Tackle fairs ?

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Early I know, but after the Lockdown easing briefing, has anybody heard any plans for tackle fairs this year ?


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I wouldn't expect any before June!
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I'm still not convinced that much will go ahead until the end of the year. All dates so far proposed are best cases and the reality is that things will probably slip and the numbers admitted will remain restricted due to the need for continued social distancing. I hope I'm wrong but I'm not believing any good news until it actually happens.
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I am yet to visit a tackle fair and was hoping that this was going to be the year that I broke the duck. Fingers crossed.

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Silfield wrote: Fri Feb 26, 2021 2:11 pm I am yet to visit a tackle fair and was hoping that this was going to be the year that I broke the duck. Fingers crossed.
Perhaps Ian we could travel upto Redditch together or down to Romsey whenever the fares resume - Phil maybe interested as well.
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Pallenpool wrote: Fri Feb 26, 2021 3:51 pm
Silfield wrote: Fri Feb 26, 2021 2:11 pm I am yet to visit a tackle fair and was hoping that this was going to be the year that I broke the duck. Fingers crossed.
Perhaps Ian we could travel upto Redditch together or down to Romsey whenever the fares resume - Phil maybe interested as well.
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I would certainly be up for that Peter, as long as there is a bit of notice so I can save my pennies up beforehand (or raid the kids bank accounts :Wink: )

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Silfield wrote: Fri Feb 26, 2021 4:18 pm
Pallenpool wrote: Fri Feb 26, 2021 3:51 pm
Silfield wrote: Fri Feb 26, 2021 2:11 pm I am yet to visit a tackle fair and was hoping that this was going to be the year that I broke the duck. Fingers crossed.
Perhaps Ian we could travel upto Redditch together or down to Romsey whenever the fares resume - Phil maybe interested as well.
:Hat:
I would certainly be up for that Peter, as long as there is a bit of notice so I can save my pennies up beforehand (or raid the kids bank accounts :Wink: )
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Because the situation is unchanged and we know at least we will have to wait until I would say July (earliest) you certainly have time to consider what it is you would like to have tackle wise.

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