The angling autobiography of Duncan Charman, one of the most successful all-round anglers in the UK today.
Featuring huge specimens of just about all of our freshwater species - from silver bream and pumpkinseed to barbel, carp, pike and many more with the occasional overseas adventure after Spanish catfish. A good read. "Duncan Charman's love of fishing started when at just five years old, he could winkle out two-inch rudd, one after another, from a local farm pond under the watchful eye of his father, Tony. Duncan began to test his angling prowess by fishing Oakhanger Angling Club's junior matches and soon became one to watch when dipping his hand in the peg bag. .Regular articles in the angling press and captures of record proportions gave way to the penning of articles, and with a big fish never far away, Duncan was never short of a word or two." Duncan is now bordering on being a full-time angler featuring regularly on television and internet angling programmes as well as writing monthly features for most of the UK's coarse angling magazines as well as one or two elsewhere in Europe. "Fishing was Duncan's first love and it will be his last."