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The book that the whole carp world has been waiting for is just one way to describe Just For The Record The Quest for Two-Tone by Lee Jackson. Although Lee has contributed to many other books and magazines in the past and also produced ‘Carp Clinic’ in 2001, this is Lee’s first ‘proper’ carp fishing book. Not only is it a book that documents the rise of the British Record venue Conningbrook, but it’s also a book about the anglers who have tackled this venue since it first came to light.
‘Just For The Record’ follows Lee’s own personal story as he sets about conquering the ‘Brook’ as it is referred to, and follows his seven-year campaign, ending in the capture of ‘Two-Tone’... Conningbrook’s biggest resident and a new British Record. It’s a story of blood, sweat and tears and a journey into the mind of one of Britain’s best loved and most respected carp anglers.
There are some 28 chapters in total, plus many never before published pictures. Besides Lee’s own personal story there are several guest chapters, written by some of the biggest names in carp fishing. The likes of Paul Forward, Lee Watson, Rod Killick, Ian Brown, Pete Regan and Simon Bater, plus several others tell their own stories about this incredible venue and the carp that swim there... making this ‘the book’ to read this coming year.
Review by Mike on Wednesday 27th February 2013
I have just finished reading this and thought it was a great book. Quite amusing in places and a real insight into the goings on at 'The Brook'
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