17.04.12

This Saturday!

One of the finest day-ticket fisheries in the UK, Linear Fisheries, near Oxford, is holding an open day this Saturday, and Korda will be there! If you’re in the are (and perhaps even if you’re not!) we’d love to see you down on Brasenose Two. This one-day event will commence at 9am and finishes at 5pm, in between which times, you’ll be able to chat to some of the finest angling brains around, including our very own Darrell Peck, Jake Wildbore and Jon Mann.
Visit the Korda stand and you’ll find the lads selling our special-offer show packs and demonstrating the latest rigs and tackle. What’s more, we’ll have samples of the mysterious Goo for you to check out too! We’re running two competitions on the stand, the first of which is the spodding accuracy contest. Cast the spod into a bucket and you could take home a selection of our dedicated floater gear. Then we’ve got Jon Mann’s Jar Of Mystery! The person who most accurately guesses the number of boilies in the jar will win a selection of the show packs that we’re selling, worth approximately £100.
You’ll also be able to chat to staff from fisheries and aquaculture specialists, Sparsholt College and pick up the DVD Lifting The Lid, which was filmed on the Linear Complex by Korda-backed duo, Mark Bryant and Richard Farnan. The local mobile Police station will also be in attendance along with a company called Smartwater who produce a product that can chemically code your fishing tackle to help deter thieves.
Part of the event will also be aimed at raising money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association - there will be a tombola and raffle tickets on sale, with some brilliant prizes on offer. On the MNDA stand there will also be the opportunity to apply to fish in Linear’s "Fish with the Stars" charity event later in the year, with bookings being taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
All the stands will be located on the western side of Brasenose-Two and will require driving past anglers fishing on Hardwick/Smiths and Brasenose-One, please respect those anglers fishing by sticking to the speed limit and causing as little disturbance as possible. See you there!

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