Sporting lots: Atlantic Salmon Trust's online auction opens
By Charlie White
We are proud sponsors of The Atlantic Salmon Trust, a charitable trust with just one goal - to save the Atlantic salmon. The Trust celebrates its 50th year with a Gala Dinner on Thursday 25th May at Syon Park, by kind permission of Lord Percy...
You can find out more about the fantastic work of The Atlantic Salmon Trust on their website.
Details of the Gala event along with information on the Trust's activities can be seen here.
During dinner there will be an auction of some truly exciting lots. Do not despair if you are unable to make the evening; you can pre-bid through the Online Auction.
Here are just a sample of the 100 lots...
- Two rods for six days on The Lower Varzuga in Russia - a fantastic opportunity to fish the most prolific Atlantic salmon river in the world
- A day's fishing Junction Pool, River Tweed, with Sir Ian Botham
- Promotional images and an edited one minute film (drone and camera) of your home/river/shoot
- A week's fishing for three rods on the River Shin in Scotland
- One rod for two days on the Laxa-a-Asum in Iceland
Please be generous in supporting the Atlantic Salmon Trust - and in doing so secure something special for yourself!
Through the sincere generosity of His Grace, The Duke of Buccleuch, we are delighted to help support this amazing and unique package of staying at Drumlanrig Castle for two nights and shooting on the magnificent Drumlanrig Estate. All funds raised will go straight to the Foundation to help fight the battle against Motor Neurone Disease.
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