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PostSubject: Go Fishing on Father's Day 16th June (free licence for a friend)   Tue Jun 04, 2013 7:05 pm

Go Fishing on Father's Day, June 16th

Why not give Dad something he really wants this Father’s Day – take him fishing! It's a great way to spend quality family time together.

The 2013 river coarse fishing season starts on Father’s Day, and Environment Agency annual rod licence holders can take a friend or family member fishing with them for free on the 16th of June.

The Father’s Day special promotion is part of the annual Take a Friend Fishing campaign, run by the Angling Trades Association and supported by the Angling Trust.

All you need to do is to download and print out the rod licence voucher (HERE), fill in the person’s details, validate it online, read the Terms and Conditions, grab tackle, bait and voucher and go fishing!

Please email the Take A Friend Fishing team any stories and pictures from your day. Please include the venue name, catch details, captor’s name and daytime telephone number.

Rod licences make a fantastic gift for the rest of the fishing season, and they are valid on over 5,000 rivers, lakes and ponds across England and Wales. It’s quick and easy to buy a rod licence online or at your local post office.

And when you get home? Back-to-back Crabtree!

Quest TV is celebrating Father's Day by running the entire first series of Fishing in the Footsteps of Mr. Crabtree back-to-back from 1pm through to 7pm. June 16th is all about getting out early in the morning to enjoy a misty dawn reminding yourself why you love river fishing so much. When you get home, you can watch John Bailey helping young anglers catch the fish of their dreams from beautiful waters. Quest TV can be found on Freeview 38 / Sky 154 / Virgin 172

For our younger readers, why not enter the Quest for 'Peter' for the opportunity to appear in the second series of Fishing in the Footsteps of Mr. Crabtree?

Visit the website now for all the details

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