SUB | Issue 4
*SOLD OUT - we are now officially sold out of volume IV
We're back! With a brand new format, a new style and something truly unique - carp fishing books like this just do not exist.
It has been 5 years since our last journal, and SUB 4 felt like a natural progression for us. With the meteoric rise of social media there has been an equally big rise in quality photography and every day we are blown away by shots on our feeds from all over the carp community. As inspiring and incredible as they are, we couldn't help but feel it was shame they are only seen for a split second on a tiny screen, before being lost to the ether of the internet, never to be seen again.
Images with the ability to communicate something extraordinary or tell a story within a single frame will always be a powerful vehicle for making us look at the world in a different way, or transporting us away from our daily grind. Images provide us with fire and the motivation, they inspire and create the drive to see similar sights and experience similar things ourselves, and as we consume more of them than ever before , we felt there was no better time to take a look at the very best of what was out there in the carp scene.
SUB 4 collects and collates the absolute best of what we could find from all over the European carp community, bringing together a wealth of incredibly imagery and words from the very best and sharpest shooters in the game, as well as plenty of guys you may well never have heard of.
From the tough UK circuit, to wild European vistas, it is a diverse cross section and celebration of everything we love about carp fishing - the scenery, the landscapes, the characters and of course the carp themselves. Big, lavish images and inspiring words makes it the perfect coffee table book, and a welcome break from the endless instagram scroll.
Hardback, 352 pages with a clothbound cover and inlaid image. Printed in the UK on a beautiful 150gsm sustainably sourced silk paper stock from FSC sources.
Oli Davies, Dan Yeomans, Key Wyatt, Dan Wildbore, Ole-Petter Henriksen, Willem Kwinten, Romain Blot, Hielke Meijer, Gareth Fareham, Ronan Crespin, Scott Karabowicz, Nick Helleur, Davy Claus, Alex Kobler, Christian Kessler, Maurice Samar, Jack Reid, Dan Kilgour, Si Hartop, Jorn Serre, James Frost, Tom Ter Weele, Christopher Paschmanns and many more