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Online Comp 4....The Rules

Postby mod2 » Tue Apr 03, 2007 3:34 pm

Hi All
Its time to fire up for the next comp. Once again members will nominate a team according to their favoured amber fluid. Either Cascade, Boags or VB.
The comp which will start at 12.01am on Friday 6 April 2007 and conclude at 11.59pm on Sunday 5 May 2007.

Due to the copious amount of species and general distribution of them there is ample opportunity for every angler to contribute regardless of location and species closed seasons. I have deleted a couple included in the last comp.

The following species will be eligible for the competition:
Trout - River
Brown
Rainbow
Sea Run (including residents north of the Bowen Bridge in the Derwent River)

Trout - Lake
Rainbow
Brown
Brook

Australian Salmon
Atalantic Salmon
Bass
Bream (must be released)
Carp (must be culled in Australia only)
Flathead
Gummy Shark
Kingfish
Mackeral (All species)
Mullet
Pike (includes European Species)
Redfin (must be culled in Australia only)
Rock Cod
Stripey Trumpeter
Snook
Trevally (snotty's and silver)
Tuna (all species)
Wrasse

Apart from Bream, redfin and carp all other species can either be kept or released at the discretion of the angler, however catch and release is encouraged.

Any fish caught in private Fisheries, Trout Farms and alike are ineligible

Bass and Carp have been included to to encourage interstate and international members to participate.

Members can use any method as long as they use a rod and line.

All fish must be legal length.

To try and even up the scoring the following points system will apply:

Mullet, Bream, Trout, Flathead, Trevally, Wrasse, Redfin, Mackeral, Trevally, Rock cod, and Bass will all attract 1 point per cm in length i.e 45cm bream = 45 points

Tuna, Kingfish, Gummy Shark, Australian Salmon, Snapper, Atlantic Salmon, Stripey Trumpeter, Pike and Snook and Carp will attract 0.5 points per cm in length i.e a 90cm Barracouta = 45 points

No individual competition will be run this time.

Competition is open to Freshwater and Saltwater species.

No photo is required for the fish to count, the success of this comp relies on the members honesty

All fish are to be measured to the fork.

Each member can nominate 1 fish per day per species i.e eddy goes fishing for a week and catches 3 big bream and 3 big flatties on separate days he can nominate those fish.

When nominating fish please indicate:
Where it was caught
When it was caught
Please post all reports in the respective section i.e freshwater reports etc and nominate any fish you wish to count towards your teams tally.


If a tie occurs then the following rules will apply.

Using Bream as an example:
1st 43cm Eddy Boags
2nd 41cm Leroy Cascade
3rd 40cm Barra Cascade
3rd 40cm Josh Boags
3rd 40cm Temp Cascade

Then because both teams had a member catch a fish of 40cm then both teams would be awarded 40 points.

The Derwent - River Trout.

For brown trout to be eligible from the Derwent as a river trout it must be caught above the IFS designated freshwater line which loosely interpreted, equates to anywhere north of the Bowen Bridge. Searun trout can be caught anywhere within the system.

Bonus Points:
The team that captures the best total length of trout at the Get Together at Arthurs on ANZAC Day will receive bonus points on the best fish that team captures i.e Boags capture a total of 10.75mtrs to win and then they nominate 55cm, as the teams biggest fish then they receive a bonus 110 points for their team.

Anyway guys, have a read, digest and please make comments and
suggestions.

MOD2
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Postby nbyrne » Tue Apr 03, 2007 6:26 pm

I'd just add that I think it would be better if you could nominate the biggest fish per species per day, as it opens it up a bit more to those that have limited fishing trips to get on the board.

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Postby mod2 » Tue Apr 03, 2007 7:15 pm

Nik,
Each member can nominate 1 fish per day per trip per species i.e eddy goes fishing for a week and catches 3 big bream and 3 big flatties on separate days he can nominate those fish.


Is this what you mean?

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Postby nbyrne » Thu Apr 05, 2007 8:51 am

I am confused :roll: :lol:

If I catch 2 big fish in one day of different species, are they both eligible...?

If so it should read 1 fish per species, per day...??

Too much to take in with the new job, think I had a brain fart :oops: :lol:

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Postby Andyroo » Thu Apr 05, 2007 9:31 am

The way I read it is, if you catch 6 flatties, 2 shark and 3 salmon on a trip you can nominate 1 flattie, 1 shark and 1 salmon

Each member can nominate 1 fish per day per trip per species.


ie you can nominate, a fish per day per species, maybe it should read

"you can nominate one fish, per/each species, per day, per member"

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Postby mod2 » Thu Apr 05, 2007 2:20 pm

Sorry guys,

Have amended to read

"One fish per species per day per member"

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P.S. Comp starts tonight at midnight Look forward to reading lots of reports from the Easter break;)
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Postby Andyroo » Fri Apr 06, 2007 5:38 am

And if its not on the list its not part of/qualify for the comp?

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Postby temp » Fri Apr 06, 2007 8:47 am

Andyroo,
Yeah mate just the species on the list qualify for points.
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Postby Andyroo » Fri Apr 06, 2007 9:32 am

Figured Grrrr, :lol:

Caught nice widdle shark last night thats not on the list :D

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Re: Online Comp 4....The Rules

Postby alieen » Thu Nov 27, 2014 11:32 pm

Its time to fire up for the next comp. Once again members will nominate a team according to their favoured amber fluid. Either Cascade, Boags or VB.
The comp which will start at 12.01am on Friday 6 April 2007 and conclude at 11.59pm on Sunday 5 May 2007.

Due to the copious amount of species and general distribution of them there is ample opportunity for every angler to contribute regardless of location and species closed seasons. I have deleted a couple included in the last comp.
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Re: Online Comp 4....The Rules

Postby ratherbefishin » Fri Nov 28, 2014 9:32 am

alieen wrote:Its time to fire up for the next comp. Once again members will nominate a team according to their favoured amber fluid. Either Cascade, Boags or VB.
The comp which will start at 12.01am on Friday 6 April 2007 and conclude at 11.59pm on Sunday 5 May 2007.

Due to the copious amount of species and general distribution of them there is ample opportunity for every angler to contribute regardless of location and species closed seasons. I have deleted a couple included in the last comp.

Are these dates correct

Regards
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Re: Online Comp 4....The Rules

Postby Cayzer » Fri Nov 28, 2014 10:49 am

ratherbefishin wrote:
alieen wrote:Its time to fire up for the next comp. Once again members will nominate a team according to their favoured amber fluid. Either Cascade, Boags or VB.
The comp which will start at 12.01am on Friday 6 April 2007 and conclude at 11.59pm on Sunday 5 May 2007.

Due to the copious amount of species and general distribution of them there is ample opportunity for every angler to contribute regardless of location and species closed seasons. I have deleted a couple included in the last comp.

Are these dates correct

Regards
Shane


Yes.

You can only compete if you have a time machine.

Best of luck all...
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Re: Online Comp 4....The Rules

Postby ratherbefishin » Fri Nov 28, 2014 3:01 pm

Bit pointless this post being on here then cayzer.

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