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  • Could this goonch really be a maneater? We look at the tales and try to learn more about India’s largest (and ugliest) freshwater fish.
  • Reels like these are being openly advertised online by Indian companies offering to duplicated classic marques. We investigate the trade.
  • Karl Whie is looking for a new home for his vast tackle collection – and he’s in a race against the clock.
  • Daytona seafront in Florida will offer readers the chance for sun, sea and a visit to one of the year’s biggest classic tackle shows.
  • A reel designed by Ettore Bugatti could be the most valuable item of modern tackle.
  • We tend to think of the bait-dropper as a modern device, but All Our Yesterdays uncovers one that was invented back in 1894.
  • This is the actual rod and reel on which Zane Grey caught a record blue marlin of 1040lb fromm Tahiti in 1931 – or was it?
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