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8 April, 2021 | Carp | News

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Sponsored Angler Competition Relaunches for 2021

The 2021/22 hunt to find a new team member has begun with the fourth season of our Sponsored Angler Search!

Mick Cork won the SAS competition last term

Have you always dreamed of becoming a sponsored angler? Can you follow in the footsteps of previous winner’s James Buckler, Craig Waddington and Mick Cork and become a Dynamite team member?

Entering the competition couldn’t be simpler. All you need to do is use our bait, catch a fish and email a full catch report and photos to catchshots@dynamitebaits.com. or you can fill out the form below and attach your pics. The competition term ends next February (2022) giving you plenty of time to take part!

Prizes

Each month we will award prizes to the top three catches as well as an under 18 winner. But remember, you don’t need to catch the biggest fish in the lake to win, as prizes will be awarded mostly on the quality of your photos and/or the quality of the fish of course!

All entries count towards the yearly prize to win a place on the team including a year’s supply of bait (full details HERE).  TIP: Consistency of catches, photo quality and the fish you catch are the qualities we look for when awarding the main prize so try and keep in touch with us over the course of the season. Good luck.

Catch Submission
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