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South African Deep Sea Angling Association
(Logo registered Dept.of Heraldry No.2926 dated March 14th 1997)
South African Deep Sea Angling Association
Five-Year Business Plan
Dated: July 2004
INDEX
PRESIDENTS REPORT 2004……………………………………………… 3
STRATEGIC
PLAN……………………………………………………………6
DEVELOPMENT…………………………………………………………………6
SADSAA DEVELOPMENT ORGANIGRAM…………………………………..9
SASACC DEVELOPMENT ORGANIGRAM…………………………………10
SADSAA HISTORY …………………………………………………………….12
SADSAA TASKS………………………………………………………………..13
SWOT ANALYSIS………………………………………………………………14
FINANCIAL STATEMENT…………………………………………………… 22
ADMINISTRATION …………………………………………………………….24
CODE OF CONDUCT…………………………………………………………..31
MEMBERSHIP GRAPHS………………………………………………………33
LOCAL AFFILIATIONS…………………………………………………………35
BACKGROUND OF INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATIONS ……………………37
BACKGROUND TO ANGLING/YEARBOOK……………………………… 40
WHERE TO FOR 2004 – 2009………………………………………………...42
2004 ANGLING CALENDAR………………………………………………….. 44
BASIC PHILOSOPHY OF THE SPORT OF DEEP SEA ANGLING……… 45
PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUMS………………….. .46
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FORTHCOMING INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUMS………………………. 46
ANTICIPATED INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS………………………..47
APPLICATION TO HOST MAJOR EVENT………………………………….. 49
FISHERMAN’S CREED……………………………………………………….. 50
000
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ANNUAL PRESIDENTS REPORT 2004 – 2009
PRÉCIS OF MAJOR TASKS PERFORMED DURING 2003
The SADSAA EXCO has been extremely busy this year with problems that have emanated from Governmental Sources. These entail
closures of launch sites – new bag limits etc. We have been unsuccessful in arranging an interview with the Department of
Environmental Affairs and Tourism-and the Minister of Sport on the various projects that we are planning between 2004 and 2010.
The highlights of our activities have been broken down into several headings, namely:
1.
Development – we now have development programmes up and running as per the request of the National Sports
Commission. This will be to the advantage of the sport as we are on a massive drive in the following three directions:
a. Recruiting members that have left the sport, plus the potential deep sea anglers who are now looking for a sport to get
involved in and who have the financial means to do so. The drive is to get them into the sport.
b. Juniors, most of the Provinces are concentrating intensively on their Junior angling, and this has been particularly
successful in a few of the Provinces, and is continuing to carry momentum.
c. Previous Disadvantaged, Our current skippers - and tackle box courses that we are running include all races and gender,
and we are happy to say that quite a few new members particularly in the PDI area are starting to come through our
programs.
d. Women anglers: Because of the nature of this sport, SADSAA does not differentiate between women and men when it
comes to angling. Our sport allows the boat to transport the angler to the area where the fishing takes place, so women
are not at any disadvantage as they are in some of the other fishing disciplines Once the vessel arrives at the fishing area,
their skills are equal to that of the men, and for this reason women and men fish at an even level of competition. This is an
internationally accepted norm.
e. We believe that we have been able to reverse the trend of reducing membership and with the new proposed Bols Brandy
sponsored membership card, we will be able to increase membership by arranging reciprocity at all clubs for SADSAA
members .Our code of conduct will ensure that our Rules and Regulations are obeyed by all our paid up members who
enjoy the association with SADSAA.
e. Launch sites – We have had an ongoing battle with the Government on launch sites, but have secured almost all the
launch sites for which we made application. We are still experiencing trouble in the Eastern Cape and Border area and
that would appear to be an administrative problem by Environmental Department. But we are working on this continually.
f. Bag Limits – We agreed at previous SAMLMA meetings that our recreational anglers would maintain the new proposed
Bag Limits i.e. we will be able to catch what is suggested in the new bag limit schedule. This is being attacked at present
by the SAMLMA Exco but will again be defended by our association at the next SAMLMA AGM in August 2004.
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g. Tournaments
World Trolling Championships – Sodwana Bay – We held a very successful tournament in May 2004 at Sodwana Bay.
We hosted the biggest FIPS-M 2004 World Trolling Championships in the Tournament’s 13-year history. 32 Teams from
18 different countries participated.
Although we discussed this with the various governmental departments we had no financial assistance from them at all,
but were able to hold a very successful tournament nevertheless and all the participants enjoyed the Country and our
hospitality. We must say great big thanks to TOURISM SOUTH AFRICA who were really helpful in assisting us with this
tournament. The EFSA tournament, which was held in Cape Town in November 2003, was also extremely successful.
We had 18 teams from various European countries and the results were excellent in as much as the SADSAA team came
first, the SADSAA development team 2nd and the Protea team 3rd.
SADSAA will again this year be nominating anglers to represent them at International tournaments overseas of which there
are 7 scheduled. The cost of each one of these tournaments per angler is in the area of R60 000. There has been no
Government grant to assist the anglers, and they have all had to fund themselves with a little assistance from our S.A.Deep
Sea Angling AssociationTournament Fund, which helps them in buying the necessary Protea clothing for the tour.
h. SAFETY – This year our National Safety Officer has produced our own safety manuals for instruction. This is a
tremendous achievement and the manuals are now available in an Inland Waters-Estuaries and up to 1 nautical mile, a
Local Water manual (15 nautical miles) and a Coastal Water (40 nautical miles). To ensure that our examination method is
fair to all, we have now established a system whereby lecturers no longer mark the exam paper. A selected group of
examiners have been appointed to each province to handle the skipper’s course examinations and there are lecturers also
in each province conducting the courses. The lecturer never gets to see the exam paper at all, as the examiner is the
exam adjudicator and marks the papers and advises the examiner of the results.
This process is not followed in any of the other facets as far as we are aware and SAMSA is very pleased with the system.
In closing it would appear that our sport is on an upward trend although the numbers have declined and we hope that the
new Ministerial authorities who govern our sport, namely MCM. and DEAT will grant us an interview to discuss the problem
that we have with their departments and subsidiaries.
