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NorthWestCarp.co.uk is the UK’s largest website dedicated to specimen carp fishing in and around the north west of England, currently receiving in the region of five thousand visitors a day. The original ‘Northern Monkeys’ website started life in 2002 as compilation of humorous news stories and articles following the exploits of a group of Stoke based anglers as they fished waters throughout the north west and further a field. Traffic built as word spread and within just a few months the site was receiving hundreds of visitors every week!
It quickly became apparent there was huge demand for an up to date regional website catering specifically for the needs of carp anglers in the north west. There were of course many carp fishing websites on the Internet, but few catered specifically for the north west, and the odd one or two that did were pretty amateur with woefully out of date material, which often only served to leave the visiting angler looking for information more confused than when they first visited!
Our ethos at Northern Monkeys was to reverse that trend. Fast forward six years; with three site rebuilds, two forum rebuilds, countless server switches and one name change, and here we are! Northwestcarp.co.uk now rivals many of the longest established carp fishing websites on the net and continues to grow both in terms of traffic, membership and quality content every day.
2010 saw the latest evolution of the site unveiled to cope with our ever increasing visitor numbers, yet the original ethos remains exactly the same; to provide up-to-date information and news for anglers fishing carp waters throughout the north west of England.
Over the last six years we’ve amassed a substantial archive of articles, help files, databases and forum content, so whatever the water, if it’s in the north west – or anywhere else for that matter – the chances are, we’ve got information on it!
We hope you enjoy your time on Northwestcarp.co.uk, and if you have any questions, queries or comments on how we can better serve visiting anglers, please don’t hesitate in contacting us, we’d love to hear from you.
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