Angling Trust Position Statement on Team England travel to World & European Championships in 2021

The Angling Trust reports: The global pandemic resulted in most home nations and international championships being either cancelled or postponed during 2020 and while many restrictions are being eased in the UK, Covid-19 continues to have an impact on the ability for our national teams to travel and participate in this year’s World and European championships.

Having consulted with team managers recently, it became clear that some national teams have already taken the decision not to compete this year. However, a number have indicated their desire to compete in their respective events and we have worked tirelessly over the past few weeks to clarify the position on travel restrictions and Covid-19 insurance cover for group travel, to enable these teams to compete.

The government’s Elite Sports Exemption Policy enables professional, Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth athletes and teams to travel overseas to train and compete in international competitions. Unfortunately, angling does not qualify for this exemption and is therefore subject to the same travel restrictions faced by other amateur sports and UK citizens.

The government’s Foreign Office currently advise against all but essential travel to countries placed on the amber or red list and travelling to compete in an amateur sporting event is not considered essential. This means that as of today’s date, our national teams can only travel to compete in countries on the green list. In addition to the difficulties around travel restrictions, providing adequate travel insurance that includes Covid-19 cover is currently very problematic.

Throughout the pandemic and the When We Fish Again campaign, the Angling Trust has worked with the government to ensure that angling is viewed as part of the solution and not part of the problem and as the recognised Governing Body for Angling in England, maintaining the health and wellbeing of international team members on international duty is an absolute priority.

However, we must emphasise that we consider this a very fluid situation and remain committed to sending teams to compete in international competitions where government travel restrictions allow, appropriate travel insurance is available, and the host nation has adequate Covid-19 safety protocols in place.

Following an extremely positive, open and constructive consultation meeting held last night (June 14th) with national team managers from all disciplines, we have agreed to monitor the emerging international event calendar and work with individual managers to establish bespoke “go or no go” timelines for their events and to continue with our efforts to source appropriate travel insurance and monitor government travel restrictions to permit entry and travel.

Ultimately, when the criteria on travel and insurance can be satisfied, the Angling Trust will give each team the freedom to make its own decision on whether they wish to travel or not. Managers, coaches, anglers and support personnel must feel safe and comfortable with the situation.

Rob Hughes, Carp Team England Manager, said: “Obviously we really want to compete in the Ukraine this year, but we are very mindful of the challenges faced in a number of areas, especially those regarding travel and our and the host nation’s government regulations. It’s a time to be fluid, and if we can go, we will. If not, we’re happy to respect the decision of both the government and the Trust.”

Paul Page, of Team England Fly Fishing, said: “As soon as we are allowed to enter international championships this year, we have teams eager and ready to get back to competitive fly fishing.

Mark Downes, Team England Nations, Euros and U25 Manager, said: “Competing on the international circuit is massively important for the integrity of match fishing here in the UK. Sadly, in these difficult times, where international travel has been severely curtailed and many world events are in jeopardy, we must make sure that when the opportunity arises, we take every step to return to the international arena.

“Obviously, all events are governed by travel restrictions both to and from the host countries and we must always ensure that we do not break the host government’s or our government’s advice. However, the situation is extremely fluid and changes on a weekly basis, so as soon as the opportunity arises, we will be ready and prepared to move at a moment’s notice.”

Jamie Cook, Angling Trust CEO. said: “We all wish to see the return of international competitions and will continue to monitor the situation regarding travel and government restrictions and work closely with our team managers. We have worked extremely hard to ensure anglers adhere to government guidance and we were able to maintain both participation and competitions though lockdowns as a result. We must continue to act responsibly and when permitted, the Angling Trust will do all it can to support our teams to enable them to compete safely abroad in their quest for World and European medals.”

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AT TEFF Loch-style Fundraiser – Grafham Qualifier – Entry Fee reduced!

Sunday 6th June 2021 – Grafham Water

This event now has a reduced entry fee of £15. The total to pay will now be £49.65 with a reduced prize pot.

We need at least 30 entries to run this Qualifier.

Here is your direct link to the entry page:

https://anglingtrust.net/competitions/at-teff-loch-style-fundraiser-grafham-water-6th-june/

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AT TEFF Rivers Fundraiser Programme – Update

ALL THE BELOW WILL BE SUBJECT TO GOVERNMENT RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE AT THE TIME.

