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Jurassic Classic Sturgeon Fishing Tournament

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Jurassic Classic Sturgeon Fishing Tournament
5th ANNUAL WILD SHEEP JURASSIC CLASSIC STURGEON FISHING TOURNAMENT • 2 - DAY TRIP FOR 2 ANGLERS JURASSIC CLASSIC COMMITTEE - WSSBC AND GOABC
DATES: Aug 14-17, 2020
(Chilliwack BC)
DONATION: Working with the support of the Wild Sheep Foundation, the WSSBC (Wild Sheep Society of BC) and the GOABC (Guide Outfitter Association of BC) have come together to bring you the 5th Annual Jurassic Classic Sturgeon Fishing Tournament which will take place on the majestic Fraser River in British Columbia, Canada. This collaborative event brings conservationists together from across North America to raise funds for wild sheep conservation projects in British Columbia. This event is being offered Aug 14-17th, 2020 and will include 28 professionally guided teams, each consisting of two anglers, from all across North America. Join us in Chilliwack BC for two all-inclusive days of world-class sturgeon fishing, meals, three nights hotel accommodations, topped with an awards banquet on the final evening of the weekend. Last year the prize package was valued at $10,000. This is not your standard ‘fishing trip’ and is exclusive to only those who purchase teams through conservation chapters and affiliates.
The focus on this trip is to promote and support wild sheep projects in British Columbia and provide the 56 anglers with some great camaraderie and friendly competition. The overlying theme of this event is to show up and enjoy a weekend where we take care of all of the details. All participants will be treated to a Wild Game BBQ on the shores of the mighty Fraser River on the Saturday evening. This two day fishing trip is provided by Great Rivers Fishing Adventures who offer fully guided world-class white sturgeon charters with fish that can exceed 1500 pounds and 13 feet in length. Come out and support BC wild sheep projects and enjoy a great weekend on the river. Last year this event was a great success and raised over $50,000 for wild sheep projects across British Columbia. This year the demand for teams will be high, so this is your chance to be a part of this unique event!