50th Anniversary Online Auction

THE ATLANTIC SALMON TRUST 50TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL ONLINE AUCTION

Our annual online auction is now live! Please use the Online Auction button at the top of the page to access it or type http://auction.atlanticsalmontrust.org into your browser.

The Atlantic Salmon Trust president Earl Percy invites you to bid for a host of unique sporting opportunities.

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 goes live on 14th January and closes on 14th February with over 200 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.

Outstanding fishing lots include Norwegian Salmon fishing, (Guide prices £3,200 and £1,620) Birgham Dub on Tweed (£500), Stobhall on the Tay (£585) and Park on the Dee (£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 (£650).

All lots have been generously donated and the proceeds will allow us continue our vital conservation research.

Date
14/01/17 - 14/02/17
Time
Location
Online

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To book your place at the conference, or to view the provisional programme, please click the LINK below or copy the following address into your browser https://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-headwater-to-headland-tickets-29884203457

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