Farlows & Sportfish Announce Discount for all Angling Trust Members

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World Renowned Stores to offer Angling Trust members 10% discount.

Farlows Group has announced that they will be offering Angling Trust members an ongoing 10% discount as a way of showing their support for the work of the Trust. The discount will be available on purchases online, in-store and on telephone orders. Members can access their special discount code by logging on to their Dashboard area of the Angling Trust Website.

Farlows Group Marketing Manager Ian Welch said:

“Farlows Group believes that all angers have a duty of care to the environment, and the work the Angling Trust and Fish Legal are doing to both protect our natural resources and to promote our sport to the wider public is absolutely vital. We urge all anglers, irrespective of discipline, to become members, and we hope this deal gives a little back to those who do just that and support our marvellous sport via the Trust.”

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Farlows has an iconic store on Pall Mall in the heart of London and have been trading since 1840. Sportfish have a fantasic store in Herefordshire and another in Reading which includes a lake complex which was featured in our Lines On The Water blog recently.

The Farlows/Sportfish discount is just one of an ever increasing list of member benefits and discounts that Angling Trust members enjoy. Find out more and join today by heading over to our members section.
 

mike fox

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Now if Orvis UK jumped on the discounting bandwagon I could be persuaded to reinstate my AT membership.
 

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If you buy Orvis stuff in their sale and when it has an extra 30% off it is worthwhile. It’s usually 40+ % off retail.

The money you save would pay for several AT memberships and a road trip to Sportfish……
 

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If you buy Orvis stuff in their sale and when it has an extra 30% off it is worthwhile. It’s usually 40+ % off retail.

The money you save would pay for several AT memberships and a road trip to Sportfish……
The majority of my gear and clothing is Orvis these days. They used to have "Orvis Days" offering good discounts up to 50% when you spend £50 but they have stopped doing it on fishing apparel now. It's only available on men's, women's and doggie apparel now. Sale items are very limited but a 10% Off across the board would be a good saving for me given the amount I spend each year on line at £45 per 100m spool.
 

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Go on line and the extra 30% off their sale stuff really helps. Their clothes prices are ridiculous without a sizeable discount.

PS it must be very good line at that price…..and I thought ‘soft plus’ was expensive !

PPS don’t forget to join the AT
 

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Go on line and the extra 30% off their sale stuff really helps. Their clothes prices are ridiculous without a sizeable discount.

PS it must be very good line at that price…..and I thought ‘soft plus’ was expensive !

PPS don’t forget to join the AT
It's their Mirage. It's tippet line really but I use it as a leader straight through. Best stuff ever for nymphing.
 

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That’s interesting- I used to use it and gave up as it kept breaking (several different spools).
 

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That’s interesting- I used to use it and gave up as it kept breaking (several different spools).
It does break quite easily if you don't wet it when tying knots, apart from that I have no problem with it.
 

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It does break quite easily if you don't wet it when tying knots, apart from that I have no problem with it.
As a very serious saltwater fly angler I’ve had to learn to tie really good knots and to test every line that I use.

After a few bad experiences with ‘Mirage’ years ago I don’t trust it now. And at 40 plus quid a spool I’m pretty glad about that !

It is interesting how we all get attached to certain tackle items - most notably hooks and lines.
 

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Good to see the AT are now widening their retail partnerships, but perhaps a direct approach would be better than a general advertisement!!
"We are looking for companies who would like to offer discounts and benefits to Angling Trust members, as a way of supporting our work and marketing your products to our huge database of anglers, angling clubs and fisheries. Drop me an email john.cheyne@anglingtrust.net for details."
 
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