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Tel Tales

Tel Tales
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Compiled and edited by Mick Cutler
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Big fish man Terry Glebioska was a real character whose exploits in the angling world have never before been documented until now.  Amongst many things about him are :-

British Carp record holder, taking it away from Wraysbury by catching Two Tone from Conningbrook,  and thereby popularising overnight the new fake baits.

Yateley, where he effectively established the carp stock on the complex that have since become historic in the annals of angling, including the infamous Tri-Lakes capture.

Like the legacy he left at Yateley, there is also another one quietly flourishing down in Kent!

Pike well in excess of 100 landed over 20lb, including 30’s, from the UK and Ireland

Big fish but bigger laughs throughout his angling career, and the humour is illustrated by superb watercolour caricatures from Pete Curtis.  

Renowned raconteur who now has tales told about him by the contributors below, with many incredible fish and more records than you can throw a stick at!

100's of previously un-published pictures will be included in this book, as well as featuring contributions from anglers of the carp, pike and specimen world.


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