Due to the 2021 AT TEFF River Qualifiers and National Final being cancelled and the 2019 team rolling over to 2022, there will instead be a series of River Fundraisers held this year.

The proposal is to hold a series of individual River matches to raise funds for TEFF Teams and hence support financially all our team members going forward. The matches are proposed to be held on the rivers listed below. River venues will be confirmed as and when the tickets are made available for purchase.

Each Qualifying Event will have cash First Prize to a max value of £100 based on 16 Entrants, otherwise prize value will be pro rata depending upon the entry levels.

The National Final will have 3 cash prizes to a max value of; First Prize £300; Second Prize £200; and Third Prize £100, based on 64 Entrants overall, otherwise prize pot will be pro rata depending upon the overall entry level.

Prize money will be sent via BACS from the Angling Trust after the event – AT will be in touch the week following the event via email.

The top 8 from each of the 4 qualifying events will be eligible to go forward to the National Final. The maximum number of rods for each qualifying event is 24.

Matches will be fished to full international rules and AT TEFF River Qualifier scoring system. Measure, Catch & Release basis. Only in season fish 20cm and above will be eligible for measuring / scoring / awarding fish points.

Entrants will be split into 2 groups:

  • Morning Group – fishing am & controlling pm.
  • Afternoon Group – fishing pm & controlling am.

There is no requirement to be an AT member to enter these events.

Entry Fee: £35.00

Qualifiers

Sunday 16th May 2021 – River Dee, Llangollen (max rods 24)

Sunday 13th June 2021 – River Wear, Willington (max rods 24)

Sunday 27th June 2021 – River Ure, Wensley (max rods 24)

Tuesday 10th August 2021 – River Derwent, Chatsworth (max rods 24) TBC

There is no limit on the number of qualifiers that you can enter. 

Final (note new date)

Sunday 29th August 2021 – River Dee, Llangollen (max rods 32)

How to Enter

Go to the Angling Trust web site, click on ‘Competitions’, click on ‘BOOK TICKETS’, and select your desired event.

Follow the link below for entry into the Sunday 13th June River Wear fundraiser.

https://anglingtrust.net/competitions/at-teff-rivers-fundraiser-river-wear-willington-13th-june/

Note: We have 5 entries for our River Wear competition and need 3 more to make it viable. We have changed the cash prize structure so that both the morning and afternoon groups winners get £75 each. So with 8 entries that is a 1 in 4 chance.

We are hoping to use the Wear as a venue for next year’s Qualifiers and would like to test it out as a venue, so if you could possibly make the event on Sunday 13th June 2021 – River Wear, Willington we would be most grateful.

Booking pages for other events:

(Booking pages will be added as events become open for entry.)

River Ure, Wensley, Sunday 27th June 2021:

AT-TEFF Rivers Fundraiser – River Ure, Wensley – 27th June

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AT TEFF Rivers Fundraiser – River Dee, 16th May 2021

Sunday 16th May saw the start of the 2021 AT TEFF Rivers Fundraisers, held in lieu of the usual National Qualifiers & Final and set up to raise money towards Team England Fly Fishing. The first match was held on the River Dee at Llangollen with 10 entrants. All were fishing for a £75.00 prize for first place in either of the morning or afternoon sessions. With variable weather conditions the preceding week, the anglers’ talk was of tricky fishing conditions with not many trout gracing the nets. This played out in the competition with only 9 trout between 10 anglers.

In the morning session David Bradley took top honours with 2 fish of 30cm and 26cm, giving him the top spot with 106 points. The afternoon session’s top honours went to competition newcomer Richard Baxendale who caught 2 trout for 83 points.

Morning Session

David Bradley 2 fish 106 pts

Kevin Moran 2 fish 99 pts

James Rice 1 fish 50 pts

Simon Clarke Nil

Bernie Maher Nil

Afternoon Session

Richard Baxendale 2 fish 83 pts

Daniel Williams 1 fish 47 pts

Gavin Walsh 1 fish 41 pts

Keith McAdam Nil

Mark Tyndall Nil

The next event is on the River Wear at Willington on Sunday 13th June. You can book tickets here: https://anglingtrust.net/competitions/at-teff-rivers-fundraiser-river-wear-willington-13th-june/

The Angling Trust would like to thank everyone who supported the match & TEFF. Thank you to Peter Scholes for doing a wonderful job running his inaugural match, and to Paul Page in helping set up the Qualifiers.

