Friday, January 9, 2009

Salmon Fishing Scotland the Malloch Trophy enrty details.

Salmon Fishing Scotland the Malloch Trophy entry details.

Malloch ChallengeTrophy Entry Details


* Entry form: The Malloch Trophy entry form must be duly completed and signed as required and returned to the TDSFB offices as soon as possible and no later that one month after capture (except in the case of a November capture, where the entry form must be returned by 7th December 2009).

* The fish must be caught on a fly and must be returned safely to the water.

* Full details including fishing tackle used (rod, reel, line, leader and fly) should be recorded as should the date, place and time of capture.

* Witness/Photograph:The capture must be verified by a minimum of one independent witness and wherever possible with accompanying photographic evidence.

* Weight: Ideally the salmon should be carefully weighed in either a weigh-net or with scale and net, the weight of the net being deducted. The weigh-net or scales should be available for independent testing if required. Alternatively Sturdey’s formula will be used to assess the weight of the fish in the event that the fish cannot be weighed.

* Measurement: An accurate measurement of the length (from nose to fork of tail) and girth (around the body just forward of the dorsal fin) should be taken with a tape measure. These measurements must be verified by the independent witness/es

All entries will be considered by the Malloch Challenge Trophy committee. The Malloch Challenge Trophy Committee’s decision in all matters is final and no correspondence will entered into subsequent to the award being made.

The winner will be announced on the second Thursday after the last salmon fishing rivers close on the 30th November 2009 and each year subsequently.

The winner and their guest will be invited as guests of the TDSFB to receive the Award (which remains the property of the TDSFB) and their prize at the Annual River Tay Dinner.

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