Didn't manage to get a place for this years event? Don't worry, we have a special event just for you that's totally FREE. Join us on Saturday 5th October and meet all the Anglers taking part in the Fish Off including legends Ian Russell and Les Bowers. They will be happy to answer any questions and share a few tactics on how they plan to beat their rival teammates.
PB Products will be on hand to show you some of their new and current products. PB Products have been supporting us throughout 2019 and we are grateful for their ongoing support.
Jason Sandiford will be cooking up a storm with some fabulous food on sale.
We will also have a mega raffle on the bank where you get the chance to walk away with some incredible prizes for just £1.
Your support would be really appreciated so come and join in with the banter. It's going to be a relaxed and informal event that celebrates the positive side of carp fishing where we get to have a laugh. Just arrive when you want to, we will be there all day on Saturday.
We will be at Oxlease Lake, Linear Fisheries, B4449, Witney OX29 7QF. Follow our signs as you turn off the B4449, you cant miss us!
Dont forget to bring some change for our donation buckets for the MS Society.
Make sure you take a look at what's happening this year for the fish off... meet the anglers taking part and those people supporting us, plus lots more information on how YOU can be involved.
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It seems incredible to me and I'm in total denial about the situation but it seems that I've been angling now for some forty one years!!!. Obviously my initial years were the simplistic fishing that youth brings to so many children, stickle backs and perch from the 'forbidden' estate lake near our den building activities in the local area that quickly progressed to mild mannered competition between friends and the inevitable fights over ounces when it mattered and some how over the ensuing decades "oh my god DECADES!!" life has seen fit to assume that it would seem appropriate for angling to still be the best way for me to spend my free time.
Having fished for a number of decades, Mark Wozencroft has a passion for carp fishing having started out as a pleasure and match angler. A four-on, four-off full-time job allows him plenty of bank time, often through the week as well as weekends which suits his fishing perfectly. Mark has fished many lakes from busy day-tickets to low stocked pits and was once the holder of the Welsh record carp.
These days Mark focusses much of his time on the sought-after Farriers lake ran by The Carp Society where he frequently puts big carp on the bank. He’s a very technically-minded angler who has the ability to read a situation, change things for the better and really work a swim to its full potential.