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Re: Collection Codes at Shows?
I'm looking at the judging sheet provided by Al Castro
and there is nothing on it regarding collection
codes. Fins, health, etc, but not collection codes.
So please send those beautiful aquarium strains.
--- Original Message ---
From: Wright Huntley <jwwiii at pacbell_net>
To: killietalk at aka_org
Subject: Re: Collection Codes at Shows?
>John Pendergrass wrote:
>> How important are they?
>Important to the hobby, and to the buyer/viewer. Not
too important to
>winning, though. Sometimes, but not always, those
with good ID can bring
>more at auction.
>> Should I forget about entering anything that
doesn't have a code?
>No way! Some BOS winners are from truly great
>Fish react differently to change of surroundings, so
great fish can look
>bad. I have found the best strategy is to enter
everything I can that is
>sound and looks reasonably decent. The judges have
fooled me several times,
>> Specifically WCW.
>I could be wrong, but I do not recall anything on the
BAKA judging sheets
>that mandates points change due to location or
collection code. [Sandy can
>correct me if I'm wrong, there.] If there is, it is a
very minor factor that
>can be overcome easily by healthy, happy fish.
>See you in Hayward, in April!
>Wright Huntley -- 650 843-1240 -- 866 Clara Dr. Palo
Alto CA 94303
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