J.M. Pledger
CEO SADSAA
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STRATEGIC PLANS
To be internationally recognised as one of the strongest competing Nations in world angling through development structures in
accordance with National Sports Commissions guidelines, technical courses, domestic competitions, and Environmental awareness
programs.
DEVELOPMENT
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Development amongst new anglers has been thorough and has taken place in all Provinces with a development office in each
of the 13 Provinces.
Development amongst our P.D.I’s has been moderately successful this year, with them attending our various courses.
Concentration on school children is at quite a high level, especially in the Western Cape.
Griqualand West organised an extremely successful tournament for paraplegics at Sodwana Bay in the past and plans to
continue with this program.
Whilst we are not successful in retaining the PDI’s, mainly due to the cost of the sport, we are confident that at least these
PDI’s are able to catch fish and should they not succeed in becoming employed, at least they have been given skills that will
assist them in becoming subsistence fisherman. In fact we are aware of many PDI’s who have been trained by SADSAA and
have obtained their skippers licenses and are now active in small commercial fishing operations.
SADSAA DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2004
SCOPE:
The scope of this Development Plan is to supply an overview of the Sport’s Development aims and Transformation objectives, as well as its related mechanisms and
procedures.
TARGET GROUPS FOR DEVELOPMENT PURPOSES:
Traditionally the membership of Deep Sea Angling has been compromised of mainly senior male members of the white population.
According to the S.A. Sports Commission requirements, any transformation and development model shall focus on the inclusion of “previously disadvantaged individuals”
and to be more exact, members of the black population.
Another area in which we seriously need more participation is with females, juniors and handicapped people.
All 13 provinces which are made up of 101 clubs have been requested to adhere to these guidelines in their future Development programs in order for SADSAA to meet
the S.A. Sports Commission’s aims and objectives BELOW ARE LISTED A NUMBER OF PROJECTS WHICH QUALIFY AS DEVELOPMENT IN OUR SPORT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
SKIPPERS COURSES
EXAMINERS COURSES
SURVEYORS COURSES
SURVEYORS INSTRUCTIONAL COURSES
TACKLE BOXES
ETIQUETTE COURSES – LADDER TO PROTEA COLOURS
OUTBOARD MOTOR MAINTENANCE COURSES
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8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
PROVINCIAL DEVELOPMENT & CASE THEORY SEMINARS
PRACTICAL FISHING PARTICIPATION
ROAD – SHOW DEVELOPMENT COURSES
SCHOOL FISHING AWARENESS PROGRAMS
CHARITY PARTICIPATION DAYS
PREVIOUSLY DISADVANTAGED SKILLS COURSES
BOAT HANDS FISHING TOURNAMENTS
COMMUNICATION & RADIO OPERATION COURSES
TRAILER MAINTENANCE COURSES
4 X 4 DRIVING SKILL COURSES
BEACH & RADIO CONTROL COURSES
FIRST AID COURSES
BOAT MAINTENANCE COURSES
PLUS ALL OTHER SKILLS TRAINING COURSES
The aims and objectives of development in SADSAA are to attract more people into the sport of angling and improve the skills of existing anglers.
In order to achieve this we need to encourage everyone regardless of race creed or colour, including handicapped people, females, juniors and previously
disadvantaged to participate in the various development courses run by our affiliated angling clubs throughout South Africa.
In so doing we expect to gain more recognition for our sport by enhancing these anglers fishing skills, thereby obtaining more medals in local and international
competitions.
NB: Wherever PDI”S are mentioned it stands for previously disadvantaged.
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Development Budget Requirements for 2004-2005
Coloured
130
White male
745
Examiner's courses
6
Surveyor's courses
Skippers courses
Black
18
W Female
5
Junior
M/F
Total
898 @ R850-00
R763, 300
24
30 @ R1200
R36, 000
4
44
48 @ R1000
R48, 000
Tackle boxes
120
150
190
70
170
700 @ R922-00
R645, 400
Etiquette courses
4
4
90
30
45
173 @ R120
R20, 760
Provincial Development
10
20
150
20
80
280 @R150
R42, 000
20
170
15
60
265 @ R75
R19, 875
120
460 @ R125
R57, 500
898 @ R100
R89, 800
Motor maintenance
School fishing dev. Courses
160
180
Communication & radio
18
130
745
5
First aid courses
75
85
450
60
80
750 @R100
R75, 000
Road show dev. Courses
100
120
300
75
125
620 @ R125
R77, 500
Practical fishing participation
50
175
100
50
200
575 @ R125
R71, 875
Trailer maintenance courses
5
20
200
20
30
275 @ R75
R20, 625
Boat hands fishing courses
120
80
80
280 @ R150
R42, 000
Charity participation days
150
200
250
780 @ R120
R93, 600
450
450 @ R 50
R22, 500
Grand Total
R2,
125,735
School fishing awareness
120
60
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SADSAA DEVELOPMENT ORGANIGRAPH
S.A.D.S.A.A. COUNCIL
SADSAA NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS
KZN NATAL DEV OFFICER
MPUMALANGA DEV OFFICER
WESTERN PROVINCE DEV OFFICER
SOUTHERN CAPE DEV OFFICER
SOUTHERN GAUTENG DEV OFFICER
BORDER DEV OFFICER
GAUTENG DEV OFFICER
FREE STATE DEV OFFICER
GRIQUALAND WEST DEV OFFICER
E. PROVINCE DEV OFFICER
NORTH WEST DEV OFFICER
NORTHERN TVL DEV OFFICER
40 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
12 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
10 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
6 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
5 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
10 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
6 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
5 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
4 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
2 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
9 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
2 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
5 CLUB DEV OFFICERS
PLEASE REFER TO SADSAA DEVELOPMENT FUND TRUST
–AND ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS.APPENDIX
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SASACC DEVELOPMENT ORGANIGRAM
S.A.S.C.C.
South African Sports Commission
S.A.F.B.A.A.
S.A.F.A.L.
S.A.C.S.C.A.
S.A.F.S.S.A.
South African
Federation of Bank
Anglers Association
South African
Federation of Art
Lure
South African
Casting Association
South African
Federation of Sport
& Salt Water Angling
1 Development
Officer
All Provinces to
Report to above
S.A. Representative Fly Fishing Association
S.A.R.F.F.A.
