Junior international Adam Scholes had the biggest fish of the day with a 54cm codling, but the most remarkable catch was one of the smallest - Paul Oliver's 14oz tadpole fish.
What does FOTD stand for?
FOTD stands for Fish of the Day
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We have 8 other meanings of FOTD in our Acronym Attic
- Fact of the Day
- Fate of the Dragon (game published by Eidos in 2001)
- Fear Of The Dark
- Fear Of The Dark (Iron Maiden album)
- Feature Of The Day
- Fellowship of the Dragon (UK)
- Festival of the Damned (gaming)
- Fiber-Optic Towed Decoy
- Find of the Day (Internet slang)
- First Order plus Time Delay
- Flavor of the Day
- Found On The Doorstep (East Lansing, MI band)
- Freak of the Day
- Friend of the Day
- Friend of the Devil (Grateful Dead song)
- Friends of Traditional Dance (Fort Collins, CO, USA)
- Final Operational Test & Evaluation
- Fleet Operational Test and Evaluation
- Follow-On Operational Test and Evaluation (usually abbreviated FOT&E)
- Follow-On Test and Evaluation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Michael Smith won with two whiting for 13oz, and he also claimed the heaviest fish of the day - a whiting of 7.
Jason Safford of MacPack caught the first fish of the day, a small croaker.
John's 41cm flounder was the longest fish of the day and the equivalent of 1lb 2oz.
In fact the biggest fish of the day was a nice rudd of around 1lbs 8ozs.
Alan's haul included the heaviest fish of the day, a 2.
Rusty caught the only fish of the day - a bluegill that was ``half way between my elbow and my wrist,'' in length, said the 7-year-old.
Third-place Ian Crombie had the best fish of the day, a magnificent Pollack of 4.