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The London Fly Fishing Fair – a great success

business design centreOn March 10–11, 3,000 members of the public and angling community attended the inaugural London Fly Fishing Fair held at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London.

Visitors were able to enjoy extensive fly tying and casting demonstrations and films, as well as shop for top of the range tackle, clothing and equipment and luxury fly fishing holiday packages.

John KelleySpeaking at a celebratory drinks reception on the first night of the fair, co-founder of the show John Kelley said: “We are thrilled at the huge of amount of support we have received from everyone in the fly fishing industry. The feedback has been fantastic and it means so much, particularly in our first year.”

The show will return to the Business Design Centre on March 23–24 next year. 




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