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AT TEFF Loch-style Fundraiser National – Dates now amended

QUALIFIERS – NEW DATES

Sunday 6th June 2021 – Grafham Water (max rods 60)

Sunday 20th June 2021 – Blagdon Lake (max rods 36)

Sunday 12th September 2021 – Rutland (max rods 60)

Sunday 26th September 2021 – Draycote Water (max rods 60)

There is no limit on the number of qualifiers that you can enter. 

FINAL

Sunday 10th October 2021 – Draycote Water

ALL THE ABOVE WILL BE SUBJECT TO GOVERNMENT RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE AT THE TIME.

Due to the 2021 AT TEFF Loch Style National being cancelled, and the 2019 team rolling over to 2022, there will instead be a series of Loch Style Fundraisers held this year.

The proposal is to hold a series of individual loch-style matches to raise funds for TEFF, and hence support financially all our teams going forward. These matches will be held across the country at large reservoirs, as listed below.

Each event will have cash first, second and third prizes calculated, depending upon the entry levels but will be 30% of the entry fee broken down as follows: 50% first, 30% second and 20% third. Prize money will be sent via BACS from the Angling Trust after the event – AT will be in touch the week following the event via email.

Approximately 1 in 5 anglers from each event will also be eligible to fish a ‘Final’ later in the season, with the winner again receiving a cash first prize with cash for second and third places as above. The winner of the final will be awarded the title of ‘AT-TEFF Loch-Style Champion 2021’ and will also receive an inscribed silver salver. (Not ‘National Champion’ as that title is reserved for the official Qualifier and Final process for team places and will be fished for hopefully next year.)

To achieve this, we need your full help and support. This is an ideal time to introduce some of your non-competitive friends to the joys of competitive loch-style fishing.

RULES & FORMAT

Matches will be fished to full international rules on a full catch and release basis using debarbed or barbless flies throughout. Boobies and FABS will be allowed. No roly-poly retrieve. See full rules at bottom of this section.

First 3 fish will be time-recorded by your boat partner on a card, then the remaining fish are recorded on the same card, up to a maximum of 30 fish in total. No time bonus will be applied. The winner will be the angler who catches the most fish in the 8 hour match. Ties will be decided by the time of the first, second and third fish caught.

This process was ‘trialled’ at a fundraiser at Draycote in September 2020 and went very well. All Covid-19 rules were enforced and followed to ensure the safety of all competitors and officials and fishery staff.

There is no requirement to be an AT member to enter these events.

Please give these events your full support. This is the only income stream that TEFF has. All monies raised will be using to support the teams or provide cash prizes (after admin expenses for local organisers who often do not claim). If you qualify for one of the teams in future these funds may help you financially and you may even win a cash prize at one of the matches or the final. (Cash prizes will be sent by BACS after the event).

We look forward to seeing you all on the day.

HOW TO ENTER

Entries will open Thursday 1st April 2021 at 10.30am

Book here: www.anglingtrust.net/competitions

All match fishing times: 10am to 6pm. Sign in by 9.15am.

Entry cost is broken down as follows:

Entry Fee £35.00

Admin Fee £3.00

Fishing Fee varies – see individual qualifiers for cost.

AT TEFF Loch Style Fundraiser Rules : https://anglingtrust.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/AT-TEFF-Loch-Style-Fundraiser-Rules-v1.pdf

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5 Nations Fly Fishing Championship – Team Selection heats – Apply now!

Established in 2014, the 5 Nations Fly Fishing Championship (5NFFC) was formed to enable multiple teams from the UK and Europe to compete and gain experience in a FIPS-Mouche style format over boat, bank and river disciplines.

In order to improve participation by potential elite level flyfishers, both among experienced international participants and those at the start of their international career, it has been decided that the previous policy of selection by invitation should be dropped in favour of a programme of open competitive Team Selection heats.