S.A. Bass Anglers Association
S.A.B.A.A.
S.A. Federation of Art Lure
S.A.F.A.L.
S.A.D.S.A.A. –
Prov Dev Officers
13 Provinces
S.A. Light Tackle Boat Angling Association
S.A.L.T.B.A.A. Dev Officers
S.A. Surf Angling Association
S.A.S.A.A. Dev Officers
S.A. Free Divers Association
S.A.F.D.A. Dev Officers
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FUNDING REQUIRED FOR TOURNAMENT PARTICIPATION AND ADMINISTRATION
OVERSEAS AND LOCAL PROTEA PARTICIPATION TOURNAMENTS
2004 Development Expenditure
FIPS – M World Trolling Championships
Protea Team
SADSAA Team
SADSAA Development Team
International Tournaments
Sailfish ILTA
Phuket Gamefish
Phuket Bottomfish
2005
2006
2007
2008
Teams Competing Internationally
Teams Competing Internationally
Teams Competing Internationally
Teams Competing Internationally
R 12 000-00
R 18 000-00
R 33 000-00
R150 000-00
R105 000-00
R105 000-00
R423 000-00
R750 000-00
R825 000-00
R907 000-00
R998 000-00
FUNDING FOR ADMINISTRATION
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2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
R245 399-00
R269 938-00
R296 932-00
R326 626-00
R359 288-00
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SADSAA HISTORY
In 1957 an organization called SAGFA (South African Gamefish Association) was formed and this organization catered mainly for the
anglers who fished from larger boats. In 1958 the SASBAA (South African Ski-Boat Association) was formed which catered for the
anglers using smaller boats to catch the same species. At that time the Ski-Boat Association had 6 Provincial Bodies and in SAGFA
there were at least 2 clubs (South African Marlin & Tuna and Natal Rod and Reel) who enjoyed Provincial status because they were
recognized as founder members.
After a period of heavy negotiation there was a name change from SASBAA to South African Ski Boat Light Tackle Game fish
Association, also at this stage there was an association called SAAU (South African Anglers Union) who co-ordinated all facets of fishing
but was frowned upon by Mr Muleki George and ultimately in the early 1990’s was disbanded. In the meantime SAGFA and SASBAA
amalgamated in 1988 and in terms of the agreement neither of the presidents were able to take up office in the new SADSAA (South
African Deep Sea Angling Association) and this responsibility fell on the shoulders of Mr Mike Schultz who held office for 9 years, Mr
Dick Pratt for 3 years and John Pledger, for 4 years and Marius Vermaak only recently elected.
Mr Hymie Steyn who now holds the portfolio of PRO for SADSAA was the chairman for SASBAA for 15 years.
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SADSAA TASKS
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•
•
Handed in Business Plan on time in 2003 and 2004 & 2005
Submitted budget and budget claims timeously.
Affiliated to the South African Sport Angling & Casting Confederation (S.A.S.A.C.C.)
Affiliated to the South African Federation of Sport and Sea Angling (S.A.F.S.S.A.)
A new constitution is operative and the facility to alter it and update it to changing conditions is in operation. All Provincial
members are aligning their constitutions to that of SADSAA’s. The old Resolutions Register, has now been totally upgraded and
is operative as well.
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SWOT
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STRENGTHS
1.
One of the best organized angling bodies in the world that has good angler support to officiate over the unique sport of deep
sea angling and the infrastructure to control the sport and represent the anglers at Governmental level, in all forms, be it sport,
conservation, beach driving and launch sites. The strength of the organization has been rewarded by the FIPS –M world
Trolling Championships being awarded to us in Sodwana Bay in May 2004, and the possibility of the CIPS World Games
coming to this country in 2010.Junior Development Programme officially recognised and highly acclaimed by International
Controlling Body of Sea Angling. (FIPS-M)
2.
Enjoyed sponsorship support from our various sponsors, and our main sponsor Bols Brandy.
3.
Run proven competitions – regional, national and international, and by so doing make it possible for anglers to get association
colours, provincial colours, SADSAA colours, and eventually Protea Colours.
4.
Strong liaison delegates to meet with M&CM, SAMLMA, DEAT, SASC, KZN Nature Conservation, SASACC and the
Department of Sport and Recreation, on matters of the sport, conservation, beach driving and launch sites.
5.
Strong and secure overseas connections, resulting in our being awarded to assist in the bid for the World Fishing Games as
well as awarded the EFSA International 2002 and the FIPS World Championships in 2004 and being invited to tender for the
2010 World Angling Games. The strength of our organizing ability has ensured that we have hosted the FIPS Tournaments in
1994, 1999, and 2004 and the EFSA tournaments in 1970 - Durban, 1972 – Cape Town, 1978 – Durban; P.E.; Cape Town,
1986 – Cape Town, 1990 -, 1998 – Cape Town, 2002 – Simons Town. The Association is a Promoting Member of the
Federation (appointed to promote the sport of deep sea angling in African countries.)
6.
An authorized agent for the Government authority SAMSA covering our safety, and ensuring our safety and skippers
competency is kept at a very high standard in accordance with the SAMSA request for the betterment of all concerned. The
keeping of updated records of vessel, Seaworthy certificate numbers and skippers tickets.
7.
Financially stable, and able to operate good fundraising programs.
8.
A well constructed and administered records register.
9.
The Association encourages International participation and its anglers are well received overseas as outstanding competitors
and good ambassadors.
10.
Attracting fishing tourism to South Africa via International Representation and International Initiatives and support from
Tourism South Africa.
11.
No age, colour and gender discrimination in the sport.
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12.
Audited financial statements
13.
A new Constitution, which has already been submitted to the administration.
14.
A development program that is becoming accepted by the authorities and internationally recognised by FIPS-M
15.
Environmental officers structured in each province, working towards better understanding of all fishermen of our environmental
problems, and supporting good environmental husbandry.
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WEAKNESSES
1.
Communication breakdown from Member-Body Chairman, to Club Chairman, to grass-root anglers.
2.
Severe economic situation in the country makes it increasingly difficult for our members to afford the sport of recreational and
competitive angling. The weakness of the rand has resulted in the lessening of disposable income, which has affected our
sport. This trend is still there even though the value of the rand has improved.
