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Is there anything better than fishing the epic waters of British Columbia’s Bulkley and Morice rivers during a stunning autumn week in October? How about winning a week-long trip for only $100? You heard us right…Native Fish Society is raffling off a spot – to one lucky winner – for a week of wild fish, primetime fishing joy to the Frontier Steelhead Experience lodges in beautiful British Columbia.

Trip dates are set for October 21-28, 2022 and you better believe that your hosts are ready to spoil you rotten.

PURCHASE YOUR TICKET HERE

The main lodge in Smithers is the starting point for this huge week of adventure. Although there are 12 guests a week, the group splits into two and you are never fishing with more than 6 people all week long. A group of 6 will head to the Morice Lodge and the other 6 will stay at the main lodge fishing the Bulkley Canyons. Mid-week guests will flip flop. This means you will only be sharing the lodge and the river (either Bulkley or Morice) with six people during the week. Needless to say, with some of the largest returns of wild steelhead in the world, an exceptional program, and top-notch guides and staff that are there just for you – how can you pass up this incredible opportunity?!

Raffle tickets are on sale NOW for $100 each, and will close on September 15th. Winner drawing will be held Friday, September 16th at 3pm at our Oregon City headquarters. With only 250 tickets available, and the pent-up excitement to get out of the country, this is the perfect opportunity to spend those stockpiled COVID vacation bucks and buy a raffle ticket or three. The odds of winning are high, and the adventure will be that of a lifetime!

Details: 1 angler / October 21-28, 2022 / Guided steelhead fishing + accommodations
*Does not include travel to Smithers, British Columbia, licensing, or gratuity.
**COVID restrictions may apply to enter Canada

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