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    THE 2007 PREMIER £30K OPEN

    British Waterways Makin Fisheries, part of the premier fisheries group would like to announce the dates of its qualifying rounds for entry in to the 2007 Premier Open. Qualifiers will be invited to the Grand Final at Mallory Park Fisheries on 15th September 2007.

    Saturday 30th June 2007 – Lake 2B
    Saturday 21st July 2007 – Lake 4
    Sunday 12th August 2007 – Lake 4
    Saturday 1st September 2007 – Lake 2 A&B

    Total entry fee is £25. This is split in to:
    £9 Towards the prize pot in the grand final.
    £7 Peg fee
    £9 Pay out on the day.

    Booking in advance is essential due to the 20 peg limit on each qualifier. Entry couldn’t be simpler. Simply send your name and address, the qualifier you wish to enter and a cheque for £25 made payable to British Waterways, to Carl Nicholls, British Waterways, Peels Wharf, Lichfield Street, Tamworth, B78 3QZ.
    The top 2 from each qualifier will qualify for the Grand Final at Mallory Park Fisheries on the 15th September 2007 (Subject to 20 pegs being sold out).

    2007 PREMIER OPEN.
    Premier have teamed up with Tackle Giants Pure Fishing and CEMEX to stage the Premier Fisheries 2007 Premier Open.
    With tackle prizes amounting to a total value £22,500 and, subject to a full entry, a potential cash payout of £15,000, this is going to be the major event of 2007.
    A maximum of 128 anglers can qualify for the grand final at Mallory Park Fisheries on Saturday 15 September 2007.
    A series of qualifying rounds will be held at the listed fisheries on the stated dates.
    What makes this event special is that local rules will apply on all qualifiers, which means that even a novice angler can have a great chance of going through to the final.
    Many of the qualifying rounds will be incorporated into existing events at fisheries, with the entry fee of £9, which goes into the final pot, being added to the entry fee for that day’s event, if applicable.
    Each Premier fishery can forward 8 qualifiers to the final. Some events may be 80 plus peggers with 8 qualifying; others may be two forty plus events with four qualifiers from each event. You may find some special evening events at your local Premier Fishery.
    This makes it very easy to fish a qualifier, you can enter has many times as you wish.
    Every qualifier will win one of the new Pure Fishing Abu Garcia feeder rods valued at £100. Everyone will be a winner, because Pure Fishing will give every angler who takes part a 300mt spool of their most popular Sensation match line.
    In the final, and subject to a sell out, the winner will receive £5000 cash plus up to £600 section prize plus tackle and the prestigious trophy.
    The other 11 section winners will collect at least £600 for their section win, if sold out. With the average section likely to hold no more than 12 anglers, this is going to be a sensational event.
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