3.
Lack of input and performance of some Provincial Member Bodies.
4.
Repeatedly attacked by commercial and some Governmental bodies, as the cause of the resources decline, as they see us as
a soft target.
5.
The inability of PDI’s to participate in the sport basically due to the cost of the sport.
6.
Distance from the coast for our inland anglers places a heavy financial burden on them, prior to participating in the organized
angling tournaments.
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OPPORTUNITIES
1.
Communication problems can be overcome with a multimedia communication system, which is now being implemented.
2.
Tendering for hosting of the World Games in 2010.
3.
Promoting and hosting International Tournaments and National Tournaments in South Africa. Hosting well-organized
International Tournaments.
4.
Interacting with Tourism South Africa to increase tourism within our borders.
5.
Increase and further our overseas connections particularly in the area of good environmental principles.
6.
To increase the numbers of PDI’s and Juniors in our Development Programmes via aggressive promotions.
7.
To build up a better and healthier working relationship with all the role players who control our destiny i.e. ORI, SAMLMA, TMAGS, L-MAGS (when formed) M&CM, DEAT, GSLWP and KZN Nature Conservation plus many others.
8.
Promotion of the sport via shows, exhibitions and aggressive development programs.
9.
Promoting the sport to the Juniors via schools, boy scouts and girl guides, where the initiative has already been made to make
contact with the Governmental Schools Sports, Scouting and Guide Authorities.
10.
By regulating the tournament rules, to make sure that they become more ecologically friendly.
11.
The stigma that will be attributed to us by the continued commercial fishing by the ex-commercial fisherman who have lost
their licences and now still fish commercially but under the recreational banner.
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THREATS
1.
Competition from other sports for the same potential participants.
2.
Competition from other sports for sponsors.
3.
The banning of 4x4 beach driving by DEAT and M&CM.
4.
The lack of understanding of local Government authorities of the launch site regulations in particular, the quest for EIA’s and
inequitable launch site fee structures.
5.
Long-line fishing off our Coast by South African and foreign fleets.
6.
Scarcity of 19 – 30 year old age group and PDI’s.
7.
Spiralling costs of the sport.
8.
The cost of overseas participation is prohibitive.
9.
Lack of Government funding.
10.
Resource depletion through over exploitation by the commercial sectors & lack of law enforcement of existing laws, allowing
poachers to exist and when caught, failure to prosecute.
11.
Increased pollution of our rivers and oceans.
12.
Total lack of Government response to our repeated requests for an audience to discuss our problems. The
Association requires formal recognition by Marine & Coastal Management as “An Organization to talk to”.
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SADSAA VISION
A DEMOCRATICALLY PROMOTED, DEEP SEA SPORT ANGLING FRATERNITY THROUGH EDUCATIONAL AND DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMMES, THUS ENABLING ALL SOUTH AFRICANS AND TOURISTS SUSTAINABLE ACCESS TO OUR MARINE FISHING
WATERS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ECOLOGICAL AND STATUTE LAWS OF THE COUNTRY.
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SADSAA’S MISSION
TO PROMOTE AND EDUCATE ALL SECTORS OF THE POPULATION ABOUT THE SPORT OF FISHING THEREBY INCREASING
PARTICIPATION AND STEWARDSHIP OF OUR MARINE RESOURCES.
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FINANCIAL
Once again financially we experienced a tough year as the interest rates that normally helped us balance our finances was at a rather
depressed level resulting in reduced income.
We also experienced difficulty in our fundraising, which only accounted for 0.65% of our income.
The actual accounts reflect a net surplus for the year of R8-00. For this reason it was decided, by council to increase our capitation fee
for the 2005 year from R40-00 to R50-00 per member. We don’t like doing this, but it is the Council’s opinion that we should run the
affairs of South African Deep Sea Angling Association on our normal income, without relying on reserves. Because of the reduced rate
of interest it has now been necessary to increase capitation fees, which have remained the same over the last 3 years. This might
cause some consternation and loss of membership, but it will not be detrimental to the organisation.
Once again our auditor Michael Burton chartered accounts (SA) produced our balance sheets and ratified that we had conducted the
affaires of the organization correctly.
Auditors: Messrs.Michael Burton (S.A.)
Registered Public Accountant & Auditor
Practice No.918229E
VAT.Reg 4480101284
P.O.Box 934
Westville
3630
Tel (031) 266 6659
Fax
do
Bankers: Standard Bank of S.A.Ltd.
Branch: Durban North, Durban
Account No.:051 397 498
Branch Code 42826
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FINANCIAL
INCOME
Levies, Subscriptions,
Nominations, etc
8% 3%
Sponsorship
40%
40%
Fundraising
Interest
9%
Grant D.O.S.
EXPENSES
13%
32%
Administration
Promotions
Tournaments
31%
Council Meetings
4%
Salaries
20%
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ADMINISTRATION
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The administration of the organization has not changed since 2002/2003.
In order to keep our members up to date with our affairs we use the facility of Ski Boat Magazine, where there is a bi-monthly
article by the President/CEO, on the affairs of SADSAA. Over and above this we distribute a newsletter, which is posted, after
every meeting, to all our 116 clubs, to enable the secretaries of these clubs, to post the newsletter on the notice boards, to keep
these grass root anglers updated. We have initiated recently the electronics media via our website, (www.fishingowl.co.za) where
a summary of the latest council meeting is posted on the web, so that all the anglers have access to immediate information.
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ADMINISTRATION
CEO
John Pledger
PRESIDENT
Marius Vermaak
VICE PRESIDENT
Chris Jacobs
SECRETARY
Mrs M. Buyskes
TREASURER
Erwin Bursik FCIS FCIBM
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary and CEO (as above)
Dick Pratt, Lappies Labuschange, Stan Walters
OFFICERS
International/Local Tournaments
Dick Pratt
Environmental Officer
Dr Bruce Jones
+ 13 Provincial E/O’s
Safety Officer
Stan Walter
Dave Oostingh
Records Officer
Public Relations Officer
Hymie Steyn
+13 Provincial -& 113
Club Safety Officers
SELECTORS
L. Labuschange, M. Boucher, T. Horn, C. Jacobs, M. Visagie, P. Barnard, T. Roseveare, Rey Van Tonder
TRUSTEES- DEVELOPMENT TRUST
H. Oosthuizen (chairman), B.Von Wielligh, T. Adams, H. Steyn, J.Pledger
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DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
H. Oosthuizen + 13 Provincial- & 116 Club Development Officers
SOUTH AFRICAN REPRESENTATIVE –INTERNATIONAL GAME FISHING ASSOCIATION.
