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Quiz Answers

Posted by on Friday, December 23, 2011 (PST)

Here are the answers to Bill's Christmas Quiz. There were very few entries this year with no one getting 100%.

(1) What in 1657 was named Barker’s Delight?
A book called The Art Of Angling

(2) Dolphin, trout, grayling, pike, mackerel, bream, carp, sparling and shark have all been featured in what?
They have all been featured on Coats of Arms

(3) What is on the end of your line? Peltbred liaaily. (anagram)
Redbelly Tilapia

(4) Which is the odd one out.. Bustard, dotterel, grouse, bittern, land rail?
Grouse. It’s the only one whose feathers are still legal for fly tying.

(5) What are they used for.. Minky boobies, zonkers, dog nobblers, czech mates, krystal eggs?
Fly Fishing (they are flies)

(6) Sceote is an 11th century name for what fish?

(7) What is a lazy back or idle back?
a Rod Rest

(8) Where would you find a Cristivomer namaycush (not an anagram)
In the Great Lakes, it’s a Great Lakes Trout, so can be found in Canada and Eastern USA in deep lakes.


New Notices
  • Christmas Match Results 2018
    The weather was kind to us for the Christmas Match on December 2nd and 13 members competed on the Top Lake at Reffolds for the MacDonald Cup.

  • In Memorium
    Frank Pollitt ("Lofty")

  • Thank you to those who attended the working party.
    Lots of jobs done today and my grateful thanks to Colin, Mike, John, Peter, Peter and Roy as all worked hard on behalf of our membership.



    New Photos

    Gallery Image: Christmas 2018
    Christmas 2018

    Gallery Image: Solstice2017.jpg

    Gallery Image: Winning Pair
    Winning Pair


    New Results

  • JuniorForm.pdf
    Junior membership application form.