Round 2 Daly River 30-31 March 2019 Information

Posted by on Mar 22, 2019 in 2019, Round Info

Round 2 Daly River 30-31 March 2019 Information

Whilst it is not anticipated that the effects of Cyclone Trevor will impact greatly on the Daly River, we will look at the river conditions early next week to decide if there is a need to have a contingency plan for the round. Below is the Round 2 information as it stands.

 

Daly River Round 2 – 2019

Round 2 of the 2019 Top End Barra Series will be held at Daly River over the weekend of the 30th & 31st March 2019

The Round 2 Scorecard will be sent out on Thursday 28th in the afternoon by email to enable people travelling down earlier to have it on hand. The scorecard will also be available on the website for download on Thursday.

Please show respect to all other users on the water as there may be a lot of other anglers on the river during the weekend.

Best of luck to everyone during Round 2.

VHF 71

Boundaries:

You can fish from Clear Creek to a point 10 klms upstream of the old Daly River Crossing (roughly 13.49.50 S & 130.44.07 E). The upstream of the crossing has been introduced as a trial in 2019 and as a result of requests from some competitors in 2018.

Cautions:  Please stay safe on the river, look out for stumps, sandbars and rockbars when travelling.

Scoring:   

Fishing is from 6am Saturday until 6pm Sunday.  Results for Round 2 to be in by 5pm Monday 1st April unless a prior arrangement has been made with Ross.

Please use the upload results tab on the www.tebs.fish website.

If you do experience any difficulty with uploading your fish to the website, please contact Rossco at ross@tebs.fish 

The results on the web will be provisional until they have been checked. The final Round 2 scores will be confirmed by Friday 5th April.

Lures: It would be great if you could put the effort into telling us what lures your fish were caught on when uploading your images in the comments sections as this would be helpful feedback to send back to our lure sponsors.

Photographing Fish.

When photographing your fish on your measure device ensure the mouth is closed and the round card is next to the fish. Clear photos make it easier for point score verification. Fish will be adjusted down by scorers accordingly if mouth is opened.

Photos and Comments:   

Any interesting comments coming out of the weekend are welcome. Photos of people catching fish, boats out on the water, action shots, wildlife and people holding fish are all important to us to provide to Alex Julius’ NT News column, end of year write  up, our web page and Facebook page. If you have taken a few good photos would you please email them with any comments to ross@tebs.fish on Monday.  Photos taken in high resolution format are the best for media. The deadline for Alex is Tuesday night.

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TEBS Round 1 Shady & Coastal Scorecard

Posted by on Feb 28, 2019 in 2019, Round Scorecard

TEBS Round 1 Shady & Coastal Scorecard

Please find the 2019 Round 1 scorecard below. The scorecard is in colour and black and white. Either is acceptable.

There are printable word documents with the images as well as ‘jpg’ images.

It is a good idea to print a couple in case the wind blows one away.

Make sure the mouth of your fish is closed and the score card is visible in the photo.

Word Doc’s – click on either below

ScorecardColour               ScorecardBW

Jpg – click on image

 

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Round 1 2019 Shady & Coastal Information

Posted by on Feb 25, 2019 in 2019, Round Info

Round 1 2019 Shady & Coastal Information

Round 1 Boundary as per photo below.

You are able to fish within the confines of the attached map as well as the fresh water side of Shady Camp and for those who prefer a shorter run, the Mary River bridge lagoon. The red line runs from the eastern bank of the Wildman to the western bank of Marsh Creek. You may fish inside the Wildman and Marsh.

Channel 72 VHF

Good luck to all involved and most importantly I hope everyone has a great weekend. The Shady round is a challenging start to TEBS.

Fishing is from 6am Saturday until 6pm Sunday.  Results for Round 1 to be uploaded by 5pm on Monday 4th March unless a prior arrangement has been made with Rossco

Please use the upload facility on the tebs.fish website.  If you do experience any difficulty with uploading your fish to the website, please advise Rossco at ross@tebs.fish

Here is a screen shot of where on webpage

The results on the web will be provisional until photo returns have been checked by the 2019 TEBS Volunteer Group.

TEBS continues to be a fun and friendly but competitive competition. TEBS is an opportunity to make new friends whilst challenging yourself to get a few fish. Help keep up this tradition and please lend a helping hand at the boat ramp as it may be a little hectic on the weekend.

The success of this competition relies on honesty. Fish within the boundaries and only claim your fish and in the designated time frame of 6am Saturday to 6pm Sunday.

You can measure fish on a brag mat or the TEBS or similar measurement sticker. Make sure the mouth of your fish is closed and the score card is visible in the photo. You may place a copy of the weekends NT News next to your fish if you have had difficulty printing the Score card.

The organizers will have the final decision on the measurement of the fish.

You can register your best 5 Barra over and including 50cm. Once you have your 5 fish you can upgrade by dropping off your smallest one. Please observe the local personnel possession limits and other regulations.

There will be a prize for the biggest Threadfin and Jewfish caught on a lure this Round as well.

This year there will be an end of year prize or two for the best photo/s from each Round. There will also be a prize for the best Iron Jack related photo.

Good / high resolution photos of people catching fish, boats on the water, action shots, landscapes, wildlife and people holding fish are important to us to provide to Alex Julius’ NT News column, on our web and Facebook pages and for the end of year NAFA article. If you have taken a few good shots and are happy for them to be used would you please email them to ross@tebs.fish on Monday or by Tuesday night at the latest.

Any short stories are also very useful and help with writing the results of each Round up.

The Round Score Card will be sent out Thursday and will also be available on the website on Thursday.

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Round 6 2018 Scorecard – Adelaide River

Posted by on Oct 18, 2018 in 2018, Round Scorecard

Round 6 2018 Scorecard – Adelaide River

Please find below links to the Round 6 Scorecard. 

We still need some high resolution photos from throughout the year to add to the 2018 coverage of TEBS in the December NAFA magazine. If you have some good photos to share please send to Rossco.

The Iron Jack Evakool esky photo competition is still running so get them in.

When photographing your fish on the measure device ensure the mouth is closed and the round card is next to the fish. Clear photos make it easier for point score verification.

Please also set your camera to the correct date so that date/time metadata can be verified. Competitors may disable location if they would like to keep their exact fishing locations private.

 

Round 6 Scorecard Colour

Round 6 Scorecard BW

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