As usual we have seven events to run, #5, #7, ST27, S55g, T38, T120 and accuracy, so it’s going to be a push to get everyone through if we get a big turn-out. Mike Heritage has promised to take charge of things on the day, but he’ll need the co-operation of the casters to be prepared for their turn and to offer to do some marking.
Mark will be leading the tuition on the day, joined by a number of other certified instructors. So if you fancy a tune up, prior to putting the rods away for the winter (assuming you’re not a grayling masochist) then this is a great opportunity. Actually I do more casting practice in the winter than the summer – thrashing a #5 about keeps me surprisingly warm.
Anyway, I’m looking forward to Brentwood and will see you there if you’re going.