2012 fantasy pike fly challenge

This will also be a strict catch & release affair!


Players pick 4 flies for the season

12 flies to choose from
(Found in the left sidebar)
6 tubes
6 hooked
6 substitute flies (3 x tubes & 3 x hooked)

5 flies will be tied for each specific fly design, and will be used through out the season. Once each fly becomes unusable to fish with, it will be replaced with a new one until all five are finished.
Flies will be regularily photographed to show their condition throughout the Fantasy league challenge.

Points tally
Points will be tallied up at the end of each week and added to the league table in the sidebar so players can see where they are standing

1 point will be given for each fish caught
2 extra points will be awarded for a fish over 75cm (2,46 ft)
4 extra points will be awarded for a fish over 85cm (2,78 ft)
6 extra points will be awarded for a fish over 1 meter (3,28 ft)

I will alternate between using tube flies one days and hooked flies the next and each fly will be changed after each fish caught which will even out the playing field so to say!

1. Substitutions will be submitted as and when I feel the need
change the playing field. for example certain flies will perform better during different times of the year.
2. 3 x substitutions will take place throughout the course of
the season.
3. Each player gets to choose one tube and one hooked fly
would like to change. The flies that get the most vote
for that
specific substitution period get used!

Play offs!
1. On the 30th September all the points will be tallied up and
the top 10 players will go into the October play offs which
will end on the 31st October.

2. All the flies will be brought back into play for each of the
ten players.

3. Players can then choose to either keep the
ones they have or change to other models during the play

All entrants need to be submitted by the latest 15th May.
Send your entry name to uivelon_kierros@yahoo.co.uk with (2012 Fantasy pike fly challenge) as a header

Tuesday, 10 April 2012

More choices on the chopping board!

Pike eat pike...its what they do! and no respecting challenge like this one wouldn't be complete without a fly that imitated a snotrocket. I started fishing with this Olive/yellow/white pike imitation woodhead early last year and it was a very successful . It has fantastic movement under the surface and will be one of the few flies in the collection of 18 that will catch fish throughout spring, summer & autumn.

The pink/white replot stinger.....you just know you wanna have this fly in your team! It will have logevity as its primerily tied with fur n feathers, in fact I have several still in great condition after two seasons of fishing with them. A fantastic spring & late autumn colour. Dont hold out much for this in the summer though as I could have this on my line for long periods in the warm water.

Tied up three tube flies yesterday which will be added tomorrow that will most definitely interest you.....well they're flies I would have in my starting four any day!

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