The author, Richard Rawlingson, visited Edward Barder and Colin Whitehouse at their workshop. Extracts from his article are provided below.
Don’t Judge A Brook By It’s Cover Chris Yates learns that big fish can lurk in the most unexpected places
FISHING LINES by Keith Elliott My first fishing rod cost in 10s 6d (52.5p in todays money). It was made of
Practical Magic Jon Berry Increased means and increased leisure are the two civilizers of men Benjamin Disraeli, speaking in Manchester,
A solid affair TOM FORT tells of a long and trusting relationship with an old fishing companion. DO YOU REMEMBER
POLES APART Bespoke cane rods are the ultimate object of desire for the fussy fisherman. DAVID PROFUMO meets a man keeping
As reported in the Angling Times and Anglers Mail, Steve landed his latest monster from the river Ouse this month
The Chris Yates Bishop carp rod can be seen in action throughout the latter half of the new fishing film
Staring at a freak of nature rendered beautiful by craftsmen Annalisa Barbieri “You must meet Edward Barder,” a friend suggested.