Mayfly On The Test

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Be one of six lucky bidders to join our Mayfly On The Test event at the legendary Orvis Kimbridge Beat.

Generously donated by Orvis as part of their ongoing support of our Anglers Against Pollution campaign, this event on Monday 20th May 2024 promises to be spectacular.

Angling Trust Ambassador and fly fishing legend Charles Jardine will be joining you on the day to help guide and advise.  He has also generously donated a box of his renowned mayflies for each of our six lucky winners.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided at the Kimbridge Beat Hut and each winning bidder will receive an amazing goody bag to commemorate the event.  The day will also include a demonstration of invertebrate sampling and our Water Quality Monitoring Network test kit by Kris Kent our Campaigns & Advocacy Manager.
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Mayfly On The Test
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