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A new competition for disabled anglers!

A new competition for disabled anglers launched in the East Midlands

 

A brand new competition for disabled anglers is being launched in the East Midlands. The inaugural East Midlands Disabled Angling Championships will be taking place on Thursday 22nd September at Rycroft Fishery, Derbyshire (DE74 2RE) on Moat Lake. 

The competition has been established in partnership with the Angling Trust to create more opportunities for disabled anglers to fish in competitions. The match will form part of an on going calendar of local matches for disabled anglers taking place at accessible fisheries.

The inaugural East Midlands Championships will follow a very basic set of rules which includes the use of natural baits only. A full set of the rules can be obtained from the organisers which have been established to keep costs for competitors at a minimum.

The draw will take place at 9.30am with the match running from 11-4pm.  Entry is £20 and with the East Midlands Regional Shield up for grabs, it’s a great opportunity fish for a fantastic prize.

Anglers of all abilities and experience are welcome to get involved so whether it is your first match for a long time or you are going out fishing regularly, why don’t you come along!

Places are limited and anyone interested in attending needs to book a place by Thursday 15th September. For more information and to book your place contact Rod on 07711281270 or James Roche at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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