Fishing Association: Silveridge Conservation Award
Two anonymous benefactors have each generously
donated 100 pounds to the Avon Fishing Association.
committee has agreed to set up an award to be
known as the “Silveridge Conservation Award”. The
money will be used towards the purchase of a waterproof digital camera.
The camera will be presented at the annual Social Event to the member
who makes the greatest contribution towards the conservation of fish
stocks. The award winner, who will have use of the camera for a year,
will be announced at the AGM.
committee has agreed to
use the following method to select the award winner.
percentage numbers will be calculated for
percentages will be added together for each member. This final figure
expresses commitment to the conservation of salmon, sea trout and brown
trout stocks in the river. The angler with the highest score will be
Silveridge Conservation Award.
- The number of salmon they returned expressed as
percentage of the total number of salmon caught by all AFA members
- The number of sea trout they returned as a
percentage of the total number of sea trout caught by all AFA members
- The number of brown trout they returned
expressed as a percentage of the total number of brown trout caught by
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