50th Anniversary Annual Online Auction 2017

The Atlantic Salmon Trust president Earl Percy invites you to bid for a host of unique sporting opportunities in the AST 50th Anniversary Annual Online Auction 2017.

Salmon carry information about the condition of the oceans right back to the rivers and the drastic decline in salmon numbers is symptomatic of widespread problems thousands of miles away.

We need to understand what is happening and initiate reforms that will save much more than just the Atlantic salmon.

Help us save the salmon and prevent a global ecological tragedy.

The Atlantic Salmon Trust’s 50th Anniversary annual online auction went live on 14th January 2017 and closes on 14th February 2017 with over 160 lots including UK and Overseas fishing, stalking and shooting and an eclectic selection of variety lots.

Stalking lots include roebuck in Perthshire, hind stalking lots in Argyll and shooting lots include driven woodcock shooting for a team of guns in Pembrokeshire.

With over 160 lots ranging from salmon fishing, wild sea trout, trout & grayling fishing, shooting & stalking and fishing equipment – this is probably the largest auction of its kind. There is sport to suit every taste and pocket, with starting bids ranging from £20 – £2,400.

Outstanding fishing lots include Norwegian Salmon fishing on the River Orkla, (Starting bid £2,400, Guide price £3,200) Birgham Dub on the Tweed (Start bid £375, Guide Price £500), Stobhall on the Tay (Start bid £435, Guide Price £585) and Park on the Dee (Starting bid £260, Guide Price £350). There are also some superb trout fishing lots on chalk streams and wild brown trout fishing, and a week fishing lochs on Islay including accommodation (Current bid £620, Guide Price £830).

All lots have been generously donated and the proceeds will allow the AST to continue to undertake and fund vital conservation research.

For full details of all lots on offer and instructions on how to register your bid visit:

Funds raised through the online auction go to support projects and research undertaken to protect and conserve wild Atlantic salmon and Sea trout. To find out more please visit the AST’s new website: www.atlanticsalmontrust.org

If you have registered to bid in our previous online auctions, you will be able to login using the same credentials this year.

Supporters who prefer not to use the internet can still take part. Please call us on 0131 221 6550 and we will post you a catalogue. You can then contact us with your bid(s) and we will do your bidding for you.

The Atlantic Salmon Trust
11 Rutland Square, Edinburgh, EH1 2AS
Telephone: 0131 221 6550
Email: info@atlanticsalmontrust.org