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Enjoy. But be careful.
Such a shame for the Torbay Festival.
Useful read from the local IFCAS office on selling of fish.
More importantly they are currently looking at changing the potting permits for the live Wrasse fishery that we have locally in the Devon and Severn District. For those that don't know, there are 480 special marked pots operated currently by four boats (120 each) for catching live Wrasse.  The IFCAS would like to remove the Rock Cook Wrasse from the catch list. Anyone intrested should contact D and S and tell them what you think about this amendment.
Don't forget. Stay at home and save lives.
Easy peasy.
Please respect.
One for the diary
Still a little confussion over the Spurdog weights that Wyvern are using for it's own internal events like fish of the months and the photo comps via our face book page.  Please see attached. These were voted on at our AGM in November and brought in.

Please note the the A T specimen weights remain as per published for each area. Wyvern decided that some area weights are too low but no weights where to be changed within the AT until possibly December 2020.
One for the diary.
The wyvern presentation evening will be on the 25th January at the RBL, Alphington, Exeter. 8pm start. All our winners will collect their awards from 2019.  
There will be a 30 minute presentation from the local IFCAS officers followed by the presentation. The evening will end with a buffet and raffle.
Everyone welcome and it is hoped all winners can come along and pick up their awards in person this year.
Looks intresting.
Junior runner up
Best junior
Team winners
Winner of the wyvern open at Slapton Russell Preston from Bristol. His winning combo was a doggie of 2lb 3oz and a whiting of 1lb 13oz.
Well done to all 148 anglers who signed on today.  Full results out in the next few days.
Looking good at the wyvern open at slapton today. Just over 150 signed in today.
Last post about the wyvern open on sunday. Winds from the south west on sunday so perfect for slapton.  Should be a great competition as normal. Sign on from 11am and the end markers will be in position by just after 10am. Cheaper parking on offer for the whole day, more details at the sign on. A 4 hour ticket will last you all day but you must display our slip of paper from the sign on.
Just under a week to go for this great event. Please support your local Wyvern Region's open shore on the 5th.
Cheaper parking has also been arranged this year on the day in the main car parks.  Look out for car window slips at the sign on table. You will need one to get the discount.
Please can we ask you all to share this post or even better just copy the poster to your profile and share it.
Hope to see you all at the sign on.
Don't forget to pop this one in your diary.
Always popular just after Christmas.
Its also a Penn Plus Match so more Penn points on offer.
Congratulations to Roy Repton of Brixham SAC on winning the Wyvern main award of the Castle Trophy.  A big well done to all our main winners who have caught some amazing fish.
All our awards will be made on Saturday 25th January 2020 at the RBL in Alphington, Exeter. All Wyvern clubs and their members plus families are welcome to attend.  It is hoped all the winners will be present to collect their awards on the evening.  All winners will be notified after xmas.
The wyvern presentation evening will be on Saturday 25 January at the RBL, Alphington Exeter.  Everyone's welcome plus wyvern clubs are asked to come along with their members on the night. Bring your family. Gets underway 7.30pm for an 8pm start. All our awards will be made on the night.
There will be a guest speaker, grand draw and free buffet.

Clubs, have you paid your £10 entry into our FOM and Castle Trophy competition? The new season is upon us and all entry money was due 1st oct.  Please make all cheques payable to just
First competition of the year and always a good one.
One for the diary.
The clock is ticking towards this competition.
Please can everyone like and share this post to get the word out for our open event in january.
One for the diary
Can all Wyvern clubs who took part in the castle trophy and fish of the month from 1st oct 18 till 30th sept 19 please look on the wyvern website and check through the results please.  Any errors, please query them asap.
Don't forget.
Great news from the Lyme Bay Reserve team.
A great picture of junior Reid Trevett of Honiton SAC.

*Please note, important*

The wyvern presentation eve will be on Saturday 25th January at the RBL in Alphington,  Exeter. Everyone is welcome to come along and join in and collect their awards at 8pm. It is hoped ALL winners and clubs will make the effort to come along and collect the certs and medels. This only happens one night a year so please put it in your diaries.  Letters will be going out shortly to all Wyvern clubs who have paid their £10 entry last year, this will be to claim awards such as best lady, conger, black bream etc etc.  A reminder to all clubs that the £10 entry is now due for this years FOM and castle trophy competitions.  Any cheques should be made payable to simply "wyvern"

A full list of FOM winners for both catch and release and normal catch and keep are now listed on our wyvern website. Please can all clubs and members check these results for any miss spelling of names and clubs etc.
One more important date is our AGM again at the RBL on Wednesday November 13th. All wyvern clubs should send a delegate to vote on the proposals.
Any club who take part in the yearly Wyvern Region fish of the month and castle trophy are reminded that the £10 entry became due on the 1st October. Any money (cheques made payable to wyvern) should be sent to mike spiller asap or at least before any fish are sent to paul cottell for October catches.
A good competition up on the north coast.
Please note the plymouth federation were supposed to be having an open event next weekend at slapton and beesands.
This has now been cancelled.
Be good to see a bumper turn out this weekend down at Salcombe.
A nice forecast for this one tomorrow. 
Lets hope for a great turn out from club and unattached juniors.
Just a week away for this one.  Open to all juniors 16 years or younger.
Get yourself down there.
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