River Monsters star Jeremy Wade.

Get Into Fishing at The Game Fair continues to grow as more companies and organisations sign up to get involved with the event at Ragley Hall later this month.

Hot on the heels of TV presenter and River Monsters star Jeremy Wade formally confirming his attendance, additional exhibitors such as new rod brand TTClassicPlus, Turrall and its fly-tying tuition team plus the crew from the Institute of Fisheries Management will all be beside the lake at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire, from July 28th to 30th.

New ATA members Thomas Turner will be on site with their TTClassicPlus tackle range which follows the success of the Hardy Marksman range of rods, which were in high demand on the Thomas Turner website.

Expert angler Dave Coster and well-known angling celebrity John Bailey worked on the new range using similar aesthetics but with the very latest materials.

Meanwhile, Paul Whitehouse will be at The Game Fair on the Sunday, speaking in both the Carter Jonas Game Fair and Landing Stage fishing theatres during the day as well as hosting Sunday lunch in the VIP Enclosure and mingling with anglers by the lake throughout the afternoon.

Big brands like Shimano, Hardy, Greys, Shakespeare, Reuben Heaton, and YETI will also be lending their support with stands or consultants helping promote the sport and encouraging people to find out more about how to get started.

Topflight brand Daiwa will be hosting their Target Fishing Challenge to tempt would-be anglers while supporting Canal and River Trust with pro staff Brian and Martin Skoyles.

Meanwhile, fly brand Turall will have a team on hand to show curious visitors how to tie their first fly and the Environment Agency will be showing off our native fish in a special fish tank.

EA rod licence holders in England and Wales can also get 20 per cent off an adult ticket if brought in advance.

And the Institute of Fisheries Management, which is dedicated to improving the management of sustainable fisheries, will help to bring things full circle so the Fishing Village covering everything from newcomers keen to catch their first fish (thanks to the Canal & River Trust coaches on the lake) to advice for experienced anglers, celebrities, tackle – new and antique – industry associations and careers within fishing.

Look out, too, for Marina Gibson, who will be demonstrating on the lake as well as hosting some competitions on the YETI stand.

There’ll even be a top predator boat courtesy of experienced guide Gary Palmer and the stunning £135,000 prize boat from the Sea Angling Classic on display.

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