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FF&FT at the Game Fair

FF&FT will be present at the Game Fair, the three-day outdoor event being held over July 23-25 at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire.

On Saturday and Sunday, Editor, Mark Bowler will be on hand a stand J756, alongside GoFishing Worldwide in the Fishing Village, where he will be talking to visitors about the magazine and its trips and fly-fishing schools abroad, which over 2021 and into 2022 will be bonefishing in the Bahamas, and trout in Slovenia.

On the Friday, advertising manager, Pat Camber will be on the stand, and the subscription gift offered over the weekend will be FF&FT's new exclusive 'peacock eye' design neck-tube.

Also on the stand will be GoFishing Worldwide's Maggi Smit, Dave Grove and Tony Fox who will also be able answer any queries from anglers planning to escape the country and travel to fishing all over the globe.
Along with a surge of interest in fishing during the pandemic, there's a big fishing focus at this year's fair. This includes learning to Spey cast, a focus National Fishing Month, and it will also include a 'learn from the experts' slot, which includes FF&FT's Charles Jardine, who will also be demonstrating and giving talks.

At 'The Landing stage' fishing theatre talks and education slots will bring a succession of topics to debate: angling education, line re-cycling, the chalkstreams, angling entomology, antique tackle, angling and its affect on mental health and social depravation. Also book signings will be held there, and Veniard will be demonstrating fly tying.

Fly fishers will be able to pick up tips at the specially constructed casting pool which will aid the fly-casting demonstrations.

The Fishing Village will feature a host of retailers and manufacturers and all key angling associations, covering everything from trade bodies to coaching, disabled fishing to line recycling. Learn to fish sessions will also take place on the lake itself.

The show will feature stands representing all aspects of game and country, from shooting to falconry to gourmet eating, and includes a first-time viewing in 45 years of the film John Macnab, based on the John Buchan novel (£20 tickets, prior booking only) at an open air cinema.

BASC members get complimentary entry. Advance tickets (£20) at: https://thegamefairtickets.org/p/gamefair

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