FishPal’s global online booking system launches its charity auction site with the Hardy Tyne Fishing Festival.
The Tyne Riparian Owners and Occupiers Association have donated some of the most exclusive and normally unattainable fishing for the Hardy Tyne Fishing Festival on Sunday 25th September.
With record numbers of salmon counted in the Tyne system this spring and 2010 enjoying the best ever salmon rod catches of 5,115 recorded. The River Tyne maintains its status as the number one location for salmon fishing in England.
Anglers have the opportunity to bid for some prime fishing on some of the most exclusive Tyne beats. Bids can be submitted via email, text and phone.The auction system tracks every bid and will keep anglers upto date 24/7 in the UK and abroad.
FishPal Chairman James Leeming said “We all recognise the need to put something back into the sport from which we derive so much pleasure. We are pleased to launch the bespoke auction site with the Hardy Tyne Fishing Festival to our global customer base, helping to raise funds for the Tyne Rivers Trust. The Tyne Fishing Festival brings the town and the countryside together with lots of affordable fishing available for salmon anglers of all abilities”.
Proceeds from the event will go to the science-based charity the Tyne Rivers Trust, ensuring the Tyne catchment continues its meteoric success in terms of sustainable, environmental management for the benefit of the river. Continuing the work to protect salmon stocks during the construction of the second Tyne Tunnel, habitat improvements, fish passages and managing fish stocks.
North East’s premier fishing manufacturers Hardy & Greys Ltd, synonymous with quality and excellence around the world are the main sponsors of this prestigious fishing event.
Anglers have until Monday 15th August to place bids to secure their chosen beat by visiting the FishPal website
or contacting the FishPal offices in Scotland.
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