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Welcome to Lockeport Sea Derby

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26th ANNUAL LOCKEPORT SEA DERBY 

AUGUST 11th-13th, 2017

Student Job Opportunity – Lockeport Sea Derby Festival Coordinator

Applications must be received by Friday, May 5, 2017

Job start date is Monday May 22, 2017

Job runs from May 22nd – August 25th @ $11.50/hr for 35 hours per week.

****More details for Job Opportunity are posted on the Events page****

 

 

 Thanks to everyone who made the 2016 Sea Derby a huge success. We had 267 participants. See below for a list of winners.

Youth Largest Mackerel – Bethany Chetwynd .88lbs 14.5″

Youth 2nd Largest Mackerel – Mattie Taylor .80 lbs 13.75″

Youth Largest Groundfish – Evan Hiltz 5.2 lbs 26″

Youth 2nd Largest Groundfish – Kristian Matthews 5.0 lbs 26′

$200 Youth Grand Prize – Emma Armstrong

Samsung Galaxy Tablet – Nicole Bradley

There were prize draws which consisted of Tackle boxes, Fishing rods, Life jackets, Sou’Westers, Lunch Containers and sport balls. All youth who participated in derby received a prize.

Adult Largest Mackerel – Stephen Faye 1.07 lbs 15.75″

Adult 2nd Largest Mackerel – Jamie Goodick 1.05 lbs 15.75″

Adult Largest Groundfish – Robert Buchanan 7.8 lbs 28.75″

Adult 2nd Largest Groundfish – Glenn Hebb 5.5 lbs 26′

Adult Largest Shark – Marshall Bower & Crew – 1076 lbs

Adult 2nd Largest Shark – Robert Bradley 291.89 lbs

Non- Shark Boat Captain Prize #1 – Alan Lannone

Non-Shark Boat Captain Prize #2 – Sheldon Scott

Shark Boat Captain Prize #1 – Jamie Goodick

Shark Boat Captain Prize #2 – Kevin Williams

Adult Prize Packages – Tanya Snow, Gregory Goodick, Albert Drake, Dean Fiske, Berry Dory, Sheldon Scott, Jeff Williams, Pat Mullen.

Women’s Prizes – Donna Morash, Anna Cotter, Noelle Wolfe, Margaret Chetwynd, Karen Dash.

Memory of Gordie Taylor – Terri Cotter

Memory of David Hollett – Jackie Annesty

Memory of Chris Collishaw – Stephen Faye

50/50 Draw $441.50 – Fabyan Burke

Wire Trap – Dennis Stuart

Poker Draw $395.00 – Andre Fiske

Free entry for 2017 – Emma Elliott

Adult Grand Prize Draws

$1000.00 – Roger Taylor

Fitbit Charge HR – Gregory Goodick

Spy Point Xcel HD2 Camera-Hunting Edition – Ed Loveless

Spy Point Invisible LED Trail Camera and Case – Rocky Arsenault

$250.00 – Jim Smith

$250.00 – Nicholas Buchanan

Prize Draw which consisted of 19 holes of golf, camo chair, free chimney sweep – Kevin Williams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SHARK LOG DMP RULE

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PLEASE READ AND BE AWARE IF YOU INTEND ON CATCHING SHARK!

INFORMATION FOR 2016

UPDATE ON DMP (DOCKSIDE MONITORING PROGRAM) FOR SHARK:

MANDATORY DMP PROGRAM FOR THE RECREATIONAL SHARK FISHERY.  What this means for any shark licence holder, is that your log MUST be sent in to an official DFO Designated Dockside Monitoring Company, whether or not you catch any shark.

If you catch shark, you must fill in your log as always, filling in the required information – even if you DO NOT catch any shark….you must put “NIL” on your log and send it in.  For this year’s 25th  Annual Lockeport Sea Derby, we have checked into this for our participants, and one company “Barrington Catch Monitoring” has agreed to come on board as a major sponsor and do all of our shark logs for free – YOU MUST PASS THEM IN TO KAREN DASH ON  THE WHARF and they must be filled in with the proper shark information or be a “NIL” report if there were none caught by you.

The Lockeport Sea Derby Association takes no responsibility for the information participants put on their logs – therefore, it is up to the licence holders to ensure they are filled out correctly before being handed in for this Free input program!

SHARK FISHING PARTICIPANTS:

UPDATED REQUIREMENT INFORMATION FROM DFO:

 We have introduced the requirement for the operator of the vessel to submit a single monitoring document for all recreational licence holders on the vessel. Hopefully this will make it easier for most of the participants. The monitoring document is attached to the end of the conditions.

*NEW*

Instead of boats individually having to hail in and out, this year the derby association will be responsible for this!