MPRESS proudly presents - The Angling Encounter Of A Lifetime!
A truly exclusive gathering, where you will be able to meet the authors of some of the finest specialist angling books ever written, together with a unique opportunity to view the leading antiquities from the sport of fishing
Come and talk to the legendary John Wilson about his latest book, My Way.
Discuss Dace, the Prince of the Stream, with Mark Everard.
Mark Wintle will be there to talk about Big Roach.
Peter Rolfe and his Crock of Gold book.
Graham Marsden reveals all in his Angling Essays.
Collector’s Guide while displaying leather limited editions.
Other star attractions include -
- The launch of Terry 'Theo' Theobald’s eagerly awaited new book, A Year On The Water
- Unlimited priceless angling advice from the experienced star performers
- Free valuation for your vintage and antique items of fishing tackle
- Free gift and the opportunity to acquire a bargain in the angling auctions
- Direct access to much sought-after limited leather-bound editions
- Six authors together on the one day for book signing
The event provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to view what the definitive reference work describes as the supreme collectors’ reel - Ustonson’s Original Multiplying Winch circa 1760’s; in addition two magnificent rods dating back to the mid-1800’s and formerly the property of the 4th and 5th Earl Spencers’, whose family heritage covers a period of 500 years. Also on display will be possibly the only surviving example of a fascinating antique / vintage crank handled ‘Worm Charmer’ mechanical contraption, designed to attract worm bait to the surface of the ground
This remarkable event is planned for likeminded people to share unlimited knowledge, expertise and passion and the invitation is also extended to anyone who would like to become part of the fishing fraternity
ENTRY IS FREE – IT BEGINS 12 NOON ON SATURDAY 19th MAY 2012
The Lands End,
Lands End Lane
Reading Berkshire RG10 0UE
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