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  • Dendy Sadler is one of the most popular Victorian artists. On the eve of a new book on angling in British art, we look at some of Sadler’s most famous works – his fishing monks.
  • Buying this reel could really hurt your wallet – because it’s fake. Top collector Roger Still tells you what to look for, to make sure you don’t get duped.
  • A famous river crossing on the river Dove, mentioned in Walton’s The Compleat Angler has falled victim to the health and safety brigade.
  • Anglers with an interest in Mitchell reels have been warned to be on the lookout for fake first-version 300s.
  • A court ruling could threaten all mahseer fishing in India and put the fate of the endangered fish in jeopardy. We try to unravel what it means for anglers planning to fish there.
  • Top guitarist Paul Brett, a keen angler, has made a DVD about the life and times of Izaak Walton, author of The Compleat Angler.
  • This year marks the centenary of a fierce competition between two of the top US luremakers.
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