What’s in the March issue of Match Fishing?



What’s in the March issue of Match Fishing?

Match News
All the latest news from the wonderful world of match fishing.

Game On!
We pit Fulham FC footballer Jimmy Bullard head to head against Daiwa Dorking’s Ben Leach in a match at Coleman’s Cottage.  

Match Q&A
Our experts answer your match fishing questions – and two lucky readers win fantastic Fox Match tackle prizes!

Like Father, Like Son…
We join northwest star Jimmy Hines and his son Richard at Lancashire’s Bradshaw Hall.

Bones On Carp
Dynamite Baits’ man Alex Bones reveals more of his methods to help you catch bigger weights. 

Shakespeare Avon Championship
The second Shakespeare backed six match league series attracted some of the very best river anglers in the country. And the result went right down to the wire!
 
Star Profile
New Shakespeare captain Mick Hatchard answers our questions.

Winning Rigs
Ian Hughes, Rob Middleton and Ian Crossman disclose their recent match-winning approaches.

Darren Cox – In Depth
Bloodworm and F1’s are on the agenda this month. 

Tackle Box
Six pages crammed with the latest mouth-watering gear. Plus our very handy tackle directory.

Up Close 1
Shimano 16m Aspire AX Competition Pole

Up Close 2
Sensas 664 Power Match Pole 

Up Close 3
MAP 16m Definition Pole

Daiwa Competition
Fancy getting your hands on a shiny new Tournament Pro rod? We’ve got four to give away!

Broadcasting
Speci tactics are coming more and more to the fore in match fishing. Keith Arthur has been experimenting with his rigs recently…to very good effect!  
 
The Bread Man
Alan Robinson is a man who wins loads of money on breadpunch. We reveal just how he does it!

Looking Back…
We journey back in time to March 1997 to find out just what was happening then.  

Chasing The Dream
The final installment – Keith Austin’s Browning Wickford squad continues its quest to try and overcome the mighty Essex County. 

Thinking Out Loud
Will Raison takes an in-depth look at bloodworm and joker – and the groundbaits and leams required in order to get the best results. 

Silly Stuff!
Check out our latest lovely reader’s wife – Sian Ashby from Derby. Scary or what!

The Scone Zone
Which anglers are the best…those from the north or those from the south? Scone reckons he’s got the answers!

End Peg
Can Jon Arthur bounce back after five terrible matches on the trot? 

ON SALE NOW!

For the latest subscription offer a
CLICK HERE

share this Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Pin on PinterestShare on LinkedInEmail this to someone