The last two trophies were awarded to their recipients at the Annual Dinner which was held at the Argyll Hotel last Saturday evening.
The Jimmy Docherty Rover Challenge Trophy was awarded to Bill Rankin and Allan Miller, for the most club waters fished with fish being caught.
And the Peter Manson Award went to John Pickett for the most fish being caught at Dunoon Reservior
Just goes to show there are still plenty fish in Loch Tarsan even after the competitions have finished, Bill Rankin had excellent day last weekend and caught 13 fish all well above the 9″ two of which are shown here, 1lb and a 1-3/4lb fish, and all were returned to the water unharmed. Allan Miller also had 5 good fish to his name and returned safely. So plenty fish up there and still another full month of the brown trout season to go … get up there !
The final Tarsan competition was held on Saturday 5th August 2017. Only five competitors came to the weigh in. The top rod was Bill Rankin, with six fish at 2lbs 15ozs. All five competitors weighed in fish.
After five days of intense fishing the Tarsan Competition for 2017 has drawn to a close.
Nine members fished the competition
Total fish caught was 102 @ 68lbs 7oz and the heaviest fish was 1lb 5oz and the average weight was 10.7oz
1st place was Lee Lindop with 31 @ 20lbs 13oz
2nd place was Keith Mackenzie with 21 @ 13lbs 1oz
3rd place was Bill Rankin with 19 @ 10lbs 14oz
So the winner of the P.J. Mackenzie Cup for 2017 is Lee Lindop, he also wins the Tarsan Cup for the heaviest fish at 1lb 5oz …. well done Lee !
So next season Lee Lindop, Bill Rankin and Keith Mackenzie go through to represent the club in the Scottish Nationals Competition, we wish them well !
Over 50s, the 5 July 2017 results:
Only 6 competitors came to the weigh in at the boat house at 4pm.
The top rod and the winner of the over 50s competition was Bill Rankin, with 10 fish at 4lbs 14ozs. In second place was Alan Miller, with 7 fish at 4lbs 11ozs.
A total of 23 fish were caught by the six competitors, all boat fishing.
A strong gusting wind combined with a high loch made fishing hard on Saturday, 24 June 2017 for the fourth Tarsan competition. Only six competitors came to the weigh in at the boathouse at 6pm and the top rod for the day was Lee Lindop with 10 fish at 5lb 8ozs. In second place was Bill Rankin, with 4 at 2lbs
The water was very high, making fishing from the bank very difficult and seven competitors came to the weigh in at the boat house at 11pm. The results are as follows:
Lee Lindop was top rod, with 8 fish at 4lb 3oz.
Second was Harry Lindop, with 3 fish at 1lb 9ozs.
Therefore Lee Lindop wins the Tarsan Moth competition for 2017
We have added these new videos to our website, these can also be viewed on the tabs of the relevant water.
Thanks to ://crankinphotography.co.uk/ for the making of these videos.