Want to start fishing again? Come to our next free “Get Back Into Predator Angling” session with respected lure fishing expert Sam Edmonds on February 25th. You might recognise Sam from the covers of the angling mags and you can be certain you’re getting expert advice from this renowned ex-Team England International angler!
We just heard from Sam about his last session. He told us “Despite the sleet and freezing cold wind, we had a great afternoon at Rib Valley Angling for our latest Get Back Into Lure Angling session. Not only did John Sturrock catch his first ever pike, he managed to land three up to 9lb 7oz, and Mick Burley caught his biggest drop-shot caught perch. Here are some pictures.”
John Sturrock, pictured with pike said “I can thoroughly recommend these sessions. Sam is a knowledgeable and patient teacher, and I was fortunate to receive one to one training from him during the afternoon. Great care was taken in looking after the fish, which is important not only for the fish, but for my enjoyment of the fishing. It was a pleasure to learn not only how to catch, but also how to handle pike. Thanks to Sam, Gary and Jonathan for a great day.“
Come along to the next Get Back Into Predator Angling on February 25 at Rib Valley Lake, Hertfordshire, and get info on the right tackle, your local venues and fish handling techniques so you are ready to start fishing again!
Contact for bookings:
07548 737 624
Notes: The session is funded by the Environment Agency from rod licence sales and is part of a project to get thousands of people fishing each year. The Environment Agency funds the Angling Trust to provide more opportunities for people to go fishing and encourage sales of rod licences. Money from rod licence sales is spent on improving angling habitat and infrastructure through projects like the Angling Improvement Fund. www.gov.uk/government/organisations/environment-agency
Get Hooked on Fishing is a registered charity which provides positive opportunities for young people and communities. It delivers fun and interactive training through angling to give participants more confidence and demonstrate that there are alternative pathways and better opportunities available to them. www.ghof.org.uk