The World’s Finest Angling Magazine
Waterlog ran for 100 issues after it was founded in 1996 with the objective of providing good quality, sometimes eccentric stories in magazine format for anglers who enjoy the process of fishing as much, if not more than the catch. The magazine was published quarterly and its coverage, whilst maintaining stories of high literary quality and regular spoofs, included historical, political and environmental aspects of angling. The magazine was designed and edited by Jon and Rose Ward-Allen and printed in the UK. After issue 100, Waterlog 101 - a beautiful hardback book - was produced containing a new collection of the best of angling writing . . .
A heady mix of new articles, on game, sea, coarse, angling history and travel - along with wonderful photographs and illustrations. Waterlog 101 is beautifully printed, bound in the UK and limited to a single printing. Buy it here.
Waterlog, was published by the Medlar Press, the UK's leading angling publisher. Their fishing books include some of the great classics of angling literature as well many superb contemporary titles. Based in the beautiful countryside of north Shropshire, Medlar is proud to support the British printing industry. All Medlar books are designed, typeset and printed in the UK using high quality sustainable paper and inks. So whether you are looking for coarse, game or sea fishing books, books on barbel, pike, carp, trout, sea trout, salmon or all-round angling, you are in the right place. For our full list of titles, see our Bookshop page and for our latest news, sign up for our newsletter.
Medlar authors include: Norman Thelwell, Maurice Wiggin, Chris Yates, Arthur Ransome, Andrew Herd, BB, Fred Buller, W.H. Canaway, Jack Hargreaves, Bernard Venables, Mark Everard, Derek Mills, Clive Gammon, John Goddard, Charles Rangeley-Wilson, Malcolm Greenhalgh, James Hardy, Chris Newton, Maurice Ingham, Peter Wheat, Steve Ricketts, Peter Rolfe, Chris McCully, Barrie Rickards, Peter Gray, Chris Knowles, Chris Sandford, Bob Dales, A.E. Hobbs, John Knott, Phil Arnott, Tony Whieldon, Keith Harwood, David Stanley, Terry Lawton, Adrian Latimer, J.W. Martin and Harry Plunket Greene, amongst others.