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Angling Heritage Update
It's been a bit frantic of late at AH.  Our archivist, Keith has written a string of 5 articles in Angler's Mail about material in the archive which appear in the articles section of the webpage so watch for those.

Alec Martin, an old friend of Fred J Taylor donated his fishing vest complete with badges for the Hall of Fame in USA and the Manitoba Master Angler award - the first non-american to achieve this. We proudly displayed this at the booklaunch that took place on 4th August where Jeremy Wade gave his time to come to support AH at a booklaunch for his new title "How to think like a fish". He also gave a talk, showed one of his new "Dark Waters" films and signed books in a very relaxed atmosphere so his fans all had the opportunity for a one-to-one chat.  It was really interesting to see children captivated in his work too.  A great ambassador for the sport. There is a slideshow of photographs in the "photographs" section of the archive.

Finally, the journal has been sent out to all members so if you have yet to receive yours please let us know.

Posted: 07/08/2019
Mako Shark
Ian Harbage, who worked closely with David Turner sent us the "definitive" list of mako captures in the Uk plus three articles, all of which appear free on the archive section in memory of the shark fanatic David Turner who recently passed away.  I am sure once everyone scans it another may appear from somewhere, but a great piece of work and ideal for the archive of Angling Heritage
Posted: 15/07/2019
The Journal is ready
Well, the long overdue Angling Heritage Journal is now finished and ready to post.  Would any past members please get in touch as we need to confirm you address before shipping.  We thank you for your support in the past and hope you continue to support us going forward.
Posted: 01/07/2019
Here are the details of the Jeremy Wade visit to Great Torrington

Jeremy Wade in Great Torrington


Book signing and more


Jeremy Wade will be in Great Torrington, Devon, England on 4th August to sign his new book “How to Think Like a Fish” at the Plough Arts Centre. (Books will be available to purchase on the day)In addition, we will be screening one of his latest programmes Dark Waters.  


Jeremy will open with a short presentation at 10.30am before the book signing begins which will be until 12.30pm in the gallery at the Plough. The screening will be from 1.30 and there will be an opportunity for any questions and answers after the film finishes.


We look forward to seeing you on the day.  Tickets are available from the Plough for £5 per person to enjoy both sessions and guarantee your seat at the film. The Plough Tel No is (44) 01805 624624 Web details are  


 The event is organised by River Reads bookshop so please contact them if you require any further information, or would like to purchase a signed copy of Jeremy’s book and are unable to attend.

Posted: 28/06/2019