Free open day showcase
The Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association (NACA) is holding its annual open day event at Bawburgh Lakes Fishery on Sunday, June 5, 10am-4.30pm.
Entry, coaching and demonstrations are free, with plenty of parking for the public to enjoy watching and meeting experienced anglers, fish with qualified coaches and watch many demonstrations.
All juniors must be accompanied by an adult.
Demonstrations include: pike fishing with handling/welfare, lure fishing and trace making in conjunction with members of the Pike Anglers of Great Britain and Norwich Pike Anglers Club.
Carp fishing with Korda Carpfest team includes Dawia, Trakker, Delkim and Mainline Baits, pellet fishing, tench fishing, pole fishing, feeder fishing with Nick Larkin of Nisa feeders, fly fishing, pond dipping, guided bird watching, nest box making, rod building and bee keeping.
Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association, Norfolk Non-native Species Initiative, Environment Agency, County Angling Action Group (CAAG), Angling Trust, Harper Fine Angling Books, Wensum Valley Trust will all have display stands.
The Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association (NACA) holds its annual meeting on Tuesday, May 24, at Bawburgh village hall, 7 for 7.30pm. A licensed bar will be available.
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This will be followed by a talk from Norfolk angler and author Stephen Harper.