NEW! The Toft Newton Vision Stillmaniac Classic 2021

So we promised you all some big news!

Saturday the 30th October 2021, whatever you’ve got planned, put it on hold cancel it or re arrange – The Toft Newton Vision Stillmaniac Classic is here!

As many of you will know we’ve spoke about hosting a big bank match for some time now and finally we feel the time is right to go ahead.

With big prizes at stake this is set to be THE bank competition to be at this year. The winner is set to walk away a minimum guaranteed £1000 richer for their efforts and a cash prize pot totaling  £3000 based on 60 entrants means anyone entering has a great chance of taking home some wonga!

There will be some tackle prizes up for grabs too, Vision Fly Fishing UK have agreed to be our primary sponsor for this event and have supplied tackle prizes to the value of £1644.89. this will be the most talked about fly fishing bank competition of 2021. We would like to say an enormous thankyou to Vision Fly Fishing Uk for their generosity with these amazing tackle prizes.

Toft provides a perfect setting for such an event and it’s amphitheatre type atmosphere and size lends itself to an exciting competition which could easily be won or lost right upto the last peg.

Numbers are strictly limited to 60 to allow each peg plenty of space – pegs will rotate at regular intervals throughout the competition – more news of this very soon.

This is also strictly a catch and release and BARBLESS event – we’ll be doing regular hook checks so now is a good time to get preparing – anglers found using barbed hooks will be immediately disqualified, no warnings, no second chances!

The cost of entry is £50 in advance, plus fishing fees of £20 which are payable on the day, please note that until we’ve taken payment for your entry fee your place will not be secured, ring early to avoid disappointment.

We’re taking bookings NOW! To book your place call Andy Hutson in the fishing lodge on 01673 878453.

Get entered folks, tickets won’t last long!

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