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Judging at the AKA convention
I was reading over the most recent JAKA the other day (which BTW I thought
was an excellent issue) and I started to look over the judging scores of
fish from from the 1997 convention. What I do not understand is how the
best of show fish (A. fugens) can score an 89.5 while several winners of
other classes had higher scores -- including a pair of T. dolichopterus
that scored a 95. Are the criteria for deciding BOS different from that of
rating each class? No flames of the AKA are intended here. I'm just
curious as to how the system works. I always assumed that the BOS was the
highest rated fish, but apparently that is not neccessarily true.
Thanks in advance for enlightening me.
Regards (and happy holiday)
lund at umbi_umd.edu