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Bev Clifford encourages all anglers to take a female fishing for Women’s Sport Week
Carp-Talk owner Bev Clifford is once again encouraging all anglers to take a female fishing later this month as part of Women’s Sport Week. Following the success of last year’s campaign, in which hundreds of females ventured on to the bank to sample the delights of carp fishing, Bev is hoping even more will get out there between 19th and 25th June to give the sport a try.
So what better excuse than Women’s Sport Week to take your wife, girlfriend, mum, daughter, granddaughter, grandma, best friend, or even a lady you might like to impress, carp fishing and show them how brilliant our sport is!
During the week, let’s try to get more women on the bank, even if it’s only for a couple of hours. With a bit of help from you guys and gals we can get this out there and spread the message, so please share this post and then arrange to take a female fishing between 19th and 25th June.
Please email any catch pictures and details of your session to Bev at [email protected], as she will be doing a double-page spread promoting Women’s Sport Week in Carp-Talk magazine.