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 Posted: Wed Mar 16th, 2011 12:57 am
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Fat Cat 2
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Can't wait looking forward to it!!!::S::S::S::S::S

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 Posted: Wed Mar 16th, 2011 01:14 am
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Hi what are the prizes for this event????Thanks!!:welcomesea::welcomesea:

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 Posted: Wed Mar 16th, 2011 05:45 am
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List of prizes will be posted later today.GREAT,GREAT prizes.tell all your fishing buddies to come its'gonna be AWESOME :wfish

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 Posted: Thu Mar 17th, 2011 08:18 am
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I am glad that you are having another one as the last one was so informative and to little time to catch. You are doing a great job and keep up the good work. I have learned more from you that i could learn in the last 3 years on my own. I nearly threw in the towel and gave it up for a bad job but now I am reinvigorated.Thanks

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 Posted: Thu Mar 17th, 2011 12:21 pm
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DALP22 wrote: I am glad that you are having another one as the last one was so informative and to little time to catch. You are doing a great job and keep up the good work. I have learned more from you that i could learn in the last 3 years on my own. I nearly threw in the towel and gave it up for a bad job but now I am reinvigorated.Thanks
Always a pleaseure...and welcome to Sealine!!!!!!

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 Posted: Thu Mar 17th, 2011 12:24 pm
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Ok, here is the prizes!!!!!!!!!

 

Attachment: Cob Competition 26 March 2011_Final02.pdf (Downloaded 23 times)

Last edited on Thu Mar 17th, 2011 01:17 pm by ***Galjoen***

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 10:00 am
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hotnot
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Just a suggestion and this is only a suggestion (for the next comp). With regards to registration, can we not pay the fee into a banking account then an entry fee number gets allocated per "PM" to the contestants. The reference number on the banking details will be their alias/name. This will save some guys a trip to the registration point and also the rush for registration. (is 'n bietjie vroeg vir paar manne)

A copy of the registration form can be posted on the website and printed out by the contestant.

I would expect only the admin guys to respond to this mail.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 10:10 am
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Marthin
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Hi there. The reason we haven't done it this way is purely to eliminate or try to minimize cheating.... If you have your number prior to the competition, nothing stops you from driving to struisbaai the evening before or even 3 the morning. You can still probably cheat this way if you want, but few guys will leave here at 5 for struis to be back for the weigh in at 4.

We just want everyone to have an equal start.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 10:22 am
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Marthin wrote: Hi there. The reason we haven't done it this way is purely to eliminate or try to minimize cheating.... If you have your number prior to the competition, nothing stops you from driving to struisbaai the evening before or even 3 the morning. You can still probably cheat this way if you want, but few guys will leave here at 5 for struis to be back for the weigh in at 4.

We just want everyone to have an equal start.


Marthin, I think 99% of the entrants has some integrity. Whoever is going to ride out to Struisbaai to cheat just to win the competition must be out of their mind or very desperate to win. One of the rules with the last comp was that it should be witnessed by another competitor. (I could stand to be corrected).

As I said, it is only a suggestion. Thanks for the reply and thanks for organising these events.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 10:51 am
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@hotnot, thanks for the inputs. We gladly receive any constructive inputs and will keep it in mind for future reference.
With regards to cheating, you would be surprised to hear what some okes get up to to win these competitions. During a Galjoen competition at Melkbosstrand some time ago, some competitors apparently went so far as to shoot Galjoen with spear guns and later submitting their `catches` at the weigh-in.  I know it will be difficult to prevent guys from cheating, even for anglers to connive and `witness` each other's illigal catches under the current arrangements, but at least this way we make it just that little bit more difficult to cheat.
Hope to see you Saturday morning bright and early!!! LOL

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 10:56 am
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kaspaas wrote: @hotnot, thanks for the inputs. We gladly receive any constructive inputs and will keep it in mind for future reference.
With regards to cheating, you would be surprised to hear what some okes get up to to win these competitions. During a Galjoen competition at Melkbosstrand some time ago, some competitors apparently went so far as to shoot Galjoen with spear guns and later submitting their `catches` at the weigh-in.  I know it will be difficult to prevent guys from cheating, even for anglers to connive and `witness` each other's illigal catches under the current arrangements, but at least this way we make it just that little bit more difficult to cheat.
Hope to see you Saturday morning bright and early!!! LOL

Will definitely be there!! The wife signed the indemnity form last week. LOL!!

