Measure or Weight

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Re: Measure or Weight

Post by rb85 » Wed Jun 22, 2022 7:18 pm

purple5ive wrote:
Wed Jun 22, 2022 5:47 pm
Yep. All depends on how serious things are taken I agree.
For example the pirtek one.
Everyone has to measure on the given bragmat so it's all consistent.
Weighing wise I dunno how people will get it right as scales won't be the same, and bringing fish to weigh in LIVE would be hard if its a big fish, dead fish yeah no worries can be brought in and weighed on the club scales
All depends what the club wants to do.

Clubs are good if its a good genuine one, a few ive seen seem to be a disguise for a pissup party from what I've seen.
For any game fishing scenario I would expect game fishing clubs would have periodically calibrated scales and approved weighmasters. The companies doing the calibrations would have to have industry recognized certification. Would be no LIVE weigh ins...

The Pirtek model is a good one for fun comps.
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