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Tuesday, 26 February 2019

Meet Paul Garner at the GAC March 2019 Open Weekend


Paul Garner is a life-long angler based in the West Midlands, effectively dead centre in the UK. He manages to combine his passions for angling, photography and travel into a dream occupation.
Having gained a Doctorate in Fisheries Ecology from the University of Birmingham in 1997, Dr Paul Garner has published numerous scientific papers on the behaviour of coarse fish in several peer-review journals.

For over fourteen years Paul has worked in the fishing tackle industry as a Brand Manager, Marketing Director, Product Director and International Sales and Marketing Director for several companies. In late 2009 he decided to establish his own company and has since worked in a variety of roles, with numerous companies, both large and small. Currently, Paul works for Pikepro and Baitbox.

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He loves to share his passion for fishing and has contributed well over half a million words to most of the leading fishing magazines and websites around Europe, including weekly columns for both Anglers Mail in the past and currently Angling Times in the UK.

Come and meet Paul at the March 2019 Open Weekend where he can offer you help and advice on how to catch bigger predators, baiting strategy, rig tying, tactics and much more.  With his wealth of experience and knowledge, you are guaranteed to learn something new that will help you catch more fish and get more pleasure from fishing.

There really is something for everyone at these events, that's why they are the biggest in Scotland - and this one promises to be the biggest ever! With FREE parking and FREE entry, there will be loads of things to see and do, as well as some amazing bargains on all types of fishing tackle. Keep an eye out on Facebook, Twitter and instore for more info on what's going on at this event! Plus don't forget to register for your FREE GIFT! Click HERE for details!

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