The Atlantic Salmon Trust (AST) has, once again, partnered with the East Ranga river and RIPP Sporting to offer this bucket list fly fishing experience.
Included* in this four-day trip (20 – 23rd August 2022) is full board accommodation at the East Ranga Lodge, and a single en-suite room for each rod. The Lodge is situated in the south-west corner of Iceland just 80 minutes from the Icelandic capital Reykjavik, with unbroken views of snowy Mt. Hekla and the Eyjarfjallajokull glacier to the east. Flowing past the fishing lodge is the East Ranga river, one of the most productive Atlantic salmon rivers in the world, with a five-year average catch of 4299 salmon, high even by Icelandic standards, and an all-time record of 9070 salmon landed in the 2020 season. The prize is for two rods fishing six half-day sessions over four days, fully guided.
Worth £12,000 and described by Jim H, 2021’s prize draw winner, as “absolutely terrific” with “first-class” guides, this will be a memorable experience for any angler looking to cast in one of Iceland’s most iconic rivers. Click Here to see more about the East Ranga
Mark Bilsby (CEO, Atlantic Salmon Trust) welcomes the support from RIPP Sporting,
“We are indebted to RIPP Sporting Ltd and the East Ranga for this substantial donation and the chance to make someone’s bucket list dreams come true. All the funds raised will support the general running of the Trust, allowing us to focus on our vital conservation work as we continue to put wild salmon first.”
The Atlantic Salmon Trust continues with their ambitious research programmes, looking at salmon smolts’ migration to sea to gain a better understanding of the threats they face on their journey; with the ultimate aim of producing realistic and achievable management goals to better protect them.
If you’re longing for the trip of a lifetime in 2022 while supporting salmon conservation at the same time, why not enter this prize draw and be in with the chance of winning a world-class fishing trip on the extraordinary and prolific East Ranga river in Iceland. Visit https://uk.givergy.com/astprizedraw for full terms and conditions and your chance to enter to win this incredible experience.
Prize draw can be entered at https://uk.givergy.com/astprizedraw from 20th March and will close at 4pm on 29th April. Tickets are £50.
RIPP Sporting Ltd, one of the UK’s foremost agents, represents a select group of the world’s finest fly fishing destinations – including managing Iceland’s famous East Ranga river. Once again, they have generously donated two August rods, with accommodation and guide, for this majestic river, with all the proceeds of the prize draw going to the Atlantic Salmon Trust.