This year things could be a little different as we still intend to run an accuracy competition but will need to ensure we clean down the rod in between each caster. Tickets to the Show are only available on-line and there will be a one-way system for people to flow through the grounds. We will be located in between the entrance and exit, so hopefully this may result inmore people coming along to the fishing area. We won’t be providing instruction, but there will be others doing that. So if you are going, pop in and have a cast.
Also this week I started preparing to organise a couple of BFCC Meetings in two of our usual venues, Essex and Shropshire, however with the latest increase in Covidrestrictions, this is now not a possibility. If I want to run a meeting, at the moment, I could only organise one in Wales, but things could change at any point, so it will be better to leave things till next year. Pity as I would have loved to catch up with everyone and see how much my casting practice has paid off in the competitions. Being as James won the overall event at the only Meeting we held this year (Devon in March), he was in prime place for winning the BFCC Championship for 2020; though I have had to sadly inform him that the championship is null and void as competitors need to have attended at least two meetings. :)