The lake is now booked for next years 48 hour charity match, all we need now is the commitment from 22 dedicated anglers who wish to take part.
Its alright putting the lake is booked but where is it ? Well by popular demand we are having it again at the ever popular Carp Cups venue Newbridge lakes near Burstwick, Hull.
The date and times for this 48 hour event are as Follows:-
Initial costings will be in the region of £60.00 per person. This price will include a BBQ for two nights and a bacon butty to start the day off both mornings. That said please bring some grub for those snacks in between.
If you are serious about joining us we will be making alist of interested people so please message us on our facebook page HERE and we will put your name down. Please note your name on the list does not guarantee a place.
1 The organisers have absolute control and discretion over the competition, the rules and any amendments there to
2 Venues H&S to be adhered too. Special adherence to no drinking to excess. People considered to disregard this rule will be asked to leave and will forfeit any monies paid via the entry fee in way of a donation to the charity.
3 All competitors must be in possession of the relevant Environment Agency Rod Licence(s).
4 When caught anglers must text or ring us.
5 All caught fish to be kept in retainers.
6 All fish weights be verified via our scales and signed off via us,
7 Fish in retention must not exceed 45 minutes.
8 Keep Nets are not allowed.
9 Everyone to stay in their designated fishing area.
10 No bait boats, cameras or echo sounders to be used during the match
11 A maximum of 2 rods.
12 If any angler wishes to leave their peg for any reason they must reel their rods in and remove their baited hook from the water
13 The competition shall be decided on total weight with the angler having the greatest weight being declared the winner.
14. In the event of a tie the angler with the most fish will be declared the winner. If the result is still tied the angler catching the biggest fish will be declared the winner. If there is still a tied position then the “fastest fish” rule applies and the angler that landed the fish first will be declared the winner.
This page and the rules may be subject to change on the run up to the event.
Posted on 3rd Jul 2016 17:14:00 by FishingAdviser