The Angling Trust National Fishing League
In a new grassroots, all-discipline points league, anglers can compete at national level with other competitors in a ‘virtual fishing league’ and can compare results with team mates and other club competitors around the country.
The Angling Trust report:
The National Fishing League runs from 03 August 2013 to 30 March 2014 and registration is open NOW, so get on board by following the simple steps below to register...
Information for Anglers - How to Fish in a League Competition:
The Angling Trust National Fishing League is free to enter for all individual anglers. Just click HERE and follow the prompts to register and obtain your Unique Participation Number.
Then, enter one of the National Fishing League competitions run at a registered club or fishery and begin collecting your National Fishing League points for the chance to become the Angling Trust County, Regional or National League Points Champion in your chosen discipline.
We'll send all registered entrants more info on the league competitions later but for now, make sure to register your place.
Information for Clubs and Fisheries - How to Host a League Competition:
Hosting a National Fishing League competition is a great way to encourage anglers to become part of your club fixtures or to enter your fishery competitions.
Host clubs and fisheries need to be Angling Trust members and should simply call the Trust's membership team on 0844 77 00 616 during weekday office hours and pay the one-off £25 registration fee to enter all their fixtures as points counting events.
Non-member clubs and fisheries who would like to host a competition can join the Angling Trust and then pay the registration fee by calling 0844 77 00 616.
You've got to be in it to win it so click HERE and become part of this great new league NOW.
The Angling Trust National Fishing League is brought to you in partnership with Sport England and the Angling Times.
By the Same Author
- England U18 World Championship Squad Announced
- Hydropower - Lune Scheme Approved Despite Fishery Harm
- Sale of Invasive Water Plants Now Banned
- Fishing with Emma - The Monster in the Pool: Part Four
- Angler’s Mail 22 April 2014
- Fishery Managers Add Salt to Their Talks
- Fishing with Emma - The Monster in the Pool: Part Three
- Angler’s Mail 08 April 2014
- Fishdeal.co.uk: A Daily Deal Site for Anglers!
- Take Someone Fishing for Free