Erwin Bursik (SADSAA Treasurer)
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PROVINCIAL ASSOCIATIONS
13 Provincial Associations are affiliated as listed below:
Gauteng
Andrew Bowie (chairman)
Awaiting Address
Tel: (011) 294 0497
Fax: (011) 295 0497
E-mail: [email protected]
Betsie von Wielligh (Honorary secretary)
P.O. Box 886
Carletonville
2500
Tel: (011) 805 5100
Fax: (011) 315 4614
E-mail: [email protected]
Northern Gauteng
Koos Pretorius (chairman)
P.O.Box 51241
Wierda Park
0149
Tel: (012) 653 1648
Fax: (012) 653 1648
Mearl Buyskes (Honorary secretary)
P.O. Box 73486
LYNWOOD RIDGE
0040
Tel: (012) 809 0651
Fax: (012) 809 0553
E-mail: [email protected]
Eastern Province
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Mike Berger (chairman)
19 Pamela Crescent
WALMER DOWNS
6070
Tel: (041) 405 2365
Fax: (041) 405 3403
E-mail: [email protected]
Malcolm Waite (Honorary secretary)
P.O. Box 7915
NEWTON PARK
6055
Tel: (041) 585 9779
Fax: (041) 368 4754
E-mail: [email protected]
Northern Cape Griquas
John Pledger (chairman)
P.O. Box 684
HONEYDEW
2040
Tel: (011) 794 6950
Fax: (011) 794 6947
E-mail: [email protected]
Serena Tennyson (secretary)
P.O. Box 684
HONEYDEW
2040
Tel: (011) 794 6950
Fax: (011) 794 6947
E-mail: [email protected]
Natal
Russell Hand (chairman)
29
11 Wickliffe Place
Durban North 4051
Tel (031) 302 4111
Fax (031) 368 1366
Cell: 083 450 4350
E-Mail: the
[email protected]
Jenni Cormac (secretary)
P.O. Box 38103
POINT
4069
Tel: (031) 337 6931
Fax: (031) 337 7732
E-mail: [email protected]
Southern Gauteng
Denham Townsend (Chairman)
P.O.Box 6715
Dunswart
1508
Tel: (011) 917 9160
Fax: (011) 917 8561
E-mail: [email protected]
Lynette Adams (honorary secretary)
P. O. Box 985
BENONI
1500
Tel: (011) 425 2052
Fax: (011) 425 2052
E-mail: [email protected]
Mpumalanga
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Lappies Labuschange (chairman)
P. O. Box 1151
WITBANK
1035
Tel: (013) 692 3046
Fax: (013) 692 4166
E-mail: [email protected]
Steff Bester(Hon.Sec)
P.O.Box 733
Belfast
1100
North West
Gary Lategan (chairman)
P.O. Box 850
KLERKSDORP
2570
Tel: (018) 469 1201
Fax: (018) 469 3691
E-mail: [email protected]
Mitch Hill (honorary secretary)
Private Bag X5010
VAAL REEF
2621
Tel: (018) 478 5000
Fax: (018) 478 5434
E-mail: [email protected]
Southern Cape
Maturity Lammers (chairman)
Awaiting address
Tel: (044) 889 0167
Fax: (044) 889 0167
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E-mail: [email protected]
Beth Lundin (honorary secretary)
P.O. Box 1097
PLETTENBERG BAY
6600
Tel: (044) 533 4377
Fax: (044) 533 3804
E-mail: [email protected]
Orange Free State
Ray Van Tonder (chairman)
P.O. Box 265
HARRISMITH
9880
Tel: (058) 622 2570
Fax: (058) 622 2642
E-mail: [email protected]
Pieter Conradie (honorary secretary)
P.O. Box 209
ODENDAALSRUS
9480
Tel: (057) 354 1252
Fax: (057) 355 6387
E-mail: [email protected]
Border
Dave Oostingh (chairman)
Tel: (043) 735 1346
Fax: (043) 735 4113
E-mail: [email protected]
Anette Yorke (honorary secretary)
P.O. Box 134
UMTATA
5100
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Tel: (047) 575 2001
Fax: (047) 575 2017
E-mail: [email protected]
Western Province
Hubert Meyer (chairman)
Tel: (021) 852 8671
Fax: (021) 856 1683
E-mail: [email protected]
Sally Swanepoel (secretary)
P.O. Box 28297
BOTHASIG
7406
Tel: (021) 559 3996
Fax: (021) 559 1081
E-mail: [email protected]
Limpopo
Tim Scholtz (chairman)
Private Bag X9474
POLOKWANE
0700
Tel: (015) 297 2180
Fax: (018) 297 3947
E-mail: [email protected]
Brenda Koekemoer (honorary secretary)
P.O. Box 2244
PIETERSBURG
0700
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CODE OF CONDUCT
APPENDIX F
MISCONDUCT AND DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS
1.
Every Regional Member Body, Affiliated Club and Affiliated Member should make itself conversant with, and shall ipso facto be
bound by these provisions of this Constitution and any by-laws in force from time to time.
2
The membership of any Regional Member Body, Affiliated Club or Affiliated
Club or Affiliated Member who or which:
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
3
4
departs from any of the provision of this Constitution, or any resolution adopted by the National Council, or any by-law, and
remains so in breach 21 days after the despatch of written notice calling upon the member of remedy the same;
is convicted of a criminal offence in terms of any Act, Ordinance or Regulation governing marine angling;
fails to pay timorously, any capitation fees or any other amounts due to the Association, or is in breach of any by-law or any of the
provisions of this Constitution;
is, or has been guilty of any conduct which in the opinion of the National Council renders the Regional Member Body, Affiliated
Club or Affiliated Member unworthy of membership of the Association:
may by resolution of the National Council be cancelled, or suspended on such terms and conditions and for such period as the
National Council may determine, or may, in addition, be fined a sum of money, the maximum amount of which shall be
determined by the National Council from time to time, or may have any of the privileges he or it is entitled to by virtue of his or its
membership removed or suspended for such period as may be determined by the National Council
Notice of such suspension, fine or expulsion shall be forwarded by the National Council within 7 (seven) working days to the
member by registered letter, and such member desiring to appeal to the National Council against its decision shall within 14
(fourteen) working days of such notice, request, in writing, the Secretary to call a Special Meeting of the National Council, and the
Secretary shall convene such meeting to be held within 30 (thirty) working days of receipt of such request.
