Three-Fly Challenge in aid of the WTT

Date: 
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Location: 
Meon Springs, East Meon, Hampshire

The Three Fly Challenge is a fun fishing day at the Meon Springs fishery  - a really beautiful setting in the South Downs National Park. Funds raised go the WTT's Pasco James fund and the winner receives a Sage rod. 

The Three-Fly Challenge will test your skills and catching ability as you can only use three flies (one at a time) and these will be provided on the day: Kites Imperial dry (3 points per fish); Black buzzer (2 points per fish); GRHE nymph (1 point per fish). Points will be awarded according to the fly used and the weight of the fish, e.g. a 3lb fish caught with dry Kites Imperial would score 9 points (3 points x 3lb = 9). The angler with the highest number of points wins a new Sage X 9ft, 5-wt rod ( worth £838),and there are many other runners-up prizes. A raffle and auction will be held at lunchtime.

Tickets cost £90 including breakfast, cooked lunch, a 4-fish ticket and flies with all monies raised going into WTT’s Pasco James fund. Applications with a cheque for £90 made payable to The Wild Trout Trust should be sent to: Neil Mundy, Pine View, Forest Road, Denmead, Hants PO7 6UA. For further information, email: ncmundy@hotmail.co.uk or tel: 023 9225 4886 / 07964 379988.