THE Atlantic Salmon Trust has launched its annual auction to raise money for research.

Over 100 lots are up for grabs including fishing, shooting and stalking in some of Scotland’s most exclusive locations.

Artwork, clothing, food and drink are also going under the hammer online.

Wild salmon stocks have fallen by 70% in the past 25 years, according to a Perth-based charity.

“Our wild salmon are now at a crisis point and it is only through evidence-based research that the Trust and its partners can influence the policy changes needed to give our salmon a future,” the Atlantic Salmon Trust said.

The auction will last until November 17.

Read more stories at Scottish fieldwildlife pages.

Also, don’t miss Michael Wigan’s fishing column October deluxe issue Scottish field magazine.

Atlantic Salmon Trust auction is open

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