By Tim Richardson
This Saturday is the ninth annual 'Three Fly Challeng' held at Meon Springs in aid of the Wild Trout Trust and in memory of Pasco James.
The good news this year is that we have a record turnout with 46 anglers booked to come fishing.
Since the event is pegged - and people move each time they catch a fish to the next available peg - there could be a lot of movement on the banks as well as in the water.
The organisers also hope that with so many anglers here, they could top the record-breaking £7,000 raised last year - taking the total amount raised over the last eight years to more than £32,000.
The cash is used to fund a bursary for a new conservation officer to work on the rivers.