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[Killietalk] Showing and taking home fish | was show participation
At 6:25 PM -0700 8/1/05, Wright Huntley wrote:
*"Bill Shenefelt" <william_shenefelt at verizon.net> wrote:*
I never much got into showing fish. In the occasion I bid on a
"Show fish" it is usually with fair confidence that I have a short
while and not a great chance, of getting eggs prior to the fishes
demise. Not due to poor condition or old age, just due to the fact
that mature organisms are less adaptive.
Samuel Adams advised: "It does not take a majority to prevail...but
rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of
freedom in the minds of men."
C Harrison in St Louis -->
Show winners are "the best representatives of the Species and
then the Genera and then the best of the representatives" . The
winner is "THE" fish pair I would most want to take to my fish room
This is my concept of judging. Tell me what is wrong with this concept . . .
Isn't this written down someplace?
Charlie, what about the rules?
Charles & Sue Harrison
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