Barra Nationals 2017 results

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Re: Barra Nationals 2017

Post by bigwoody » Mon May 01, 2017 7:53 pm

These numbers are food for thought;

894 fish divided by 186 fishos = 4.8 fish ea. =Hours per fish 10.4

The top 10 teams caught nearly 400 fish = lots of fishos caught zip.


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Re: Barra Nationals 2017

Post by bigwoody » Wed May 03, 2017 3:06 pm

wazdog wrote:Peter Davis caught a 104cm on the first day buddy!!!!
Only one metery for the entire comp, caught on the LAST day buddy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Barra Nationals 2017

Post by Matt Flynn » Thu May 04, 2017 5:10 pm

Results are interesting, only two fish in the 90s, one metery, with most fish in the 50-70 range in a similar mix to 2016, except for the metery size class, there were 15 or so meteries last year despite the terrible low water conditions, although the overall tally of fish was half in 2016 to the 2017 result.

Whereas the Klash on the South Alli saw a few 90s, and a lot of 90s showing up in pix from Shady Camp.

Currently is (or was very recently) a load of gill nets in Anson Bay ...

But it might just be the tides, bigger fish are usually caught on the bigger tides. As it was, the metery at the Nats was caught on the last day on the bigger tides.

Really big fish 110+ seem fewer in recent years.

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