Over the years with his work on television, radio and print, Keith Arthur has established himself as angling’s No.1 media personality. Forthright and opinionated on all things fishing, Keith Arthur has been at the forefront of angling on television ever since presenting the first ever Fish’O’Mania grand final in 1994.
A resident expert on Sky Sports weekly angling programme ‘Tight Lines’ since 1995, he assumed the role of presenter in June 2003 and has gone from strength to strength as the series enters its 16th year in 2010.
In addition, Keith writes a weekly column in Angling Times and has been a regular on Talk Sport for many years where he presents the Saturday and Sunday morning show ‘Fisherman’s Blues’.
Originally from North London but having lived most of his adult life in Surrey, Keith first began match fishing in 1962 and over the years recorded many successes including the John Smiths and the Wychavon Championship.
Having spent many years in the fishing tackle industry, both retail and selling into the retail trade, Arthur first started writing about fishing in 1980. From 1990, he had a regular weekly column in the biggest selling weekly, the Angling Times, which still runs to this day.
Angling is still Britain’s most popular participation sport and Keith Arthur is the sport’s most recognisable face.
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