2020 Entries open 4 October 2019 – Entries close 13 December 2019

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Represent South Africa at the WCC 2020

Prizes worth over R100 000 to be won
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The Best SA Anglers go head to head

Compete against the best anglers in South Africa
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Registrations open 4 October 2019 

28 March 2020  – 3 April 2020

World Carp Classic South Africa Qualifier 2019

Roodekoppies Dam

28 March – 3 April 2020

Welcome to the World Carp Classic SA Qualifier

The World Carp Classic was established in 1998 by its founder Ross Honey. The vision that he had was to create a world class annual Specimen Carp Event where anglers from all over the world would gather. The Inaugural World Carp Classic was held at Lac de Madine France and since then it has moved to lakes all over Europe. In 2018 The event celebrated its 20th anniversary at Lac de Madine where the events biggest fish record was broken with a stunning 29.8kgs mirror carp. The event was a huge success and testament to the quality of the event which is considered around the world as the most prestigious and respected event in carp angling. The event takes place over a 7 day period which includes huge opening and closing ceremonies. The World Carp Classic supports and promotes best practice catch and release angling, respect for the environment and fish welfare.

Who can take part?
Entries are open to all Specimen Carp Anglers
How much is the entry fee?

Peg Entry fee for 2 Anglers –  R7000

Peg Entry fee for 3 Anglers –  R7500

When and Where does the event take place?

The event takes place
28 March – 3 April 2020
at Roodekoppies Dam

What are the rules for the competition?

The Rules can be viewed here

Roodekoppies Dam is one of the well known carp fishing venues in South Africa. The dam is host to many carp tournaments and for very good reason. It holds large numbers of some truely magnificent carp of up to 40lbs with the average specimens around the 8/9kg mark. It is also home to a few crocodiles which makes it a true wild african carp venue.

This year WCCSA competitors will be fishing a mostly unkown stretch of bank with uncoutable features to fish to. This area is also known to hold some of the biggest residents in the dam.