Monday, 15 February 2010

EXCLUSIVE: PAC Convention venue revealed

All roads lead to a brand new venue in September for the biggest event of the predator fishing calender.

Eric Edwards, Mark Ackerley, Julian Chidgey and Ant Glascoe will be sharing the speakers' bill at the Pike Anglers Club of Great Britain's annual convention, at Kettering Conference Centre, on Saturday, September 25.

Convention organiser Colin Goodge said: "We've done our best to offer something for everyone, whether you're a seasoned pike angler or a newcomer to this exciting branch of our sport.
Four top predator fishermen, talking about their way of fishing plus great pictures of some great catches, a really exciting line up of speakers that cannot be seen together anywhere else, is surely not to be missed, plus a chance to ask them questions on that now famous Neville's Panel.

"As this year's organiser, I feel we have moved to yet another really exciting venue, the new Kettering Conference Centre, a really up to date centre, that boasts a 562-seater tiered theatre large trade area, bars, refreshments, free parking and to complement all that a lake, all this wonderfully situated alongside the A14 at junction 8, which links the A1, M1, in the heart of England just 55 minutes from St Pancras International and Eurostar.

"I feel that this year's convention could well prove to be a great day out for all those keen predator hunters one not to miss, so make a note in your diary for September 25, keep your eye on our website and in our magazine Pikelines."

Trade stands will have all the latest tackle for just about every form of pike fishing, from both
the big names and some of the smaller independents like rod and lure builders.

More on venue, directions etc here.

Ticket prices and other details of the day are still being finalised.

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1 comment:

  1. any pike in that lake at the convention !!! put me on a peg next to graham slater thats if he can get away from all that snow in scotland
    looks a good venune hope to be there