Maurice Ingham first rose to prominence after the publication of Drop Me a Line. In Woldale he tells of his days at Benniworth Haven (later known as Woldale). The magnificent lake provides a magical setting for perfect days spent fishing. The writing in this book, together with the author's drawings, capture the timeless quality of this special place. 'It is not about catching carp or how to catch carp. It is simply about a little jewel set in the Lincolnshire wolds where a few anglers were privileged to spend some time together. There is mention of eels, tench, and of Dick Walker, BB, Ken Taylor and others . . . seemingly unimportant trifles have been recorded. They are part of the history of early carp fishing . . . a very special book.' - Fred J. Taylor, Carpworld 'Surely the nicest book that has ever been written about carp fishing days.' - Tim Paisley, Carpworld
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