WIN £100 OF
We're delighted to announce the launch of our new carp competition, sponsored and supported by Sticky Baits and Wessex Angling.
Entry is really easy - simply send us your carp fishing images with a short accompanying story and you'll be in with a shout of winning one of the three great prizes up for grabs.
£100 to spend on STICKY bait
£50 to spend on STICKY bait
£25 to spend on STICKY bait
The competition is open to all members, and is geared towards capturing those moments that inspire you to be on the bank. The entries can be anything from your Club water PB through to that misty morning sunrise, or anything in between. The competition is open to both seniors and juniors alike and entrants will just need to provide a few words to accompany the image. Judging won't be based on the size of the fish you've caught necessarily, more so on the image itself and the story behind it.
May we offer a huge thank you to both Sticky Baits and Wessex Angling. Without their support, this competition would not have been possible.
The competition is open now and will run until May 31st 2019, giving entrants the chance to capture Autumn, Winter and Spring. The winners will be chosen in June 2019 and will be invited to meet Club Officials, with Neil at Wessex Angling, to claim their prize.
Wessex now have a brand new Sticky Baits display stand with a comprehensive range of carp fishing bait available. Members are reminded to use their books to claim a discount of 10% off their purchases at Wessex.
How to enter:
For entries up to 10MB in size, simply email us email@example.com
For entries over 10MB in size, please use either Dropbox or WeTransfer, using the above email address.
The rules are simple too. The image just has to be from a club water and carp-orientated, with a brief story to accompany the image. That's it!
Best of luck to all entrants, we'll publish all entries as we receive them on the website.
For full details on how to join and the rates for 2018/19
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Wildlife images courtesy of Hugh Miles.