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  • This Ustonson reel may be the most important one ever seen, believes author Graham Turner, because it confounds all that we believed about the birth of multiplying reels and the American influence on their development. Here, he explains why.
  • The boilie, once thought to have been the invention of British anglers, goes right back to the early 1900s and German fisherman, we reveal.
  • The Romans introduced carp to Britain 2000 years ago. Could fish from that original wild strain still exist? Nigel Hudson tells of his quest.
  • Pike anglers were stunned to read about a 63lb 14oz pike, 8lb above the record, from Poland. But predator experts have some doubts about the fish.
  • A huge largemouth bass breaks the world record. But it won’t beat a record that has stood for 77 years. Keith Elliott explains why.
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