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Coarse Angling Today Magazine

***All good things…***

It may have come to some people’s attention that unfortunately the November issue of Coarse Angling Today will be our very last. There are a number of contributing factors, but sadly it is no longer financially viable to keep the magazine going.

Thanks to all the readers, contributors and advertisers who have supported the magazine during its 14-year existence, and apologies to anyone who looked forward to their monthly read.

It has been a fun ride, but unfortunately all good things must come to an end.

We are offering readers with paid subscriptions to Coarse Angling Today the following three options:

  • Credit at Gifts4Anglers for the value of the remaining issues on their subscription.
  • Full refund for the remaining issues on their subscription.
  • Transfer remaining issues of their subscription for a subscription to Pike & Predators magazine.
  • Please call 01430 440624 during office hours to arrange one of the above options.

    Coarse Angling Today broke the mould for coarse fishing magazines in the UK when it launched in 2001. Prior to the advent of Coarse Angling Today all magazines for the coarse fisherman wanting to improve their fishing techniques had become almost dominated by a total coverage of carp fishing. However, we realised that a more distinctive and specialised approach to coarse fishing magazines was required. An approach which gave total prominence to fishing for coarse fish species like barbel, tench, roach, bream, grayling and more. Our competitors have struggled to catch up ever since as we show them that not every coarse angler is only interested in carp, and that the modern coarse fisherman is just as likely to target other species.

    Learn the skills of the UK’s experts as they go in search of a mixture of species and keep abreast of the news from within the trade. You can even get your hands on the latest products through our regular competitions, including our highly respected Where’s the Catch? and Junior Angling Stars competitions.

    If you want to catch the biggest specimens in your lake and be much more consistent with your results, then this mag is for you!