Toft Newton Vision Stillmaniac Classic – Match rules

If you’re considering joining us on Saturday 30th October for this wonderful event you might like to study our rules in order to help you prepare. if you’ve any queries or suggestions at all please give Andy a call on 01673 878453 or 07395 314423. we reserve the right to make minor changes and these will always be done in the interest of a fair spirited competition.

  1. FLY LINES MUST BE AS MANUFACTURED – NO SHOOTING HEADS.
  2. FLIES MUST BE TIED ON SINGLE HOOKS ONLY, NO DOUBLES OR TREBLES TO BE USED.
  3. HOOKS MUST BE MANUFACTURED BARBLESS ONLY – THIS PREVENTS VARIATION ON ACCEPTABILITY.
  4. SNAKE FLIES MAY BE USED BUT MAY ONLY HAVE 1 HOOK.
  5. BOOBIES, FAB’S AND OTHER FLIES CONTAINING FOAM ARE PERMITTED.
  6. FLIES MAY BE WEIGHTED AND OR HAVE BEADS IN THEIR CONSTRUCTION.
  7. TUBE FLIES MAY BE USED BUT MUST ONLY CONTAIN 1 BARBLESS SINGLE HOOK.
  8. MAXIMUM OF 4 FLIES ON ONE LEADER.
  9. FLIES MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 5OCM APART FROM WHERE THE FLY MEETS THE MAIN LEADER (TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE LENGTH OF THE DROPPER)
  10. ANGLERS TO USE ONLY 1 ROD AT A TIME, A MAXIMUM OF 2 SPARE RODS MAY BE MADE UP READY TO USE.
  11. AFTER LANDING A FISH, COMPETITORS MUST GET THEIR SCORECARD SIGNED BY ONE OF THE ANGLERS NEXT TO THEM OR A MATCH OFFICIAL BEFORE COMMENCING FISHING AGAIN.
  12. ANGLERS MUST ONLY FISH FROM THEIR DESIGNATED PEG.
  13. ANGLERS PLAYING A FISH ‘ON THE WHISTLE’ AT THE END OF A SESSION MUST LAND THE FISH PRIOR TO THE START OF THE NEXT SESSION. ANGLERS PLAYING A FISH AT FULL TIME ON THE LAST PEG WILL HAVE 5 MINUTES IN WHICH LAND THE FISH.
  14. THE EVENT IS PRIMARILY CATCH AND RELEASE, 2 POINTS WILL BE AWARDED FOR THE FIRST FISH ON EACH PEG AND FOLLOWED BY A POINT FOR EACH ADDITIONAL FISH UPTO A MAXIMUM OF 5 FISH ON EACH PEG –  A BONUS POINT WILL BE ADDED FOR ANY ANGLER WHO CATCHES A 5 FISH LIMIT FROM ANY PEG – I.E A MAXIMUM OF 7 POINTS ARE ATTAINABLE ON EACH PEG.
  15. ANGLERS MAY KILL ONE FISH THROUGHOUT THE DAY – THIS MAY THEN BE ENTERED FOR WEIGHING IN FOR THE BIGGEST FISH PRIZE.
  16. THE ANGLER WITH THE MOST POINTS AT THE END OF THE COMPETITION WILL BE DEEMED THE WINNER.
  17. ANGLERS MUST RECORD THE TIME OF THEIR FIRST FISH ON EACH PEG. THIS MAY BE USED IN THE EVENT OF A TIE.
  18. ANGLERS FOUND BREAKING ANY OF THE RULES WILL BE DISQUALIFIED – THE MATCH ORGANISERS DECISION IS FINAL.
  19. ANGLERS MUST RAISE ANY CONCERNS OF FOULPLAY WITHIN 30 MINUTES OF FISHING FINISHING.  

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