Heats

The 5NFFC Team Selection heats will consist of 4 days, with 6 heats fished on 1 Boat, 1 Bank, and 1 River sector (maximum 24 anglers).

Entry Fee – £140 (non-refundable)

Draycote boat sector – 29th August 2021 – 2 scoring heats (am & pm) – full Catch & Release – Fishing Fee £50

Toft Newton bank sector – 14th November 2021 – 2 scoring heats (am & pm) – full Catch & Release – Fishing Fee £30

River Swale river sector – 11th & 12th June 2022 – 2 scoring heats over 2 days – Fishing Fee £20 per day = £40

NB: The heats will be fished to FIPS-Mouche Rules and scoring system. Rule modifications associated with fishery regulations will be published at the time of seeking entrants. No two competitors should fish/control together for more than one session over the six heats.

Eligibility

Not open to World or European Caps. Otherwise :-

Aged 30+: Must have a minimum of 1 cap in either River, Loch-style, or Bank Internationals within the last 10 years
plus have competed in a minimum of one other National Final (different from the discipline in which they have achieved a cap) within the last 10 years, or qualified to compete in a forthcoming National Final.

Aged under 30: Eligible if competed in 2 National Finals (either Loch & Bank, Bank & River or River & Loch) within the last 10 years, or have qualified to compete in a forthcoming National Final.

Competitors must be current paid up Angling Trust members at the time of fishing in any of the heats.

5NFFC Team

The team to represent England in the following 5NFFC team will comprise the top 3 from the Team Selection heats, plus the top individual under the age of 30. If there is already an individual under the age of 30 in the top 3, then the 4th in the overall heat placings will be the 4th team member of the 5NFFC team.

How to Enter

Complete the form below and return to Kirsty Marshall, Angling Trust, by midnight on 22nd May 2021

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TEFF Entry Fees only go to TEFF

There seems to be a general misconception that entry fees made by anglers entering TEFF events is being channelled to Angling Trust. TEFF can assure entrants that ALL monies raised through entry fees or fundraising events, be that Loch-style, Bank or Rivers, is ring-fenced for the use of TEFF and its teams.


TEFF’s only source of income is from entry fees and/or fundraising events. It is imperative for the continuing support of our teams that we attract as many entries as possible to our events. Please give them your full support.


Without the input from Angling Trust, it is unlikely that TEFF could function fully. They provide, free of charge, administrative support to us through their own staff.


It is imperative that this year’s fundraisers are fully supported, otherwise there will be very limited grants made available to any of our team members in future.


Comment has been received that anglers who usually fish the Loch-style Qualifiers are reluctant to enter the fundraisers because of the catch rules. The rules have been imposed because of the current Covid-19 restrictions on social gatherings. They ensure that contact between anglers is reduced to an absolute minimum.

Please bear with us whilst this pandemic is ongoing. Support the events, back TEFF, and help fund your teams going forward.

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Angling Trust: Fishing from March 29th – new Guidelines

Following the publication this week of the new Covid Regulations, which come into force from March 29th, the Angling Trust has published a new set of guidelines and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to help the angling community prepare for the new fishing opportunities that will be available from next week.

The guidelines follow on from the Angling Trust’s Fishing out of Lockdown submission on February 11th to the Cabinet Office making the case for a relaxation of travel restrictions and a return to all forms of angling including night fishing, charter boat angling and match fishing. It should be noted however, that there is no change to statutory close season for coarse fishing on rivers which remains in place from March 15th to June 15th inclusive.

The key changes are the return of both night fishing and match fishing, the ending of any statutory limits on travel (but with the advice to avoid ‘unnecessary travel’), and the opening up of private and charter boat fishing.

The FAQs are also available as a downloadable pdf and anglers are encouraged to keep a copy on their phones. They cover all relevant areas including:

Can we fish at night?

Yes, there are no time limits on outdoor recreation so you may fish into or through the night. This has been confirmed by the Cabinet Office. Campsites and holiday accommodation cannot open until April 12th but fishing from a bivvy is not prohibited under the regulations.

Can we fish matches?

Yes, match fishing (in sea and freshwater) to Covid secure guidelines is classified as an organised outdoor sport, and not subject to the gatherings limit, provided the relevant precautions required by the law are taken.

How far can we travel to go fishing?

