25th ANNUAL LOCKEPORT SEA DERBY
AUGUST 12th-14th, 2016
We are excited to be celebrating our quarter-century event and are proud to be the longest running derby in Nova Scotia. Where it is our 25th Anniversary, we are hoping to do a few more things to make this year’s derby one to remember. If you have any suggestions or would like to help in any way please email us or contact a committee member.
The following is a list of 2015 winners:
Largest Mackerel – Jessica Stewart
2nd Largest Mackerel – Kevin Cotter
Largest Groundfish – Madelyne MacIntosh
2nd Largest Groundfish – Keithen Morash
DRAWS FOR FISHING RODS DONATED BY LOCKEPORT WELDING
Issac McGormy, Riley Hupman, Emma Elliott, Landon Thompson, Sianna O’Brien, Scarlette Wolfe, Robbie Swansburg, Ava Poole, Blake Lloyd, Katie Bullick
DRAWS FOR YOUTH LIFE JACKETS DONATED BY VERNON D’EON FISHING SUPPLIES LTD
Brandi Pushie, Brody Adeema, Aiden Lloyd, Kristian Matthews, Bethany Chetwynd, Liam Brasky, Madelyne MacIntosh, Ashley Hiltz, Joel Roache, Avery Lloyd, Issac Johnston, Brooke Cotter, Landon Wolfe, Cohen Shaffer, Zackary Huskins, Lucus Brasky, Ethan Hoskins, Keithan Hemeon, Tanner Townsend, Nathan Cotter
DRAWS FOR YOUTH LIFE JACKETS DONATED BY LOCKEPORT SEA DERBY ASSOCIATION
Ethan Wolfe, Angela Myrick, Cassidy Chetwynd, Jennie Wolfe, Makayla Williams, Mckinly O’Brien, Keithen Morash, Evan Hiltz, Joel Williams, Jessica Stewart, Dartanion Bullick, Isabelle Chetwynd, Colby Goyetche, Amber Cotter, Kevin Cotter, Carter Morash
YOUTH GRAND PRIZE $200.00 – Bethany Chetwynd
YOUTH BIKE AND HELMET – Cohen Shaffer
Largest Mackerel – Dennis Stuart
2nd Largest Mackerel – Vivian Morash
Largest Groundfish – Lindsay Williams
2nd Largest Groundfish – Jennifer MacIntosh
Largest Shark – Nicholas Labour
2nd Largest Shark – J.P. Huskins
ADULT PACKAGE PRIZES
Jackie Annesty, David (Sibley) Stewart, Emily Stewart, Stacey Thompson, Shalea O’Brien, Robert Stuart, Sterling Cotter, Devon Stuart, Beth Chandler, Jason Thompson, James DeMings, Jason Chetwynd
Anna Cotter, Chelsea Dash, Patti Lightfoot, Darlene Chetwynd, Cassie Olson
Chum King – Robert Buchanan
Chum Queen – Jennifer MacIntosh
Gordie Taylor Memorial Prize Donated by Cotter’s Ocean Products – Beth Chandler
David Hollett Memorial Prize Donated by Cotter’s Ocean Products – Lindsay Williams
50/50 Draw – Susan Wolfe
Wire Lobster Trap donated by Wade’s Wire Traps – Kim Ringer
Wire Lobster Trap Chair donated by Island Traps – Jony Croft
Non-Shark Boat Captain – Terry Morash
Non-Shark Boat Captain – Wayde Wolfe
Shark Boat Captain – Jamie Goodick
Evaluation Prize – Kevin Cotter
GRAND PRIZE DRAWS
BBQ – Greg Buchanan
GoPro Camera – Devin Acker
$1000.00 – Dr. Alfred Mestel
For more information email : firstname.lastname@example.org
IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ AND BE AWARE IF YOU INTEND ON CATCHING SHARK!!!!
INFORMATION FOR 2015
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 24th 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:
1) 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.
2) Also so that we have an indication of how much activity there is during the year, we are also asking the operator to hail out prior to fishing. Note that the conditions say if the operator is not using a commercial vessel so that they do not have a VRN they are to use 9999 as the VRN. This will report an ” unidentified recreational vessel”. The hail out number is on the licence conditions 1 (866) 665-4451 (ENGLISH) or 1 (866) 665-4452 (FRENCH); it is the same number that is used by commercial fishermen.