issue, as you regular readers would of course expect! We follow Alan Blair on his London Road Trip, join Mark Pitchers in session at Q-Lake, challenge Russell Webb to 48 hours on Elsons and see how Luke Vallory approaches a very weedy Sandhurst Lake. On top of all this Ian Russell heads to Kent and manages one of the biggest commons in the lake on his 24-hour Troubleshooter tuition!
Thatís just the LIVE features and thereís lots more in-depth technical know-how and latest gear on offer too, including a FREE 24-page supplement, showcasing the latest tackle that is soon to be available from the genius team at Gemini Carp Tackle!
So without further ado, I sincerely hope you enjoy the September issue of Total Carp!