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Comp Rules and Guide.

A year long comp where entrants try to catch as many species from the Victorian fishing handbook.
The biggest total length of all species wins.
Comp ends 31st Dec 2011.

Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby FECKIT » 01 Feb 2011, 22:26

Tormentor wrote:Based on this if there are any late entries wanting a team I'll put my self up for a team if needed, I don't even mind if they have a tupperware pedalo :twisted: :lol:


Careful mate, tupperware pedlo is one thing but if you are not careful you might end up being teamed with someone who is originally from South Australia :o

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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby HaTTerS » 01 Feb 2011, 23:52

ELM wrote:Hi Hatters; Are goldfish and a Spanish fighter acceptable for measure, if I drag the kayak inside or take the fish bowl out to the shed :evilgrin: ?


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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby maverick » 07 Feb 2011, 10:50

Don't forget guys, you can still enter the competition, it runs all year. There seem to be a lot of photogrpahs being taken by guys not entered in the competition, even as solo's. All you need to do is include your username and the monthly code number written on a card, your hand, your yak etc etc along with a measuring implement and have part of the yak included in the picture. There are monthly updates, but the winner/s won't be decided until the end of the year. So if you going to take a pic, include your code and enter the comp.

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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby Rattler » 22 May 2011, 22:28

This sound cool
does it matter what size matt I use
and I go solo as well
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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby HaTTerS » 23 May 2011, 10:28

Rattler wrote:This sound cool
does it matter what size matt I use
and I go solo as well


As long as the measuring device does its job (e.g. we can see the length of the fish) you can use any size you want.
I'll add you to the list of solo guys.

If you haven't done so already, have a read through the rules in the 1st post of this thread to make sure your entries are valid.
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