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assistance in hooking, playing, or landing, a trout, black bass, pike, muscallonge, grayling, salmon, blue-fish, weakfish, striped bass, kingfish, sheepshead, or other game fish, whose weight in pounds equals or exceeds that of the rod in ounces, coup. To take, under the same conditions, a game fish over 20 Ibs., grand coup.

MEN: To hook and land with the fly, unassisted, without net or gaff, a trout or landlocked salmon over 4 lbs. or a salmon over 12 lbs., coup. To take, under the same conditions, a salmon over 25 lbs., grand coup.

29. Indoor Fly-Casting. BOYS: To cast a fly with a rod of 5 oz. or less, not over 10 feet long, 40 feet, coup; 55 feet, grand coup. LADS: 65 feet, coup; 80 feet, grand coup. MEN: 80 feet, coup; 95 feet, grand coup.

BAIT-CASTING

Revised by Mr. L. S. Darling, of New York.

30. With ¼-oz. dummy frog, 5-foot rod, indoors, overhead casting, tournament style:-

Boy class, 60 feet for coup; 70 feet for grand coup
Lad 80 90
Man 100 120

If out of doors, add 10 per cent to each of the distances.

RIDING, ETC., TO THE END OF ATHLETICS ARE RED HONORS

31. To ride a horse one mile in three minutes, clearing a 4-foot hurdle and an 8-foot water-jump, ..text continues