Babine for a Benjamin Raffle is on now!

1 Lucky Angler, 1 Epic Week on the Babine River this Fall for just $100!

British Columbia’s Babine River is the hallowed homewaters of some of the largest wild steelhead swimming on the planet. At the Babine Steelhead Lodge, their goal is for you to have the fishing adventure of a lifetime – which you could experience for only $100! 

From the minute you arrive at the lodge, you will experience first-class fishing and accommodations. Not to mention the Babine River is considered one of the last unspoiled rivers in British Columbia, making its pristine beauty the ideal setting for a memorable wilderness getaway.

Trip Details: 1 angler / Steelhead Season 2024 – dates to be determined / Guided steelhead fishing on the Babine River, hosted by Tom Derry

Tickets: $100/ea⁠ *Only 250 tickets will be sold⁠


Raffle tickets on sale: NOW – February 29th, 2024

Drawing: Friday, March 1st, 2024 @ 3pm⁠

Don’t miss this week-long dream trip, including fishing with some of the best guides around, delicious gourmet dining, and tranquil river-side lodging – all of which could be yours for just $100! 

We’re talking about your best (and most economical shot) at some of the incredible dry line (even dry fly) wild steelhead fishing in the world.

That’s right, the one and only Babine Steelhead Lodge has generously donated a week of steelhead fishing on the Babine River for one angler to support the Native Fish Society’s work reviving abundant wild, native fish across the Pacific Northwest.

How does it work? Native Fish Society is selling 250 tickets for $100 each. We’ll draw the winner on March 1st, and then the lucky angler will get ready for the time of their life!

Trip Includes:

  • World-class guided fishing on the Babine
  • Cozy accommodations at the newly renovated lodge
  • Gourmet meals prepared by the talented Lodge Chef and staff
  • Full bar, beer, and wine

Not Included:

  • Does not include travel to Smithers, B.C., taxes, gratuities, or licenses.

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