Catching The Impossible
One of the greatest angling books ever published, Catching the Impossible is the story of an incredible quest to capture impossible-sized, record-shaking fish for the cameras. It was created by legendary BBC wildlife cameraman and ‘A Passion for Angling’ film-maker Hugh Miles, and stars Angling Times’s record-breaking columnist Martin Bowler and TV star Bernard Cribbins as the anglers on a journey into a world of massive fish.
Blessed with some of the finest photography ever seen in a fishing book, it takes the reader from childhood dreams to beautiful, British locations, amazing fish and wildlife, and captures the high and lows, the triumphs and disasters of targeting the country’s biggest fish.
First published in 2008 and featuring a whopping 362 full-colour pages, Catching the Impossible is as far away from a tactical fishing book as you can get and you won’t fail to become part of the incredible stories yourself. It also features a foreword by the legendary John Wilson and amazing illustrations from world-renowned wildlife artist Rodger McPhail.