Tim Smith Posted December 12, 2007 Report Share Posted December 12, 2007 "ISA Fish Story of the Year Contest" What story from 2007 best conveys what made fishing worthwhile to you this year? Post your best fish story from 2007 on this thread before January 10th and be published as an attributed author in the Bronzeback Bulletin during 2008. Your entry must convey in some way a narrative story, preferably (although not necessarily) a true one. Entry formats are entirely unrestricted. Any narrative format that conveys your fish story in written form is acceptable. These could include fishing reports, essays, short stories or more. Preferable size for entries is less than 1500 words and should not exceed 2500 words. Don't sweat the editing, just get your story on the page! Entries will be judged on general interest and quality and the degree to which they capture the values the ISA hopes to inspire and embody: 1) our enjoyment of the resource 2) our desire to protect and preserve the fishing experience and especially the rivers and lakes and ecosystems that support it. The fishing in the story does NOT have to be for smallmouth bass or posted by an ISA member (but given the setting, you might expect a competitive advantage if they are). An online poll will select the top nominees from the entrees here. The ISA officers will pick the top fish story of 2007 from that pool. Officers submitting entries will not vote. The winning story will be printed as an attributed article in the BronzeBack Bulletin during 2008. Any questions regarding the contest format can be posted below along with submitted entries. Good luck and good writing! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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