The Angling Trust’s Get Fishing team will be at the Lure Angling World Championships, Rutland Water on 13th & 14th October giving you and all the family the chance to discover what fishing is all about.
Come and have a FREE coaching session, learn how to fish or brush up on your skills. With angling activities on offer designed to encourage adults, children and young people to discover to try fishing, you’ll find out how to use tackle and bait to catch fish and return them safely.
You’ll be given the chance to have a go at fly fishing, to master the art of a fly-cast as well as the challenge of trying to catch a trout.
The World Lure Angling Championships are happening on the day too – come and experience a world class fishing competition in full-swing. Home nation Lure Team England are competing against teams from Russia, Italy, America, Poland, South Africa and reigning World Champions Romania – an exciting day is on the cards!
You’ll be able to to try your hand at “lure fishing” like the World Teams and see how artificial fish can be used to tempt pike, perch and zander. Because everything is free to try, and you don’t need to bring any equipment it’s an easy day out for families to learn to fish together.
James Roche, Partnership Development Manager for the Angling Trust said: “This is a fantastic quality assured opportunity to get into fishing. Rutland Water is one of the best fisheries in the country and there couldn’t be a better place to come and catch a fish.”
For more info and updates on the event visit https://worldlurechamps.co.uk/
Join us on Saturday, register now – www.eventbrite.com/e/lets-go-family-fishing-at-the-world-lure-championships-tickets-50280066031
Join us on Sunday, register now – www.eventbrite.com/e/lets-go-family-fishing-at-the-world-lure-championships-tickets-50280845362
About “Get Fishing”
The Get Fishing campaign is run by the Angling Trust to increase the number of people being introduced to angling across England. Anyone interested in going fishing can find events at www.getfishing.org.uk. The events are for all participants regardless of gender, age, fitness or previous angling experience. They are funded from fishing licence sales by the Environment Agency.