There are no statutory limits on how far you can travel to go fishing. We are encouraged to avoid making unnecessary journeys or traveling more than is reasonably necessary to take part in our activity. However, traveling to the coast or to a river or lake is entirely permissible.

Angling clubs and fisheries are advised to consider opening up in a manner which limits any larger gatherings in car parks or outside the fishery in order to minimise the risk of infection transmission. As long as social distancing is maintained there are no legal limits on the numbers attending any fishery but sensible local management measures will be important. 

Angling Trust CEO Jamie Cook said:

“It’s been a long road and has taken a lot of hard work but we are delighted to see the return of all forms of angling from March 29th. Once again we must ask people to avoid fishing in crowded places where social distancing could be difficult and might give rise to concerns over public health. We must continue to fish responsibly and safely and remember that we have been extremely fortunate to be able to fish throughout this lockdown when other sports have been banned.”

Angling Trust Head of Policy Martin Salter added:

“All the recognised national governing bodies for sport are tasked with producing specific guidelines for their areas taking into account the regulations and accompanying Government guidance and advice. These latest angling guidelines have been drawn up following extensive dialogue with relevant Government departments and the Environment Agency to help anglers, fishery owners and managers to better understand what is permissible as the current lockdown regulations are lifted from March 29th. They have benefitted from senior legal input and are fully in line with both the latest regulations and FAQs issued by Sport England.“

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Angling Trust: Fishing in England from March 29th

After what has been described as “intense discussions with government officials” the Angling Trust is delighted to announce that we have confirmation that all forms of angling including night fishing, charter boat angling and match fishing will be able to resume from March 29th under new Covid guidance for the return of outdoor sports and recreation.

Angling Trust CEO Jamie Cook welcomed the news saying:

“Following our Fishing out of Lockdown submission to the Cabinet Office in February we have been pressing for the lifting of the restrictions placed upon angling through lockdown, in particular night fishing and match fishing, when the time is right.

“We made it clear to the Government that recreational fishing has provided a valuable lifeline for many thousands of people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds throughout this pandemic. It has been conducted safely and responsibly with strong Covid secure guidelines in place covering every aspect of our sport

“I’m pleased that the multiple benefits that angling delivers have again been acknowledged and that we can all look forward to a return to the angling opportunities we were able to enjoy last summer and autumn.”

In common with other outdoor sports, including golf,  the Angling Trust is publishing initial guidelines to help clubs and fisheries prepare for a full return for angling at the end of the month. These guidelines will be revised once the regulations are published but they include written confirmation from both the Cabinet Office and Defra. Further information will be published in due course on the Sport England website.

Angling Trust Head of Policy, Martin Salter added:

“The return of outdoor sports was fully expected from the 29th March but we had to make sure that the civil servants recognised that match fishing to the Angling Trust guidelines doesn’t constitute ‘a gathering’ and could resume safely.

“Night fishing was always going to be tricky ahead of the promised return of camping on April 12th but I’m pleased that the distinction with ‘fishing into or through the night’ has been recognised and that these anglers can now enjoy the Easter break. Likewise for sea anglers wanting to book a charter boat trip.”

Angling Trust statement on fishing in England from March 29th:

Following the Angling Trust’s February 11th submission to the Cabinet Office making the case for a relaxation of travel restrictions and a return to all forms of angling – including night fishing, charter boat angling and match fishing – we have been having intense discussions with government officials who are drawing up the new guidance for the return of outdoor sports and recreation for the next relaxation in the Covid restrictions due on March 29th.

The Angling Trust is pleased to announce the Cabinet Office and Defra have now confirmed to us the following from March 29th:

