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Founded in 1994, the Medlar Press is the UK's leading angling publisher. Our 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, all Medlar books are designed, typeset and printed in the UK using high quality sustainable paper and inks. Whether you are looking for coarse, game, fly or sea fishing books, books on barbel fishing, pike fishing, carp fishing, trout, sea trout or salmon fishing, or all-round angling, you are in the right place.

Classic Angling Books

To celebrate 25 years of publishing we have updated and rebound many of our angling classics -
and most of them are now in stock. Remember - you can reserve a copy of any forthcoming
title online and we'll get back to you as soon as it's available.

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SPRING 2020 UPDATE

We wish all our customers well in these trying times, and trust you had a good winter break. Despite the second wave of Covid hitting the UK hard at the moment we are still open, and you can make orders as usual for Medlar books. Royal Mail deliveries in the UK are currently operating as normal, but overseas postage is still subject to delay and increased charges and we have had to amend our rates to reflect this. Further details can be found on our Ordering page.

Medlar authors include: Norman Thelwell, Maurice Wiggin, Chris Yates, Arthur Ransome, John Essex, Andrew Herd, BB, Fred Buller, W.H. Canaway, Jack Hargreaves, Bernard Venables, Mark Everard, Derek Mills, Clive Gammon, John Goddard, Patrick Chalmers, Dave Tipping, Charles Rangeley-Wilson, John Langridge, Mike Ladle, Maurice Wiggin, David Rigden, Malcolm Greenhalgh, James Hardy, Alfred Jardine, Chris Newton, Maurice Ingham, Peter Wheat, John Waller Hills, Francis Walbran, Steve Ricketts, Peter Rolfe, Chris McCully, Barrie Rickards, Peter Gray, Chris Knowles, Pete McParlin, 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.