The Live draw and updates will be on the ‘UK Carp Competition’ Facebook page! You will receive email confirmation of your random number for every entry purchased. The live draw takes place when we sell all tickets and brought forward if sold before the scheduled draw date. If we do not sell all the entries the draw will happen on the date shown on this page, regardless of sell out, guaranteed.
MAIN PRIZE – NASH SCOPE NET
- The Nash Scope range is the darling of every carp magazine out there and its easy to see why with its compact design and good looks, but it is not only aesthetics that make the Scope range special, the rods are also manufactured to the highest quality.The range is renowned for telescopic, short packdown systems, both the rods and landing nets condense down for easy transportation and stowed in the impressive range of Nash rod holdalls really look the part.The original Nash Scope Landing Net championed a micro-engineered spreader block, now an almost obligatory feature of a high-end landing net. The new instalment of the Scope Landing Net has built on the success of its predecessor, this time featuring a low profile, machined and reinforced spigot spreader block.The Nash Scope Net gives you 6ft 10inches (207cm) of reach, enabling you to land carp in difficult situations, the net handle is constructed of high-quality carbon weave and features a Japanese shrink grip. The Scope Landing Net operates a twist lock telescopic mechanism, retracting down to a size of just 3.5ft, or 110cm, meaning the Scope Net slips easily into the dedicated Scope Rod Skins and is a must have for the mobile carp angler.The arms that support the 44-inch fish friendly net are also constructed from carbon weave and packdown to the same size as the handle, meaning moving swims with a big cumbersome net is no longer necessary.Perhaps the best part about the new Nash Scope Landing Net is the Nash exclusive Camouflage mesh colouring, you won’t find this on any other brand of landing net and its sure to set you apart from other anglers on the bank.