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Virtual Festival of Game Fishing

The Honourable The Irish Society, Cutts House, Coleraine, County Londonderry, BT51 3RL
Virtual Festival of Game Fishing

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Join us live on Friday 12th March as we explore the hidden rivers of Northern Ireland. Hear from local & international VIP guests as we celebrate our inaugural Virtual Festival of Game Fishing 2021. This event will be live streamed to a local and international audience - watch live online, ask questions and share the link with friends and colleagues. Please note registration is required.

The Uniqueness of our rivers in Northern Ireland
? Where to fish? Where to Stay? We'll showcase the local fishing opportunity and provide a virtual tour of our rivers
? What can you catch? Our local rivers offer world-class salmon fishing, and excellent sea trout, brown trout, coarse and pike fishing.

The Art of Fishing
? Hear from our keynote speakers as we discuss their art, skill and technique of casting, fly tying + more

Hear from Local Fishing Clubs
? We'll have talks from our members, club videos and upcoming events and competitions will be promoted throughout the event

Learn about the Science of Salmon and Trout conservation in our rivers
? We'll have keynote speakers, panel debates and Q&A on Salmon fishing, trout fishing, conservation and the environment.

Win prizes...
? We'll have awards, and competitions running throughout the event
? Club Nominees and Awards
? Sponsor Prizes + Festival on the Spot Prizes - including exclusive fishing packages & passes

Confirmed Speakers Include:
? Professor Ken Whelan, Research Director of The Atlantic Salmon Trust
? Dr Richard Kennedy, Science Officer of the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI)
? Dr Robert Rosell, Principal Scientific Officer for Freshwater Fish, AFBI
? Mr Jim Haughey MBE, former Chairman of the Ulster Angling Federation
? A speaker from Salmon & Trout Conservation Ltd

* More speakers will be announced in the next few days

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12/03/2021 (12 Mar 2021)

* 12:00 - 20:00

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