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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 Bream_nutt » 14 Jan 2011, 13:48

solo for me :yahoo:
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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby wokka1 » 14 Jan 2011, 21:02

wokka1 wrote:
Widsa wrote:To enter, simply put your name down here and whether you want to fish in a team or solo.


I'm in. solo please. Don't expect to catch much, don't want to drag anyone down with me :)

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Mav said "Going in a team will not drag the other person down. The worst that can happen is they drag you up, and it is good chance to meet and greet other yakkers, even if you never fish together. It is a greater chance to catch a greater number of species of fish, working as a team."

Makes sense, Ok scratch solo, team me up scotty !! (apologies to anyone too young to remember star trek)

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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby HaTTerS » 14 Jan 2011, 21:27

wokka1 wrote:
wokka1 wrote:
Widsa wrote:To enter, simply put your name down here and whether you want to fish in a team or solo.


I'm in. solo please. Don't expect to catch much, don't want to drag anyone down with me :)

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Mav said "Going in a team will not drag the other person down. The worst that can happen is they drag you up, and it is good chance to meet and greet other yakkers, even if you never fish together. It is a greater chance to catch a greater number of species of fish, working as a team."

Makes sense, Ok scratch solo, team me up scotty !! (apologies to anyone too young to remember star trek)

Regards, Wokka


No worries mate, I'll chuck you in the hat. Thanks for going the team route!

That means there is now an odd number of people in the draw... common guys! We need another person in the draw to even things up, or whoever is left in the hat will have to wait until I do another draw for a team member (assuming we get enough names to do another draw). Who's man (or woman) enough to step up and take the challenge of entering this illustrious competition??? Remember, there will be some nice prizes up for grabs at the conclusion of the competition
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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby brettrobo » 14 Jan 2011, 21:40

chuck me in a team
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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby HaTTerS » 14 Jan 2011, 21:56

Will do, thanks Brett!
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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby HaTTerS » 14 Jan 2011, 22:14

Just done the 2nd random draw of teams from the Mad Hatters Hat

Check the first post here http://www.vyak.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=51&t=3559&p=34890#p34890 to see who you are teamed up with
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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby Tormentor » 15 Jan 2011, 08:48

maverick wrote:Going in a team will not drag the other person down. The worst that can happen is they drag you up, and it is good chance to meet and greet other yakkers, even if you never fish together. It is a greater chance to catch a greater number of species of fish, working as a team.


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:
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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby cheaterparts » 31 Jan 2011, 16:35

end of jan today have we got a feb code as yet
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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby HaTTerS » 31 Jan 2011, 19:33

cheaterparts wrote:end of jan today have we got a feb code as yet


Yes.

New topic started for monthly codes:
http://www.vyak.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=51&t=3857
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Re: Comp Rules and Guide.

Postby ELM » 01 Feb 2011, 20:14

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: ?
When we say it's BIG RED SEASON, we don't mean a big red blood stain on the bay,
GET YOUR LIGHTS ON + YOUR PFD'S.

Happy Sailing Fishing and keep blowing bubbles.
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