Dutch female duet land carp fishing's richest prize.
The World Carp Classic has been won by the all-female pairing of Lizette Beunders and Bianca Venema from Holland, the first female pairing to ever win an international carp match.
Lizette and Bianca, representing Dynamite Baits, were out in front for virtually the entire event and finished with a final weight of 366.5kg, a fantastic result that saw them finish a long way ahead of runners up Lee Jackson and Rob Tough, and win by the biggest margin in the events history.
The girls used a mixture of Dynamite Baits new Red Ammo, Tiger Nuts, chopped nuts and black Amino groundbait to capture their final total.
Nic Brown, the events media co ordinator, commented: "It has been an enormous pleasure to witness a moment that will not only change Lizette and Bianca’s lives but I believe will change the face of carp fishing, breaking down an awful lot of boundaries and putting female carp angling in the spotlight.
"The girls have demonstrated far more than angling brilliance, they have physically and mentally operated at an extremely high level and have functioned together brilliantly, with their runner they have been unbeatable and deserve all the accolades they receive after winning the biggest event in carp fishing."