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Coarse Fishing

Coarse fishing

Inter Corps Champs

Inter Corps Championships


What will you catch?

Coarse fishing is freshwater fishing which involves fishing for ‘coarse’ fish such as  Carp, Tench and Perch.

Opportunities exist for anglers of all abilities and experience and none to join us; simply get in touch with the secretary using the Coarse Fishing Contact form below.

Coarse Competition

Talented? Compete for your Corps team, and if selected, the Army team.

Army Coarse Angling is regionalised. Every unit falls into one of six groups which cover the UK. Each group has ten matches per season, points scored are based on how well you do. At the end of the season, the top third of each group qualify for the Army Finals, however all other anglers can still attend the Army finals, but they compete in a different match.

Other matches during the calendar year include the Army HQ individual and pairs (May), Royal Signals Corps Championships (July).

Winning Catch

Inter Corps Champs

A talented team with real depth within the squad, The Royal Signals are the current Inter Corps Champions having won the event for the last two years. Due to huge individual and team success in 2014/2015 the team were granted a minor sports tour this took place In May 2016 when the team went on a sports tour, competing at Whiteacres Fishery in the Milo Festival. This event boasted a former world champion among its competitors which demonstrates the level the Coarse Team compete at.

Anyone who would like to get involved with match angling, should contact the Corps Secretary.

Coarse Angling Committee

The current Royal Signals Coarse Fishing Committee members are:

  • President – Colonel R Carter
  • Chairman – Capt A Watts
  • Secretary – WO1 (RSM) D J Seymour

Contact Coarse Fishing