THE SALMON & TROUT ASSOCIATION AT THE CLA GAME FAIR, BLENHEIM PALACE, WOODSTOCK 22 – 24 JULY

The Salmon & Trout Association’s CLA Game Fair tent is always a popular meeting point for fly fishers. In addition to the members’ hospitality area, offering catering through the day and a bar, the S&TA will, as usual, be co-ordinating casting lessons, given by GAIA-qualified instructors, running the casting competitions from the lake platforms and, in the tent area itself, is joined by the Riverfly Partnership and Fulling Mill, the leading supplier of fishing flies and other tackle, and which is offering special CLA Game Fair deals.

The Salmon & Trout Association’s CLA Game Fair tent is always a popular meeting point for fly fishers. In addition to the members’ hospitality area, offering catering through the day and a bar, the S&TA will, as usual, be co-ordinating casting lessons, given by GAIA-qualified instructors, running the casting competitions from the lake platforms and, in the tent area itself, is joined by the Riverfly Partnership and Fulling Mill, the leading supplier of fishing flies and other tackle, and which is offering special CLA Game Fair deals. S&TA staff will be on hand at all times to answer questions and discuss issues and problems.

Guy Linley-Adams, environmental lawyer and campaigner, who has been tasked to lead the S&TA campaign against unsustainable fish farming in north-west Scotland, will give a presentation and answer questions about his work and the progress the campaign has made. These talks will be at 11am and 3pm on Friday and on Saturday at the S&TA stand – No. K0936 in the Fishing Village