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 11:12 am
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***Galjoen***
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hotnot wrote: Just a suggestion and this is only a suggestion (for the next comp). With regards to registration, can we not pay the fee into a banking account then an entry fee number gets allocated per "PM" to the contestants. The reference number on the banking details will be their alias/name. This will save some guys a trip to the registration point and also the rush for registration. (is 'n bietjie vroeg vir paar manne)

A copy of the registration form can be posted on the website and printed out by the contestant.

I would expect only the admin guys to respond to this mail.

hotnot, the venue for the registration and weigh in is the center point of the area we fish in, so there should'nt be a problem to get there like the rest of us. You can grab yourself a lekka warm cup of coffee at the shop and from there you can go and catch the big one! If you snooze, you loose...at the end of the day it's your choice to pay just R50.00, rise earlier and stand a chance to win yourself a prize or two! The registration officers will probably be there till 05h30 and if you move from there to your fishing spot, the time you get your line in the water the sun is out already.

Last edited on Fri Mar 18th, 2011 11:14 am by ***Galjoen***

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 11:17 am
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***Galjoen*** wrote:
The registration officers will probably be there till 05h30

Jy beter vir ons 'n goeie spot kry......
(spesiale versoek van die hoof registrasie offisier)

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 11:18 am
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hotnot
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***Galjoen*** wrote: hotnot wrote: Just a suggestion and this is only a suggestion (for the next comp). With regards to registration, can we not pay the fee into a banking account then an entry fee number gets allocated per "PM" to the contestants. The reference number on the banking details will be their alias/name. This will save some guys a trip to the registration point and also the rush for registration. (is 'n bietjie vroeg vir paar manne)

A copy of the registration form can be posted on the website and printed out by the contestant.

I would expect only the admin guys to respond to this mail.

hotnot, the venue for the registration and weigh in is the center point of the area we fish in, so there should'nt be a problem to get there like the rest of us. You can grab yourself a lekka warm cup of coffee at the shop and from there you can go and catch the big one! If you snooze, you loose...at the end of the day it's your choice to pay just R50.00, rise earlier and stand a chance to win yourself a prize or two! The registration officers will probably be there till 05h30 and if you move from there to your fishing spot, the time you get your line in the water the sun is out already.

Galjoen, I don't have a problem getting there early. For me it is all part of the event. Was just thinking of you guys doing the all the ground work and the laat slapers. 

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 12:58 pm
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Strepie wrote:
***Galjoen*** wrote:
The registration officers will probably be there till 05h30


Jy beter vir ons 'n goeie spot kry......
(spesiale versoek van die hoof registrasie offisier)

Gee hulle maar die voorsprong,My rod-stand sal alreeds vir hulle da wag !

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 01:05 pm
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***Galjoen***
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hotnot wrote: ***Galjoen*** wrote: hotnot wrote: Just a suggestion and this is only a suggestion (for the next comp). With regards to registration, can we not pay the fee into a banking account then an entry fee number gets allocated per "PM" to the contestants. The reference number on the banking details will be their alias/name. This will save some guys a trip to the registration point and also the rush for registration. (is 'n bietjie vroeg vir paar manne)

A copy of the registration form can be posted on the website and printed out by the contestant.

I would expect only the admin guys to respond to this mail.

hotnot, the venue for the registration and weigh in is the center point of the area we fish in, so there should'nt be a problem to get there like the rest of us. You can grab yourself a lekka warm cup of coffee at the shop and from there you can go and catch the big one! If you snooze, you loose...at the end of the day it's your choice to pay just R50.00, rise earlier and stand a chance to win yourself a prize or two! The registration officers will probably be there till 05h30 and if you move from there to your fishing spot, the time you get your line in the water the sun is out already.

Galjoen, I don't have a problem getting there early. For me it is all part of the event. Was just thinking of you guys doing the all the ground work and the laat slapers. 

Don't worry about us, if I had it my way I would be there at 03h00....:fbash

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 01:08 pm
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Strepie wrote: ***Galjoen*** wrote:
The registration officers will probably be there till 05h30



Jy beter vir ons 'n goeie spot kry......
(spesiale versoek van die hoof registrasie offisier)


 

Muhahahahahahaha....ek en my swaer het groot planne...draai links en dan dadelik regs...stap 2.7km....vas pappa!!!!!!

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 01:32 pm
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Ek gaan ook n seiltjie saambring....

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 01:34 pm
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Strepie,ons het die voordeel,hulle gaan die vis solank nader lok en ons kom vang hulle dan net hahahah !! ::S::S

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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 02:14 pm
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Dit lyk my hier kom weer n lekker comp.
Hoe se hulle:" The early bird catches the worm(fish)"

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