Get Fishing is the Angling Trust’s campaign to get more people fishing more often. Each year we run hundreds of events for all ages and abilities. They are funded by the Environment Agency from fishing licence income
Date announced for Loch Style Team Championship 2021
The Angling Trust has announced the Loch Style Team Championship 2021 will be held at Draycote Water on the weekend of 24th & 25th July.
A maximum of 16 places will be available for teams from the UK and abroad to compete in the popular two-day competition fished to international rules. Angling Trust member clubs and match groups receive a £100 discount on their entry fee at just £550, while non-member clubs are also welcome with the entry fee at £650. All match day fishing fees and boat hire fees are included in the entry fee.
The Loch Style Team Championship boasts to have the biggest cash prize fund for a fly-fishing competition in the UK. The Angling Trust expect the minimum amount on offer to be £3,850 but could rise to £5,000 subject to the number of teams that enter the competition.
The competition has been added to the match calendar following recent easing of the government’s covid restrictions and consultation with the captains of those teams who have fished the competition in previous years. The Angling Trust will have additional safety protocols in place to ensure the competition is compliant with Covid-19 best practice guidelines, further information can be found HERE.
Entries are open from 30th June at 10:30am and will close on 18th July at 23:59pm. For more information and to book your place CLICK HERE.
You can also contact Daniel Williams, the Angling Trust’s Competition Development Manager, for further information on 07854 240 368 or email at [email protected]
Chris Bobby, Captain of Greenwell Persuaders said:
“We all really enjoyed the last AT Loch-Style Championship two years ago at Draycote. It is the most dynamic reservoir-based event as after each 3-hour session you meet up and share info with your team. Each day you fish two sessions with one of your teammates and in the other session you are a boatman and so get the chance to see what other teams are doing. Draycote has been fishing really well recently and I am looking forward to some great top of the water sport.”
Daniel Williams said:
“It was so reassuring speaking with prospective team captains and competitors as we began rearranging the date for this event. Everyone is so enthusiastic to get back out on the water, it has been a pleasure listening to many recollections as to why so many competitors love this event.
“We have had to scale back a little as part of our duty of care to competitors and prerequisite of keeping everything within Covid-19 guidelines. However, we are now fully up and running with the event, so good luck and tight lines to all who compete.”
You can watch the On The Bank episode of the Loch Style Team Championships 2018 held at Eyebrook below: