Practical Fishkeeping Magazine March 2021


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Issue Number:
132
On Sale:
17/02/2021
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If nothing else, I’ve managed to get quite a bit of reading done already this year, and I would guess that if you’ve been stuck indoors like I have, then you’ve probably devoured a fair few pages too. With that in mind, this issue is very ‘reader heavy’ with not just two in-depth book reviews, but also a feature on the top 20 best ever fish books as advised by a lifelong collector.

On Sale: 17/02/2021

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If nothing else, I’ve managed to get quite a bit of reading done already this year, and I would guess that if you’ve been stuck indoors like I have, then you’ve probably devoured a fair few pages too. With that in mind, this issue is very ‘reader heavy’ with not just two in-depth book reviews, but also a feature on the top 20 best ever fish books as advised by a lifelong collector. Even better, I personally know of a few authors who have turned the curse of lockdown into an opportunity, and are scribing away at even more publications to release this year. For those of us who enjoy leafing through literature, there may yet be something good to come out of 2021.

Speaking of which, you may have noticed several new writers appearing over the last few issues. This is a trend I’m enjoying, fresh input from fresh faces, and I want to remind you all that my inbox is always wide open to suggestions if you fancy yourself as a fishy journalist.

Nathan Hill, Editor

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