The Trophy Winners - Specimen Trophies

THE BASS TROPHY (1992)


Presented by Mr R A Proctor.

For the best specimen Bass caught on any official Club trip or at any venue along the

EA Southern Region during the season. All fish must be over 18in (45cm).

THE MULLET CUP (1967)

Presented by Mr. R. King.

For the best specimen Mullet caught on any official Club trip or at any venue along the

EA Southern Region during the season. All fish must be over 13in (33cm).

Prior to 1990 the Cup was won on an aggregate total of all the Mullet caught in matches organised by the Club.

THE HAMILTON CUP (1971)

 

Presented by Mr. W.W. Hamilton.

For the best specimen sea fish caught from a beach on any official Club trip or at any venue along the

EA Southern Region during the season.

Each fish is measured as a percentage against it's national record and the winner is the fish with the highest percentage. Prior to 2016, the trophy was awarded on the same basis, but only fish caught in official Club matches qualified.

THE MILLIS TROPHY (1985)

 

Presented by Mr. C. Millis.

To be awarded annually for the best specimen fish caught on a Club boat competition.

Each fish is measured as a percentage against it's national record and the winner is the fish with the highest percentage.

THE BUCKHURST CUP (1955)

 

Presented by the 10th Lord De La Warr.

For the best specimen Pike caught by a CDAA member in Club waters during the year.

Prior to 1997 this competition was fished as an aggregate weight competition for Pike caught in a single match organised by the Club.

THE WILSON CUP (1972 - 2002)

 

Presented by Mr. K.J.B. Wilson.

Awarded for the best aggregate weight of Pike caught by a Junior member in an annual competition.

This trophy was believed to be lost in 2002 and the competition was discontinued.

THE ROACHMAN TROPHY (1978)

 

Presented by the Sellings family of the late Vice-President Arthur Sellings.

To be awarded annually to the member who catches the best specimen Roach in Club competitions during the year.

JOHN CLARK MEMORIAL TENCH TROPHY (1999)

Presented by Mr. K.J.B. Wilson in memory of John Clark.

For the best specimen Tench caught in Club waters during the year.

THE PERCH TROPHY (2006)

 

Presented by Mr. P.White & Mrs. J.Thorpe-Apps.

For the best specimen Perch caught in Club waters during the year.

TONY BARNARD MEMORIAL CARP TROPHY (2012)


Presented by Mr. M. Barnard and Mrs. J. Barnard in memory of the late Vice-President Tony Barnard.

For the best specimen Carp caught in Club waters during the year.

THE GRAHAM HARVEY MEMORIAL TROPHY (1979)

Presented by G. Harvey and family in memory of their son.

To be awarded annually to the junior member who catches the best specimen fish in Junior Club competitions

during the year.

Each fish is measured as a percentage against it's national record and the winner is the fish with the highest percentage. Prior to 2008 this trophy was awarded to the Junior with the highest number of points in the

Angler of the Year competition.

THE POTTER CUP (1965)


Presented by Mr. T. F. Potter.

For the best specimen coarse freshwater fish caught in Club competitions during the year.

Each fish is measured as a percentage against it's national record and the winner is the fish with the highest percentage.

FISH OF THE YEAR COMPETITION (1970)


Presented by Crowborough Social Club.

For the best specimen fish caught by a member in any water around the British Isles providing it is vouched for by some responsible person.

The fish will be compared against its species current national record and given a percentage rating and

the fish with the highest rating will be judged “Fish of the Year.”

Where more than one fish has the same rating then consideration will be given to the water from which it was taken. Prior to 2015 this trophy was a keepsake only.

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