Chevin. The Second Chub Study Group Book.
Number 453 of a limited edition of 700 copies.
Compiled by Steve Plumb, Edited by Steve Plumb and Bruce Vaughan. Published in 2010, this is a sought after book.
Description from dust cover: “The Chub Study Group was initially named the ‘National Chub Specimen Group’ in the sixties with origins in the East Midlands. The Group was reformed and renamed in 1972 by founder Tony Carter. Famous former presidents of the Group were initially, Dick Walker and then Peter Stone. The third president, Charles Landells, was a member of the original National Chub Specimen Group. The CSG is still the only specialist chub angling group in the UK. There are regular well-attended get-togethers on the rivers around the UK. Members record and report details of all chub captures over 4lb. At the end of 2009 the CSG has a unique record of the details of over 15,000 chub. Their experiences, articles, records and views are all recorded in the Group’s magazine called ‘Chevin’. In 1994 the Group’s first book ‘Chub’ was compiled by the Group’s Vice-president Graham Cornish. This included many of the best articles written by the CSG members. Sixteen years later, in 2010, it is time for the CSG to compile its second book.”