Any Regional Member Body, Affiliated Club or Affiliated Member (as the case may be) shall be entitled to attend and address the
Special Meeting of the National Council at which the appeal is to be reconsidered, and to make written submissions in support of
the same, but shall not be entitled to legal representation. At such meeting the previous decision of the National Council shall be
deemed to be rescinded and a further vote shall be taken in respect of the application.
5
Should a penalised Regional Member Body, Affiliated Club or Affiliated Member fail to appeal as provided, he or it shall have no
further right to appeal, and should he or it fail to appeal; or should his or its suspension, fine or expulsion be confirmed, the
Secretary shall forthwith notify such decision to every member of the Association and notice of such decision may also be sent to
other interested persons or bodies, or published, at the discretion of the National Council.
6
In the event of the suspension or expulsion of any member he/she shall have no claim against the Association or any of its
members in respect thereof.
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SADSAA MEMBERSHIP STATISTICS
PROVINCE
Northern Transvaal
Southern Transvaal
Griqualand West
Mpumalanga
Border
Free State
Western Province
Natal
Eastern Province
Southern Cape
North West
Transvaal
Far North
TOTAL MEMBERS
MEMBERS
146
472
74
602
358
107
1037
2890
370
256
112
228
155
6807
Far North
Transvaal
North West
Southern Cape
Eastern Province
Natal
Western Province
Free State
Border
Mpumalanga
Northern Cape Griquas
Southern Transvaal
Northern Transvaal
Provincial Membership Graph
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44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
%
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LOCAL AFFILIATIONS
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SADSAA have associated themselves with various bodies, and organizations, to ensure that the sport can flourish within the laws
and regulations of the country. These organizations are as follows:
 S.A.M.S.A. – South African Maritime Safety Association – for safety of our anglers at sea.
Private Bag 7025
Roggebaai
8012
Tel: (021) 421 6170
Fax: (021) 419 0730
E-mail: [email protected]
FULL AUTHORISED AGENT
 S.A.M.L.M.A. – South African Marine Linefish Management Association
P.O. Box 2800,
Pretoria
0001
Tel: (012) 481 4107
Fax: (012) 481 4006
E-mail: [email protected]
FULL MEMBER
 T-MAG – Tuna Management Group
Andrew Penney
22 Forest Glade
Tokai Road
39
Tokai
7945
Tel: (021) 715 4238
Fax: (021) 715 4238
E-mail: [email protected]
FULL MEMBER
 L-MAG – Linefish Management Group (Now being formed)
 S.A.F.S.S.A. – South African Federation of Sport and Sea Anglers
Bets von Weilligh
P.O. Box 12123
Worna Valley
1686
Tel: (011) 805 5100
Fax: (011) 315 4614
E-mail: [email protected]
FULL MEMBER
 S.A.S.A.C.C. – South African Sports Angling and Casting Confederation.
Bets von Weilligh
P.O. Box 12123
Worna Valley
1686
Tel: (011) 805 5100
Fax: (011) 315 4614
E-mail: [email protected]
FULL MEMBER
 S.A.S.C. – South African Sports Commission – we work very closely with the South African Sports Commission keeping
them posted of our tournaments both local and International. We also negotiate with them via S.A.S.A.C.C. to ratify our
selected Protea Anglers.
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BACKGROUND OF INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATIONS
The International Game Fish Associations (IGFA) is the organization recognized world-wide as the authority on ethical angling rules and
regulations, conservation, promotion, youth development and the custodian of world records.
IGFA’S Rules and regulations from the basis of competitive angling of SADSAA, EFSA (European Federation of Sea Angling), CIPS
(Confederation International de Pesca De Sportive), Caribbean Game Fish Forum, Pacific Game Fish Foundation, Australian Game Fish
Federation, FIPS-M (Federation Internationale Pesca Sportive – Mer) etc.
CIPS and FIPS-M with its four federations – Fresh Water, Sea Angling, Fly-fishing and Casting is accepted as the future order of the
sport of angling in the world. CIPS had brought the world together to participate in “World Championships” in the various disciplines and
have approximately 84 nations as members, with 60, 1 million affiliated members.
The Asian Game Fish Federation, Caribbean Game Fish Forum, EFSA and the Pacific Game Fish Foundation are regional
organizations responsible for promoting of the respective regions as sport fishing destinations. They also sponsor and conduct
“International Tournaments” basically for national teams from the Regions but also invite other teams from outside the Region to
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participate. They sponsor and conduct “Multi National” Tournaments only available to National Teams of the members or countries in
the region.
Peche au Gris Francais is the sportfishing organization of the French speaking countries of the world.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATIONS
F.I.P.S. – (Federation Internationale de Pesca Sportive-en mer)
26, rue de Belvaux,
P.O.Box. no. 9
L-4504 Oberkorn.
Luxembourg
Tel: 00352 58 85 49
Fax: 00352 58 85 17
Full member
C.I.P.S. – (Confederation Internationale de Pesca Sportive-en mer)
4 Square Charles Peguy
F 13008
Marseille
France
Tel: 0033 491 22 2588
Fax: 0033 491 76 3789
E-mail: [email protected]
E.F.S.A. - (European Federation of Sea Anglers)
“Inglewood”, Braal Rd.
Halkirk, Caithness,
KW 126XE Scotland.
Tel/Fax: 44(0) 1847 831 985
E-Mail: [email protected]
Associate member
I.L.T.A. – (International Light Tackle Association)
622 South Echo Drive
Brandon
Florida
33511
U.S.A.
Tel: 813 681 8125
Fax: 813 684 0370
E-Mail: [email protected]
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BILLFISH FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 87787
Fort Lauderdale,
Florida 3310-8787
U.S.A.
