Booking Now open for round 4 of the Pairs league

Booking is open for round four of the pairs league, which takes place on the same stretches as round 3.


The match will be held on our South Stratford stretch of canal and on the northern end of our main stretch of the Grand Union Canal. The canals will be split into five sections. Teams will be drawn into sections and will compete to win their section and the overall match.

Read full details of the new format and revised rules and point-scoring.

The water will be closed for practising from Friday, November 26.

NOTE: We will be using the Score Fishing app to record fish captures, lengths and photos.

If you do not already have the app, you must download it and register with Score Fishing before the match. There is a one-off fee of £1.99 for the app.


Pairs league round 4, Hatton and South Stratford Canal.

Saturday December 4, 2021, 8am

8am – Meet at CRT car park Hatton Locks.

8.15am – Briefing

8.25am – Competitors can head off to sections on foot or in car

9am – Fishing starts

3pm – Fishing ends on towpath and competitors return to Hatton on foot or in car

3.30pm – results and prize-giving

The match will be held on the following sections of canal:

Section 1: South Stratford Lock 50 Wilmcote bottom lock to Lock 39 Odd lock.

Section 2: South Stratford Bridge 47 Preston Bagot to Lock 31 Ned’s Lock Lowsonford

Section 3: South Stratford Lock 31 Ned’s Lock Lowsonford to Bridge 38 Broom Hall Bridge

Section 4: Grand Union Bridge 54 Hatton Locks car park to Shrewley Tunnel

Section 5: Grand Union Shrewley Tunnel to Bridge 62 Rowington.

Teams will be drawn to fish a particular section. There will be a minimum of four pairs to a section. For example, if 12-15 pairs enter, they will be drawn between sections 1, 2 and 3. If 16-19 pairs enter, they will be drawn between sections 1, 2, 3 and 4. If 20 or more pairs enter, they will be drawn between sections 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.

Where a bridge forms the boundary to a section, teams from both sections may fish under the bridge. However, you should not cast out into the next or preceding section. Where a lock forms the boundary, the first section ends before the lock and the second section starts after it.

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