Pure Country BC North presents the Biggest Catch Contest!
Enter your Biggest Catch photo this Summer and you could WIN. Send us a picture of your biggest catch and a short story of how you landed it. Every week one lucky angler will qualify for the Grand Prize draw August 26th. The Grand Prize winner will take home gift cards from all our amazing sponsors. So keep your camera ready to snap some shots of your biggest fish.
The winning entry photo and story will also appear on the Pure Country BC North Facebook page at the end of the summer. You can only enter once so be sure to include your best photo, upload it, and tell us how you "landed the big one"! All entries in the contest will be displayed here for everyone to see throughout the Summer.
To enter just fill out your information, upload your photo, and tell us a story about your catch in 250 words or less.
PHOTO UPLOADING DETAILS
- 1 colour photo, 8x10 inches or thereabouts (720x720 pixels) maximum in size
- Please try to keep files below 2MB
- Saved as RGB, 72dpi, and in a jpeg format please
- Please DO NOT use filenames that contain any spaces, symbols, or characters (letters, numbers, and underscores are acceptable).
Please note: Inappropriate photos and comments will be immediately disqualified (and you will be required to provide information and agree to the rules and requirements to be entered).
Biggest Catch 2019 Entries
|Entrant: Connie Kirby
Comment: Still holding the largest fish record in the family :).
|Entrant: Elias Tsakonas
Comment: So I caught this Beauty White Spring in my Kayak trolling a cut-plug herring! She was 25lbs and one hell of fight. She peeled me 4 times until she succumb to me and with no net or gaff I grabbed her behind her head and gills and slapped her between my legs. Straight to the shore I went for this Photo Op!
|Entrant: Robin Knox
Comment: Our grandchildren from Ontario enjoy fishing for bullheads on the new dock in Prince Rupert. To them this fish was a giant and will get bigger with the telling over the years I am sure. Their mom was the actual fisher. He happily returned to the depths after the photo shoot!
|Entrant: Dylan Mantel
Comment: This is my favourite catch - a Chinook salmon on the Skeena! Huge thanks to my Dad for always taking me out fishing!