Full member
IGFA – (International Game Fishing Association)
300, Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach, Florida. 33004, U.S.A.
Phone: (091) 954 927-2628
Fax: (091) 954 924-4299
E-Mail: [email protected]
Full member
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ANGLING
 We have continued, over the last year, to promote angling at all levels. i.e. Club, Interzonal, Provincial, National and
International.
 We held late in 2002 the EFSA (European Federation of Saltwater Anglers) Tournament in Cape Town. This Tournament was
extremely successful, and resulted in the three SADSAA teams namely our Protea Team, The SADSAA Team, and the
SADSAA Development Team, coming first, second and third in that tournament. This speaks highly of our competitiveness of
our anglers, and also that our development programme is starting to work.
 After entertaining two guests from CIPS and FIPS-M in South Africa earlier this year, our planned tournament of the FIPS-M
2004 trolling championships have been awarded to South Africa, and will be taking place in Sodwana Bay from the 1st May
2004 to 8th May 2004. We are expecting 29International teams plus 3 domestic South African teams, (one of which will be a
development team) to participate in this tournament. The rules pertaining to the tournament have been established, and the
committee to run this tournament has already been formulated, and is working in that direction.
 We have tendered on behalf of SASACC for the World Fishing Games in 2006. The countries that are still in the running to
host that tournament are South Africa and Portugal. Whilst our two guest from CIPS and FIPS-M were in South Africa, we
entertained them at the various potential venues to host all 19 fishing facets and the decision was taken to host the fly fishing
in the Belfast area, the course fishing in the Gauteng area, the salt water facets in Durban/Umhlanga Rocks area, the casting
(weight throwing) in the Zwartkops Pretoria area, the Pole fishing in the Florida Lake/ East Rand and Vaal area, and the
carnivorous fish both from the boat and bank in the Vaal River area above the barrage.
The results of our tender should be available by mid August 2004, and if successful we will immediately vote in a Tournament
Director, whose responsibility will be to negotiate with the Government and all authorities relating to this tournament. Having
spent time with our overseas guests, I am fairly confident that we have a very good chance, and if not on this occasion we will
definitely receive a World Championship in South Africa in 2010. A major point in our favour is that CIPS with over 60 million
registered anglers, is very keen to start a membership drive in the African countries, and they see South Africa as the key to
this goal. A big thanks at this stage to SA TOURISM (Henriette Greeff) for the help and assistance that she has given us to
secure the FIPS-M World Championships for Sodwana Bay, and the potential of securing the World Fishing Games for South
Africa. Without their assistance, the whole exercise would have been one of futility.
 Our anglers have represented South Africa at the following International Tournaments during 2003. We fished the Puerto
Rico Blue Marlin Championships, FIPS – M Big Game Fish Championships in Senegal, International Sailfish Championships –
Costa Rico. The results have been excellent in the EFSA tournament and not as exciting as we would like in the other
tournaments. We have however continued to receive prizes for the best presented and the most liked teams at these various
tournaments.
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 The domestic season has been extremely busy this year, and all our 5 National Championships plus 86 inter-provincials and
league competitions have taken place. At the recent meeting we have planned all the Bols National Tournaments for 2004,
and a very great thank you to our sponsor Bols Brandy for their continued sponsorship and participation in our fishing sport.
YEARBOOK The 2004 Yearbook is now available and the biggest development is that all the Bols National Tournaments plus all the
Provincial - and Club Tournaments are published in the yearbook, with the names and contact numbers of all Provincial Chairman, and
names and contact numbers of all their clubs in their Province.
The Yearbook also contains the records, rules, safety regulations, making it a wonderful reference book for all competitive anglers.
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WHERE TO FOR 2004 TO 2009
 To continue with promoting our sport to the rest of the world and to our South African Citizens.
 To negotiate with DEAT/ORI/M&CM on the sensitive issue relating to our sport with regard to small Launch sites, beach driving
and bag limits.
 To encourage more PDI’s to join our Development Programme and become good recreational and competitive anglers of
International standard.
 To ensure that all our anglers abide by our Maritime Laws and fish husbandry in accordance with the laws of the country and the
Internationally accepted norms. In order to get rid of the stigma, where we are repeatedly falsely accused of being the
perpetrators of excessive fish kill tournaments, we have now formulated a new tournament rules, pertaining to all our tournaments
to ensure that we are no longer killing fish in this community. We are going to continue to apply for dispensation, but the reasons
for the dispensation have been changed and any cash that is raised from the sale of fish is going to be donated through the
correct channels, for the disadvantaged communities in that particular area. This is a major swing from traditional methods of
distribution of funds raised from the dispensation received from the Government.
 To foster good relationships with other angling associations and get to know one another’s sport.
 To host international competitions in South Africa.
 To improve the calibre of our anglers irrespective of race, creed or colour and ensure that through sport we have better future
together.
 To further the advantage of Eco-tourism to increase tourism to South Africa.
 To affiliate to management groups covering the environmental issues of our sport.
 To encourage closer working relationship and understanding with National and Regional Departments of Sport and Recreation at
all levels.
 To work more closely with Marine and Coastal Management on the critical exploitable and recreational lists and obtain full
understanding that the dispensations for which we apply do not exceed overall bag limits. This we do via Andrew Penney and
enclose his CV.
 Promote Zone 6 Tournaments both in this country, at different venues, and other countries, for our anglers to fish regionally.
 Compile an annual Tournament Calendars consisting of: - Marlin Nationals, Sailfish Nationals, Billfish Nationals, Bottom fish
Nationals, Tuna Nationals and Junior Nationals (which can either be Game fish, Sailfish or Tuna).
 To promote regional tournaments such as Provincial Tournaments, Inter-Provincial Tournaments, Mini Inter-Provincial
Tournaments, Inland Tournaments and Inter-Club Tournaments.
 To ensure that all our Tournaments are fished within the rules of the Country as required by the various authorities that control
our resources.
 Production of a quality magazine/yearbook for circulation to all our members and interested parties including our overseas friends
and affiliates.
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 To raise funds for tournaments/development/environmental management, as well as the protection of our access to launch sites,
stock resources and beach driving.
