Scientific Anglers ‘Bring Your Own Rod’ Event

Scientific Anglers ‘Bring Your Own Rod’ Event

Scientific Anglers Event

Take the guesswork out of choosing your next fly line with our Scientific Anglers event on the 13th and 14th of August at the Sportfish Game Fishing Centre, Reading.

Choosing the best fly line for your rod can be a complicated and sometimes costly experience these days, so you need to make sure you get it right.

Scientific Anglers

Scientific Anglers have been making fly lines in Midland, Michigan for over 70 years and fly line technology has advanced so much over the years with new tapers, textures and coatings. More frequently these days lines are designed for specific applications too, offering far more choices for anglers – the days of just grabbing a 5 weight rod and stringing it up with just any 5 weight line are long gone!

Steve Peterson Scientific Anglers
Steve Peterson – UK Scientific Anglers Representative

When and where?

To simplify the process the Scientific Anglers team invite you to their ‘Bring Your Own Rod’ event at the Sportfish Game Fishing Centre over the weekend of 13th and 14th August 2016.

Jeff Pierce Scientific Anglers
Jeff Pierce from HQ

Simply come along and bring your fly rod, or rods, and the SA team will have a large range of demo lines for you to test cast on your own rod.

Who will be here?

The SA team will consist of Jeff Pierce, who is based at the Scientific Anglers HQ in Midland Michigan and is the head of foreign sales. Jeff will be joined by Steve Peterson who is the sales representative for the UK and Ireland.

Steve and Jeff will be on hand to answer any of your questions on SA products and to let you try out a range of lines to suit your rod and casting style.

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Event Details & Getting There

SATURDAY: 9am to 5.30pm
SUNDAY: 10am to 4pm
Haywards Farm, Theale, Reading, RG7 4AS
Email: [email protected] Tel: 0118 930 3860


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