Here’s one from the archives, an old feature we found from Terry Hearn.
There was no sign of a 60-pounder on Britain’s Top 10 carp list 22 years ago.
If you wanted a few extra yards on your cast back in the 1990s, you needed a bit of this stuff.
Not many anglers have ripped apart the legendary Railway Lake in Kent, that’s for sure. However, one young lad who made the headlines more than 20 years ago was Lloyd Wheeler.
One of the earliest advertisers in Carp-Talk was the massive Midlands tackle shop Fosters of Birmingham.
We ran this Partridge advert back in issue 14 from way back in the summer of 1994.
The year 2008 saw the launch of the now legendary Nash Wideboy bedchair.
Take a closer look at the ins and outs of the legendary Delkim bite alarm, as featured in a Carp-Talk advert from the spring of 2008.
Almost 10 years ago in issue 713 we reported on the sad loss of one of the pioneers of the carp-fishing scene, the one and only Fred J Taylor.
Carp-Talk owner Bev Clifford and northern carping legend Brian Skoyles were amongst the volunteers at the latest Spring Into Fishing event on the Brough complex in East Yorkshire.
Kev Grout is without doubt one of the most successful carp match anglers ever.
Imagine waiting 45 years to catch a monster carp and then cocking up the photos!