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Paul, 80 cm asp

(107 points)

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Adem, 112 cm pike

(112 points)

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Andreas, 50 cm perch

(104 points)

LFG'S Big One

LFG'S Big One

How does it work?

Anyone who fishes with Lure Fishing Guide automatically has a chance to win a free fishing day. Catch a large predatory fish and place it on the measuring board. A pike, zander, perch, asp or catfish is rewarded with points based on its length.

How are points awarded?

The pike is our reference fish, so every centimeter of pike is rewarded with 1 point. The points for pike-perch, perch, catfish or asp are calculated with a correction factor according to the table below. So you can win with any predatory fish. However, each species is only included in the ranking once. For example, a pike on the first and third places is not possible.

 

What happens in a draw?

In the event of a tie in points; the actual length of the fish on the size board is taken and points are awarded based on the length of the fish on the size board. If this also ends in a draw, fate will decide who wins.

What can you win?

The ranking is determined at the end of each calendar year.
#1
The winner of LFG's Big One wins a free fishing day for 2 people.
#2
The number 2 receives a fishing credit of € 100.00 as a discount on a fishing day at Lure Fishing Guide.
#3
The number 3 receives a Spro goodie bag with our most successful lures.

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#2
#3

LFG'S Big One

How does it work?

Anyone who fishes with Lure Fishing Guide automatically has a chance to win a free Guided fishing tour. Catch a large predatory fish, ask your guide to place it on the measuring board and take a photo. Each fish is awarded points based on its length. Take the number 1 position and keep it until the end ofthe year. If you do, you will win a free Guided fishing trip.

How are points awarded?

The pike is our reference fish so every centimeter of pike is rewarded with 1 point. The points for zander, perch, asp and catfish are calculated with a correction factor according to the table below

 

What happens in a draw?

In case of a tie in points; the actual length of the fish on the sizing board is taken and points are awarded based on the length of the fish on the sizing board. If this also ends in a draw, then the lottery will decide who wins.

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