SPECIES LEAGUE RESULTS & RULES 

LEADERS FOR TROPHIES, CUPS & CERTIFICATES

2017
Species League October 2017
Species League September 2017
Species League August 2017
Species League July 2017

Species League June 2017
Species League May 2017
Species League April 2017
Species League March 2017
Species League February 2017
Species League January 2017
Handicaps for 2017

2016
Species League December 2016

Species League November 2016
Species League October 2016

Species League September 2016
Species League August 2016
Species League July 2016
Species League June 2016
Species League May 2016
Species League April 2016
Species League March 2016

Species League February 2016
Species League January 2016

Handicaps for 2016

2015
Species League December 2015
Species League November 2015
Species League October 2015
Species League September 2015
Species League August 2015
Species League July 2015
Species League June 2015
Species League May 2015
Species League April 2015
Species League March 2015

Species League February 2015

Species League January 2015
Handicaps for 2015

2014
Species League Final Results 2014
Species League November 2014
Species League October 2014
Species League September 2014
Species League August 2014
Species League July 2014
Species League June 2014
 Species League May 2014
Species League April 2014
Species League March 2014
Species league February 2014
Species league January 2014

2013
Species League Final Results 2013
Species League November 2013
Species League October 2013
Species league September 2013
Species League August 2013
Species League July 2013
Species League June 2013
Species League May 2013
Species League April 2013
Species League March 2013

Species League February 2013
Species League January 2013
Handicaps for 2013
2012
Species League Final Results 2012
Species League November 2012
Species League October 2012
Species League September 2012
Species League June 2012
Species League May 2012
Species League April 2012
Species League March 2012
Species League February 2012
Species League January 2012

 

2011

Species League December 2011 (Final Result)
Species League November 2011
Species League October 2011
Species League September 2011
Species League August 2011
Species League July 2011
Species League June 2011

2010
Final Result
2009
Final Result
2008
Final Result
2007
Final Result
2006
Final Result
2005
Final Result
2004
Final Result
2003
Final Result

 

SPECIES LEAGUE RULES (Updated 5th December 2012)

 

RULES

Please note there is no entry fee.
Members earn points when participating in any WBSAC senior closed shore matches (not open matches). Minimum numbers fishing per match to be as per club rule 10 i.e. 3 entrants.

To qualify for the opportunity of becoming the Species League Champion, members must fish within the club year a minimum of 10 shore matches. Once achieved the aim is to keep bettering one’s own lowest score, to earn as many points as possible, and also build up end of year bonus points, as match points and bonus points added together will determine the Species League Champion (there will also be a match points champion and a handicap league based on match points earned).

MATCH POINTS
1 point: no fish brought to the scales.

2 points: for weighing in.

HEAVIEST FISH
3 points for the heaviest fish.
2 points for the second heaviest.
These two fish removed: 1 point for the heaviest of each species.
No individual member can have 1
st and 2nd heaviest fish, in this instance the points move to the 3rd heaviest fish, and the 2nd heaviest earns 1 point as the heaviest of its species.
In the event of any tie all tied members receive the same number of points.

Species Caught in match: Shore  3 = 1 point, 4 = 2, 5 = 3, 6 = 4, and so on.

END OF YEAR BONUS POINTS

Heaviest fish of the year from shore will receive 5 bonus points and .
With these two fish removed: 3 points for the heaviest of each species, 2 points second heaviest, and 1 point third heaviest. No member can have 1
st, 2nd and 3rd heaviest of any species. Only the best fish caught per member will earn bonus points.
In the event of any tie all tied members receive the same number of points.

Species points: all members earn 1 point for each different species caught in shore matches during the year. e.g. a member catching 15 species during the year will earn 15 bonus points.

Should more than one member have the same total number of points at year-end, the tied member who has caught the best specimen from closed shore matches will determine ties; this applies for all awards.

The junior champion will be the junior who earns the most points fishing senior shore matches providing that the junior has qualified i.e. has fished 10 senior matches minimum.

SPECIES LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS

1
st £50-00, framed certificate and an inscribed cap.
2
nd £30-00.
3
rd £20-00.
4
th £15-00.
5
th £10-00.
Match Points Champion: framed certificate.
Top Lady: framed certificate.
Top Junior: framed certificate.

Handicap League (prizes are Angling Centre vouchers)

1st   £30-00 voucher and a framed certificate.

2nd  £25-00 voucher.

3rd  £20-00 voucher.

4th  £15-00 voucher.

5th  £10-00 voucher.
 

Please note handicaps are issued in January of each year.
 

Angling Trust minimum sizes will apply to all fish brought to the scales.
 

A separate junior match Species League Championship will be run along side the senior league, with a 1st 2nd and 3rd certificate, plus a Junior League Match Points Champion certificate. For the juniors league the fish ten matches to qualify rule is dropped; minimum size does not apply as all fish are weighed.

The Species League was devised by Dave Cornick and is the Copyright of West Bay Sea Angling Club©

 

 

 

 

 

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