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Billy Brown’s 2020 Birch Bay Crab Derby
Judging to take place Sunday, September 6th, 2020 12pm – 4pm
- Crabs must be alive, healthy & of legal size as per law.
- You may only enter 1 legal limit of 5 crabs per person.
- You must have a valid crabbing licence and a completed catch card for the amount of crabs you enter.
- you must allow judging staff to mark your crab to qualify for this event.
- Judging staff reserves the right to disqualify any catch at their discretion.
- Contestants can only win one category.
- Masks will need to be worn while having your crabs weighed if unable to safely socially distance.
- Entries must come to judges at the Birch Bay Visitor & Information Center located at 7900 Birch Bay Drive during judging times to qualify.
Categories to win:
- Biggest Catch Limit: To be determined by weight of the heaviest catch limit (5 crabs or less)
- The Monster: To be determined by single heaviest crab.
- Rockin’ Red: To be determined by the largest Red Rock Crab
I hereby acknowledge that participating in the Birch Bay Crab Derby presents a risk of personal injury, death and damage or loss of personal property may result from my participation, and as such, I hereby acknowledge and recognize the existence of these risks, and assume all risks completely, and agree to the following:
I agree to assume all risks of illness, injury, or death, and hereby agree to release The Birch Bay Chamber or Commerce, The City of Blaine, & Whatcom County, their departments, officers, agents, activity leaders, employees, volunteers and other parties involved from and against all judgments, damages, penalties, losses, costs, claims, expenses, suits, demands, debts, actions and/or causes of action of any type or nature whatsoever, including actual and reasonable attorney’s fees, which may be sustained or to which they may be exposed, directly or indirectly, by reason of personal injury, death, property damage, or other liability, alleged or proven, resulting or arising out of the performance under this agreement by County. Whatcom County does not waive, and specifically reserves the right to assert any and all affirmative defenses and limitations of liability as specifically set forth in Title 4 of the Revised Code of Washington.