Musky Madness Raffle
Bob White - acclaimed artist, writer & fly fishing guide - is one of the most respected individuals in the fly fishing world. Bob and his wife Lisa have generously donated an $1800 slot at their annual Musky Madness event to Conservation Hawks. We're raffling off the chance to join Bob and his crew of outstanding musky guides in Wisconsin this September.
To make the raffle even more exciting we’ve added an incredible, made-in-America Orvis Mirage IV reel ($650), as well as a pair of stylish Costa 'Cook' sunglasses ($239), a stellar Patagonia Stormfront Sling Pack ($229), and epic Simms Pliers ($179.95). Our sincere thanks to Bob & Lisa White, Orvis, Costa, Patagonia, and Simms for their support!
Musky Madness raffle tickets are $25 each, 3 for $50, or 7 for $100. The drawing will take place on June 15th, 2017, and is limited to a maximum of 500 tickets. 100% of the proceeds will go to Conservation Hawks, a 501c3 nonprofit.
The Grand Prize winner will walk away with the final available spot at Musky Madness. The First Prize winner will take home a brand new Orvis Mirage IV reel, the Second Prize winner will receive new Costa sunglasses, the Third Prize winner will win a new Patagonia Stormfront Sling, and the Fourth Prize winner will land brand new Simms Pliers.
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about musky madness
Join Bob and Lisa White and their team of all-star guides for Musky Madness this September 22, 23 & 24. The ten fishermen and five guides will stay at Chippewa River Lodge, located on the banks of the Chippewa River in northern Wisconsin. This classic northwoods lodge features a stone fireplace, game room, bar, and seven bedrooms. All meals are included. Anglers will enjoy hearty breakfasts and sumptuous dinners accompanied by thoughtfully matched wines and hand-crafted beers. The guides will provide lunches and refreshments each day as anglers float the Chippewa or Flambeau Rivers. Bring your own gear, or enjoy the rods & reels that Orvis provides for Musky Madness.
Oh, and don't be surprised if renowned fly fishing author John Gierach decides to make an appearance.
about bob white
Bob was inducted into the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame in 2009. He was Fly Rod & Reel magazine’s Guide of the Year in 1988. As the 1994 Artist of the Year for the Alaska State Parks Foundation, Bob produced and donated the artwork for the first Alaska State Parks Foundation print. Bob has been featured as a guide and artist on ESPN’s “Fly Fishing the World” and “Fly Fishing America." He currently illustrates the closing columns for Fly Rod & Reel magazine and Ducks Unlimited magazine. He is a columnist for Fly Rod & Reel magazine and regularly contributes to many other sporting publications.