Nash Memoirs Of A Carp Fisher - The Demon Eye

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  • The new book from Kevin Nash
  • Memoirs of a Carp fisher... the demon eye!
  • A journey from the beginning of modern carp fishing
  • Warts and all insight into the life of Mr.Nash
  • Some of the finest Carp stories ever
  • Over 280 pages
  • Hardback
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£24.99
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Kevin Nash Memoirs of a Carp Fisher The Demon Eye Book Nash Tackle's Boss Kevin Nash has released his new book. Kevin Nash has launched his eagerly anticipated book Memoirs of a Carp Fisher The Demon Eye. The book takes the reader on a journey from the beginnings of modern carp fishing, some time in the early sixties when Kevin was only a child trying to catch a fish he knew little about. The book gives a warts and all insight into the life of Kevin Nash, the sex, drugs, and rock and roll, plus two murders and a drowning! Aside from Kevins life the book offers a wealth of information to help you catch, intertwined with plenty of humour and a few real eye-opening, white-knuckle moments thatll leave you wanting more and more. With over 280 pages awash with the finest carp stories ever, some of which are tantamount to carp fishing porn, this is a book everyone is sure to want. Kevin Nash Memoirs of a Carp Fisher The Demon Eye Book Rod Hutchinson Says: "An entertaining romp through the carp revolution of the 1970s/1980s - and beyond. Taking you through this journey is one of carp fishings brightest thinkers, an entrepreneur who helped establish carp fishing as the main stream business it is today. Refreshingly frank, and to the point at times, I found it a great read and Kevins enthusiasm for the sport still bubbles through the pages. I particularly liked the Harefield chapters thank god I was fishing in France by that time or I might have succumbed to the night life! Rod Hutchinson The Carp world has been waiting a long time for Kevin Nash to put his story down on paper, Memoirs of a Carp Fisher starts when Kev was just a kid and follows his journey through the pioneering years of carp fishing up to the 1990s, but the book is about more than just carp fishing. Kev talks frankly about his personal journey and how he went from having to make his own items of tackle as none were available to developing the most famous carp tackle brand in the world. This book is a fascinating account of carp fishing yesterday and those who shaped it into the sport we know today. Memoirs of a Carp Fisher is aspirational to youngsters, massively informative and packed full of Nashy humour, carp Books dont get any better than this. A must Read!

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