The prestigious Kingfisher Trophy awaits the LACC individual champion

Welton Road, Warwick, 7.15am, Sunday May 22, 2022

Join us at Warwick on Sunday May 22 for a chance to win the Kingfisher Trophy and be named the Lure Angler Canal Club’s individual champion 2022.

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We’ll be fishing as individuals this time on a stretch of canal that has both produced some big fish and some great competition lengths in recent years.

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. There is more information about how Score Fishing works on the website and a video that shows how it works at

If you have any issues with the app contact match secretary Derek Holmes at

The match is open to members of the Lure Anglers Canal Club fishing individually and travelling on foot. It will be held on the following stretch of canal:

Grand Union bridge 54 Hatton down to bridge 44 Myton Road, Leamington.

It is an individual competition in its own right. The 15 best-placed anglers will automatically qualify to take part in the LACC matchplay competition alongside the defending matchplay champion Nick Wilson. Any places not taken up in the matchplay will go to the next best-placed angler.

The water will be closed for practising from Friday May 13. 

7.15am – Meet at Welton Road, Warwick.

7.30am – Registration

7.45am – Competition Briefing

8.00am – Fishing begins

2.00pm – All anglers must be back at the start

2.30pm – Results and prize-giving

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Entry to the competition will cost £5.00 per angler (payable in advance).

Fishing is with lures only

No keeping of any fish in landing nets and continuing to fish. All fish must be measured and photographed as soon as they are caught and then immediately released. The penalty for breaching this rule is disqualification

Each angler may only fish with one rod at a time. (although they may carry as many rods as they wish)

Each angler may only use one lure at a time (no multi-lure rigs).

All anglers must photograph all fish caught on a competition-standard fish measure (on an unhooking mat) and with their competitor’s card in the picture using the Score Fishing app. Please bring your own measures if possible.

Fish are measured to the tip of the tale, and the measurement is rounded up to the nearest centimetre (eg 15.1cm is recorded as 16cm). The photo should be taken from above and the nose and tail of the fish should be clearly visible. If in doubt, retake the photo.

All anglers must carry an unhooking mat and landing net.

The winner will be decided by who catches the longest combined length of perch, pike, zander, chub and ruffe.

By entering the competition you agree to abide by the club and competition rules of the Lure Anglers Canal Club and accept that you take part in this event at your own risk.

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