  • Fishing will remain permitted as outdoor recreation or exercise for up to 6 people, or in a larger group if everyone present is from the same two households.  A ‘household’ can include the support bubble linked to that household [if eligible].
  • Outdoor recreational activities and exercise may take place at night so you may fish into or through the night. There are no time limits on outdoor recreation. However, you may not go on holiday to go fishing or use fishing as a pretext for a camping trip as overnight stays for these purposes remain prohibited until April 12th (Step 2)
  • Match fishing will be enabled as an organised outdoor sport from March 29th. Organised outdoor sports will not be subject to the gatherings limits, but should be compliant with guidance issued by national governing bodies to ensure appropriate steps, including risk assessments, are taken to make it Covid secure in line with the law. At this stage, these gatherings must only include participants – not spectators.
  • Private boat fishing under the Rule of 6 and charter boats operating in accordance with Covid precautions should now both be allowed. However, where fishing takes place on a partially enclosed boat (eg with a cabin or lounge area) with the exception of the skipper, those outside the household support bubble must not go indoors (except for access to/use of the toilet).
  • The statutory stay at home restriction will be lifted but the guidance will encourage you to minimise travel outside of your local area. This means avoiding making unnecessary journeys, combining trips and avoiding travel at peak times where possible. People should avoid travelling further than is reasonably necessary to take part in, or during, their activity.
  • Tackle shops and other ‘non-essential retail’ can fully open at Step 2 (April 12th) but can continue to offer click/call and collect until this point. Fisheries offering self-contained accommodation such as campsites and holiday lets, where indoor facilities are not shared with other households, can also reopen at this time.
  • Throughout, anglers must also ensure they are in possession of a valid fishing licence, adhere to fisheries bylaws including the close season and have permission of the fishery owner.

Although the regulations are yet to be published we fully expect them to be in line with the above. A series of FAQs will be published as usual by Sport England in addition to any departmental guidance.

The Angling Trust will update its formal guidelines once we have seen the regulations and had the benefit of legal advice. In the meantime, and with this caveat, we advise angling clubs and fisheries to plan on this basis.

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2021 AT TEFF Elite Performance Programme (EPP)

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THE DATES & VENUES ANNOUNCED BELOW ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. COVID GUIDANCE WILL ULTIMATELY DRIVE WHETHER SOME OR ALL OF THESE EVENTS CAN GO AHEAD

Eligible anglers must declare their intention to join the programme by completing the following application form and returning it by midnight on Saturday 3rd April 2021 via email to kirsty.marshall@anglingtrust.net.

Anyone not adhering to the application deadline will not be considered for this year’s programme, all anglers must be a current member of the Angling Trust to participate. Join here:

www.anglingtrust.net/membership

Once the application date has closed the applications will be processed and an applicant rank created using the eligibility criteria defined in the 2021 EPP Fact Sheet. The top 16 anglers from the applicant rank will then be invited to book a ticket (EPP Entry fee £140) via the Angling Trust events booking system: www.anglingtrust.net/competitions/

We have been very fortunate to be able to secure some outstanding venues for this year’s EPP and would like to thank the fishery owners, committee members and season ticket holders for allowing us to use these venues. Please see below for the confirmed dates, venues & fishing fees for 2021.

Event 1

Venue: Garnfrwwd Park Trout Fishery (www.garnffrwdflyfishing.co.uk)

Date: 28th May 2021

Live Online Draw & Briefing: 25th May 2021

Hours: Fishing 08:30am > 17:45pm

Fishing Fee: £20 (payable to the Organiser by the 26th May 2021)

Practice Cut-off Date: 7th May 2021

Event Organiser: Terry Phillips

Event 2

Venue: River Ebbw (www.islwynanglers.com)

Date: 29th & 30th May 2021

Live Online Draw & Briefing: 25th May 2021

Hours: Fishing 08:30am > 18:30pm

Fishing Fee: £20 (payable to the Organiser by the 26th May 2021)

Practice Cut-off Date: 8th May 2021 (on the Match Beat)

Match Beat: From the Rugby Club at Tredegar Terrace Upstream

Event Organiser: Terry Phillips

Event 3

Venue: River Tees (www.raby.co.uk)

Date: 31st July & 1st August 2021

Hours: 7:30am Briefing (Fishing 08:30am > 18:30pm)

Fishing Fee: £20 (payable to the Organiser)

Practice Cut-off Date: 10th July 2021

Event Organiser: Scott Nellins

Event 4

Venue: Northern River (TBA)

Date: 11th & 12th September 2021

Hours: 7:30am Briefing (Fishing 08:30am > 18:30pm)

Fishing Fee: £20 > £40 (payable to the Organiser)

Practice Cut-off Date: 21st August 2021

Event Organiser: Howard Croston

The 2021 EPP Fact Sheet is available here:

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