The PAC will be represented at Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association's open day at Bawburgh Lakes, near Norwich, on Sunday, June 10.
Secretary Mark Barrett will be running workshops on trace making and other aspects of pike fishing, alongside other demonstrations including casting, carp fishing, tench fishing and feeder fishing.
Admission to the event, which kicks of at 9.30am, is free. NACA hope lapsed and would-be anglers will attend, as well as members of the public.
Licensed coaches will be on hand to help anyone who fancies a try at fishing for the first time.
There will also be a barbecue.
Access to the event is on New Road between Bawburgh Village and Bowthorpe, approximately 4 miles west of Norwich. Turn off the A47 bypass on to the B1108 Watton road signed ‘Colney and N & N Hospital’ then head towards Watton, taking the first right down Stocks Hill to Bawburgh village. New Road is immediate right turn after the bridge in Bawburgh village, follow the road back under the A47 with the Fishery entrance a further 100 yards on the right. From Bowthorpe, New Road turn is directly off the perimeter Chapel Break Road.