World Predator Classic set for expansion

Ross Honey and Thorsten Trojan (centre), flanked by Dutch commercial lawyers.

More opportunities for sponsors, participants and the Dutch region where it is hosted are being promised following a deal to expand and grow the popular World Predator Classic event.

Founder Ross Honey from Angling Spirit has finalised an agreement with Thorsten Trojan from Dutch travel and boating business RheinlandBoote to enable international expansion to continue through the Dutch division of RheinlandBoote BV.

Signed with blue ink and accompanied by Dutch commercial lawyers, the WPC is now also formally completely ‘Dutch’ and thus also well positioned for the future.

The WPC is a really special fishing tournament that rightly stands out as one of the most international events of its kind. 

For more than eight years, participants from across Europe have been competing in a sporting yet friendly competition to win the title of World Predator Classic Champion, meeting friends while competing for an incredible main prize, all embedded in the Hellevoetsluis region and its fantastic waters.

Ross said: “Developing a tournament in the WPC format and making it successful for participants, sponsors and the region in which it is held is a challenge that requires a lot of passion, know-how and commitment.”