Tuesday, 19 July 2016 08:18

Northumberland County Blind Association fishing competition Fontburn Reservoir Friday 29 July


The Northumberland County Blind Association will be holding a 15th Anniversary charity cash prize fishing competition at Fontburn Reservoir on Friday, 29 July, 2016, in aid of NCBA.

Northumberland County Blind AssociationCash prizes for adults and tackle vouchers for juniors (the junior competition is for those aged 15 and under)

All entrants will receive a free golden raffle ticket to enter the draw for 10 days free fishing at Fontburn.

1st Prize £150
2nd Prize £100 and
heaviest fish Prize £50.

For juniors, there will be 1st Prize £50 tackle voucher, 2nd Prize £40 tackle voucher and heaviest fish prize £30 tackle voucher and Greg Robinson Memorial Trophy (if the heaviest fish is caught by the first or second place winners the next heaviest fish will win the prize).

Fishing lodge open from 7am. Entry fees and registration from 7am. Adults £23. Juniors £10.

Eight fish catch limit. Competition time 8am – 3pm. Normal fishery rules apply. Weigh in prize presentations and golden ticket draw from 3pm.

For further details contact the Ranger Team on 01669 621 368 or NCBA on 01670 514 316. 

Source: Northumberland County Blind Association

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