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Results: Trip to Yellowstone

Postby Pitti » Mon Sep 10, 2007 8:24 am

Hello :)

Congratulation to all participant! This was an extreme hard week and respect to all who kept up this contest.

And of course: A very special Congratulation to TheFisher1. Great excellence! :D


Here are the results:

1: TheFisher1 = 5237 Gold (3 River finished)

2: Oppimax = 5216 Silver (3 River finished)

3: Taupo Tiger = 5045 Bronze (3 River finished)

4: DCarp = 4736 (3 River finished)

5: Kaldi = 3775 (2 River finished)

6: Boston Bob = 3541 (2 River finished)

7: Cutch = 3538 (2 River finished)

8: William Feltham = 3375 (2 River finished)

9: Fishin Musician = 3227 (2 River finished)

10: Bobcat John = 3142 (2 River finished)



The next contest will be much easier and begins next weekend. :)

The Clubhouse is updatet. Don't forget to refresh all sites.

@TheFisher1: Please contact Paul for the 1. Prize. You can pick the next addon water. Look here


@all: Please send me your score on time! Today at the morning I have calculate all lists and update the clubhouse. 10 minutes later i got a pm from a laggard. I had to recalculate all results and highscores and upload it again! :? Fortunately I had the time today to do this, but next contest I'll close the acceptance on time at 12pm.

Btw: DCarp wrote some very nice new articels for the flybook at the library. Look at it. (refresh the screen).


Have a nice week :)

Regards Peter
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6th contest - Nigthmare in Yellostone Park!

Postby oppimax » Mon Sep 10, 2007 8:48 am

Hi all,

congratulations to all! :D

I think this one was a very good contest; thanks Pitti! Realy! :P
I learned a lot of things about RWFF and fly fishing indeed! I'm very happy! :wink:

Thefisher1...very good job! :D
Let me know how did you managed lewis River; I completed it twice and I lost ...two weeks's life!

Finishig it was a big satisfaction!

Let see all together in the next contest!

Ciao a tutti!
Massimo :P
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Postby taupo_tiger » Mon Sep 10, 2007 8:57 am

congratulations to all,


@pitti:
Today at the morning I have calculate all lists and update the clubhouse. 10 minutes later i got a pm from a laggard. I had to recalculate all results and highscores and upload it again! Fortunately I had the time today to do this, but next contest I'll close the acceptance on time at 12pm.


if this pm came from usa, it were the result of their local time, could that be?
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Postby Pitti » Mon Sep 10, 2007 9:27 am

if this pm came from usa, it were the result of their local time, could that be?


Oops :shock: Taupo, you are right, I always thought 6 hours ago to usa, but California has 9 hours back to Germany. Next contest I'll begin later to calculate.

Sorry, sorry, sorry :)

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Postby Boston Bob » Mon Sep 10, 2007 10:16 am

Pitti: This was a great contest. My congrats to the 4 that finished all three rivers. This was my quote to Peter as I sent in my score.

Nice contest, but if I was fishing the Lewis in real life, the Johnny Black would come into play. No fish, drink scotch......

When I said I was a novice at fly fishing, I meant it. We bass fisherman are always on the move. No strike we move on to the next spot. I admire the patience of all you expert fly fisherman.

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Contest

Postby kerrye » Mon Sep 10, 2007 12:52 pm

Congratulations to all participants. This was a good contest. I finished the Lewis once with a score of 1845 and continued with the Madison. Got a lock-up on the second site on the Madison and didn't really have time to get back into it. Maybe next time. :D
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Postby dcarp » Mon Sep 10, 2007 3:46 pm

Hello all,

Great job everyone - Especially Pitti for putting on a great contest! I agree with Oppimax - I learned a lot about the game this past week and hopefully that carries over into real fishing. Every cast counts, especially on the Lewis!!!

Last evening, I tied up a new fly, went on the Sheyboygen outing and landed fish after fish. It seemed so easy after battling the Lewis all week. :D If nothing else, I learned patience.

Congratulations TheFisher1! Can't wait to see what you pick for the next addon water.

Dave
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Postby Cutch » Mon Sep 10, 2007 5:40 pm

Congrat's to the winners :!: Thanks Pitti. I hope since this was a difficult contest on the expert mode, future contests won't be TOO EASY. :wink:
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Postby thefisher1 » Mon Sep 10, 2007 6:45 pm

Hey thanks guys,
Congradulations to all of you aslo, was a very hard tournament this time.

But I'm sure most of you will be happy with the new outing river of choice.

I'm sure it will bring all of us hours of fighting fishing fun.


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Postby taupo_tiger » Mon Sep 10, 2007 6:55 pm

:)
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