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Thread: Salt water challenge - Northern Suburbs vs Southern Suburbs

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    Default Salt water challenge - Northern Suburbs vs Southern Suburbs

    Hi Guys. Since the salt is really starting to come on, how about staging a fun competition? With the help of my more than able Northern Suburbs compratriots, I would like to challenge all you Southern suburbs fly fishermen to a friendly little game of 'lets see who catches the most fish' until the end of April.

    Your thoughts on this?

    Point standings

    Northern suburbs
    01/02/07 Leervis (79cm) Zandvlei - Chris Shelton
    02/02/07 Leervis (60.5cm) Zandvlei - Chris Shelton
    04/02/07 Leervis (99cm) Zandvlei - Chris Shelton
    03/02/07 Elf (25cm) KleinRivier - Deewy
    06/02/07 Leervis (77cm) Zandvlei - Stephen Smith
    07/02/07 Leervis (15cm) De Mond - Izak
    16/02/07 Leervis (70cm) Zandvlei - Stephen Smith

    Southern Suburbs
    02/02/07 Elf (35cm) Kleinrivier lagoon - Liam Surridge
    05/02/07 Elf (35cm) Kleinrivier lagoon - Liam Surridge
    05/02/07 Leervis (90cm) Zandvlei - Kevin Cox
    12/02/07 Leervis (25cm) Kleinrivier - Liam Surridge
    Last edited by Chris Shelton; 16-02-07 at 09:34 AM.
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    im in.do my fish from this morning count???
    stephen is wishing he was fishing location x right now.......



    Stephen Smith

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    Quote Originally Posted by swsmith View Post
    im in.do my fish from this morning count???
    I wish they could!

    To be fair to all, lets kick off from 1 Feb rather?
    "Innocence is a wild trout. But we humans, being complicated, have to pursue innocence in complex ways" - Datus Proper

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    thought id just try my luck.
    stephen is wishing he was fishing location x right now.......



    Stephen Smith

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    i am in, whats the rules ?

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    What an awsome idea!! unfortunatly it must only be saltwater but we must see if we cant organise a prize from one off the site sponsers for that guy/gal(is there any )
    I recon us dutchman from the north might just skop the rooinekke se gatte

    I can feel sore hands and arms coming on....
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    maybe we should make it every saltwater fish over 20cm and for the most species caught and the biggest fish.....what you guys recon???
    Is sean mills also partisapating? HEHEHE hope not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J Brink View Post
    i am in, whats the rules ?
    No rules other than fly fishing only, and this can be anywhere. At the end of the day it would be interesting to see which suburb's fly fishermen are the most active in the salt. As we speak, i am planning a trip to Bazarutu! (kidding)
    "Innocence is a wild trout. But we humans, being complicated, have to pursue innocence in complex ways" - Datus Proper

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    ja, ek dink die manne agter die "Boerewors gordyn" gaan gat skop....

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    What about the Bolanders. We somme skop julle almal se gatte !!!

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