AT Loch Style Team Championships

The Angling Trust Loch Style Team Championships will take place on Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th June 2023 at Draycote Water. The six-person team event boasts a huge cash prize fund of up to £3,500 dependent on full participation.

There are no heats or regional eliminators, just a simple two-day competition with a fantastic prize fund up for grabs.

The competition is open to all clubs and match groups from the UK, Ireland and further afield but places are limited to a maximum 16 teams. These will be allocated on a first come first served when entries open in 2023. Angling Trust member clubs will benefit from a reduced entry fee.

The competition is fished to International Rules scored on a full catch, measure and release basis and the match will be regulated by boat stewards.

Entry fees for member and non-member clubs are all inclusive and will cover fishing permits, boat hire for two days and administrative costs. Individual membership is not a requirement to compete.

Angling Trust Member club fee: £600.00

Non-Member fee: £700.00

Angling Trust Club/Match Group membership starts at £67, and clubs can join at

Anglers aged 16 and 17 on the day of the match are eligible to take part if parental consent is provided. Where teams contain an angler under the age of 18 the team captain must contact Daniel Williams via email d[email protected] to provide the name of the angler(s) and a contact number/email of the angler’s parent/guardian.


Entries for this competition will open on Monday 16th January at 11.30am, and close on Sunday 11th June at 23.59pm. Entries are through the Angling Trust Booking system only at

For further information on this competition please email Competitions Development Manager Danny Williams at [email protected] or call 07854 240 368.



You can download a PDF of the rules at the bottom of this page.

Six anglers will form a team, each team will be split into two sub teams of three anglers.

The match will be fished to international rules and on a full catch, measure, and release basis. Boats must return to the jetty in time for the end of each session where score cards will be submitted to organisers. The combined team length in cm over two days will determine the overall result and winning team.

The match will consist of three 3-hour sessions each day. During each session, one angler from each sub team of three will act as a boat steward for another team while the fishing pair will fish together in the same boat with a boat steward from another team. Every angler must act as a boat steward for one session each day, each angler will fish for 6 hours each day and act as a boat steward for 3 hours.

Boats for practice must be paid for direct with the fishery and are not included in the competition entry fees.

Day 1
Session Times
Briefing: 08.00 held at Draycote
Session 1: 09.00-12.00
Session 2: 12.30-15.30
Session 3: 16.00-19.00

Day 2
Session Times
Session 1: 09.00-12.00
Session 2: 12.30-15.30
Session 3: 16.00-19.00

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Practice Boats

Boats for practice on Friday 23rd have been reserved at Draycote. Should you wish to book a boat please contact the fishing lodge direct. Boats for practice must be paid for direct with the fishery and are not included in the competition entry fees.

Please Note: To ensure all teams have access to boats for practice teams will be limited to 2 boats each.

To book contact Draycote Trout Fishery on:
01788 812 018 or [email protected]

24 June 2023 - 25 June 2023
Draycote Trout Fishery, CV23 8AB
Open to all

AT Loch Style Team Championships – 24th & 25th June 2023

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