 To select team to represent the association as well as Protea Anglers in an International event.
 To promote development at all levels amongst all our race groups with the view that these anglers become SADSAA and Protea
anglers, to compete at International levels.
 To promote angling tourism locally and overseas.
 To control and administer the safety factor awarded us by SAMSA to ensure the control of boat surveys – skipper’s tickets,
examiners courses and general safety at sea according to the rules laid down by SAMSA. A very close working relationship has
been established with SAMSA, where we have taken into account their fears regarding buoyancy and safety of buoyancy plus
having the SR (Sports and Recreation) numbering system acknowledged and accepted by SAMSA to cater for all those that do
not wish to become part of organized angling and just wish to fish recreationally and boat recreationally have been developed.
Over and above this our safety officers are being trained to lecture and to survey boats on freshwater facilities.
 To assist our neighbours, Zimbabwe, Swaziland and other area to control their safety regulations in accordance with SAMSA.
 To assist various facets that do not have the ability to promote their safety at sea, at assist to organize and teach their safety
officer how to administer this particular facet of the sport.
 To become involved in administering the new regulations that will govern all boating under power, on rivers and dams, in
accordance with SAMSA’s safety regulations.
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ANGLING CALENDAR 2004
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Bols Sailfish Nationals
Bols Bottom fish Nationals
Junior Nationals
Bols Tuna Nationals
Bols FIPS-M International Trolling Championships
Bols All Inland Inter Provincial
Bols Game Fish Nationals
Bols Griqua’s Own Choice
Bols Marlin Nationals
16 – 20 February
8 – 13 March
3 – 7 April
3 – 8 May
3 – 8 May
9 – 14 May
6 – 12 June
October
14 -19 November
In addition to the above, 86 inter Prov-club/league competitions will take place during 2004.
Angling Calendar 2005 to 2009 will be decided at the Spring Meeting the previous year.
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BASIC PHILOSOPHY OF THE SPORT OF DEEP SEA ANGLING
Game fish species which is (any fish identified and accepted because of it’s fighting characteristics, their related food and their
habitat) are Economic-, Social-, Recreational and Aesthetic Assets, which must be maintained, wisely used and perpetuated.
The Sport of Deep Sea Angling is an important Recreational-Competitive- and Social Activity, which the public must be educated
to pursue in a manner CONSISTENT WITH SOUND SPORTING AND CONSERVATION PRACTICES.
Sport fishing transcends all political, social and ideological boundaries.
An Amateur Sport Angler is ever respectful of the fishery. (i.e. the fish, it’s habitat and it’s environment, the management regimes
and the sound practice of sport fishing)
It is without a doubt that Eco-tourism can benefit by organized angling events. If the American market is anything to go by, the
retail fishing tackle sales of recreational angling in the United States of America is in the area of 44 Billion Rand. This accounted
for more than 1 million jobs, 30 billion spent on wages, 28 billion spent on travel. The total impact of the recreational fishing
industry over 1 million licensed anglers in the United States is $116 Billion. Organised angling in South Africa works within the
parameters set by our Environmental Authorities, and if managed correctly, can become a major tourist attraction to the country.
This will be a good source of income to some of the rural areas that are undeveloped, but have good fishing potential. We are
happy to say that Tourism South Africa has recognized this fact, and has been involved with our various projects.
Due to the relative isolation of most of the countries in the region, the urgent need was recently identified to form a South African
Sport and Sea Angling Federation of which South African Deep Sea Association is a full member. We are actively working with
our neighbouring countries to promote the Zone 6 area, into a better organized angling fraternity and have already held the first
Zone 6 tournament ever held in the Deep Sea Fraternity in 2003.
In conformity with the South African Sports Commission, SAFSSA (South African Federation of Sport and Sea Anglers) has now
affiliated with the 4 other federations to form SASACC (South African Sport Angling and Casting Confederation). This body is one
united body covering all facets of fishing which now administers the sport of angling and all the Governmental reporting, as a
facilitating body.
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INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION IN
SYMPOSIUMS
Symposium of Recreational Angling- Nairobi Joel Rowe – 1995
23rd World Congress – Luxembourg – 14-17 May 1997 (Dick Pratt)
1st World Recreational Angling Conference 1998
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. (Joel Rowe)
2nd World Fishing Conference, Brisbane, Australia 1999. (Joel Rowe)
24th World Congress-Spain-May 2001 (Hymie Steyn)
25th World Congress – Locarno – Switzerland – April 2003 (Hymie Steyn)
FORTHCOMING
FUTURE SYMPOSIUMS
CIPS – November 2003
FIPS conference – Belgium – 2005
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ANTICIPATED INTERNATIONAL ANGLING TOURNAMENTS
2004
I.L.T.A. – February 2004 – Costa Rico
FIPS-M Boat Championships
GUATAMALA –
F.I.P.S. – M World Trolling Championships – South Africa – Sodwana Bay – May 2004
Puerto Rico – 52nd International Marlin – August/September 2004
Croatia – Bluefin Tuna Tournament – August / September 2004 (SADSAA or Protea Team --still to be decided)
Kenya Sailfish Tournament – November 2004 (SADSAA)
EFSA – Boat Trolling Championships – Phucket Island Thailand – November 2004
EFSA – Bottomfish Championships – Phucket Island – November 2004
Deutsche Meeres Verband – April 2005 – Richards Bay
FIPS International Trolling Championships – France – 2005
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ILTA – Sailfish Internationals – Kenya – November 2005
EFSA Game Championships 2006-Dubai (Feb) or Watuma (Dec) 2006.
FIPS-M – World Trolling Championships-Egypt – April / May 2007
EFSA Game Championships-Shelley Beach –June /July 2008
CIPS World Fishing Games – South Africa – May 2010
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APPLICATION
MAJOR EVENTS
2004
FIPS-M TROLLING CHAMPIONSHIPS
SODWANA BAY
1-8TH MAY 2004
TO: The National Sports Commission
P.O. Box 11239
Centurion
0046
FROM: The South African Deep Sea Angling Association
P.O. Box 4191
Cape Town
8000
Tel/Fax: (021) 976-4454
E-mail: [email protected]
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FISHERMAN’S CREED
We support and abide by the fisherman’s creed pending hereunder.
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