offers its clients access to the most famous trout rivers in the world:
the spring fed chalk streams of Southern England that are fly fishing's
the website of lifestyle author and traditional angler Nigel
'Fennel' Hudson. Here you can purchase his acclaimed Fennel's
Journal publication, view and listen to his countryside broadcasts,
and find details of upcoming Priory events. An interview with
Edward Barder can be read in the Traditional Angling edition of his
The Medlar Press
publishes both classics of angling literature, and exceptional books from contemporary authors.
It also publishes the magazine Waterlog, described as the best fishing
magazine in the world, and to which Edward Barder has been a
Gresham Angling Society
of which Edward Barder is Secretary, offers its members fishing for wild trout
on eight miles of the chalk stream upper reaches of the rivers Loddon and
Lyde in unspoilt North Hampshire countryside.
A Bonefishing Journey
comes highly recommended as an insightful and entertaining new book on
this category of angling that is particular popular with fly fishers.
is the world's largest full-colour magazine on collecting
and using classic tackle, and the history of fishing! Top authors such
as Edward Barder write on rods, reels, fish and related subjects.
Andy Heathcote and Heike Bachelier
acclaimed film makers, turn their
camera on the history of Hardy's, but this film is much more than that.
A celebration of quality, the craftsman's hand and the essence of what
angling is all about; "The Lost World of Mr. Hardy" is a treasure for
any discerning fisherman. (Documentary Feature Film, 93 minutes.)
Caught By The River
is an online
'fishing and culture' magazine edited by Jeff Barrett, Andrew Walsh
and Robin Turner. It features regular contributions from John Andrews
and Dexter Petley, and irregular ones from, among many others, Chris Yates, Jon Savage, John Niven, Brian Case and Mathew Clayton.
are the UK's leading specialists in Aga and Rayburn
service and repair, and traditional heat storage cooker and boiler sales
and servicing. Nothing to do with fishing, but like the Edward Barder
Rod Company, offering superlative products and service.