Every year there is a Christmas raffle with 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes. This is all in aid of the RNLI. Its £1 per raffle ticket and half of the proceeds go towards our chosen charity. This year, 1st prize is a Taktix seatbox. This is great for every angler as they need something to put their bits and bobs in. The box comes with 4 compartments for your terminal tackle and a big hollow underneath to put that bulkier tackle inside. 2nd prize is either a Lineaeffe Vigor sea reel or a Hardware Freerunner carp reel. This is perfect as the angler has a choice in which reel they want, whether their a sea angler or a carp angler. The Vigor sea reel is already loaded with 15lb red line so its ready to go. It also comes with a spare spool. The Hardware Freerunner is light, but yet has a strong body and a high impact ball bearing. This reel doesn't have line ready loaded but it is a perfect little reel. 3rd prize is a Lineaeffe headlamp. Whether your down on the sea wall or in your bivvy by the lake, this is an essential for those anglers in the dark. This 8 led headlamp has 100,00 hours worth of led lifetime and it is ultra bright so there would be no problem baiting up. It is also water resistant so if you do have the mishap of dropping it in the water, just pick it back up and no damage is made! The raffle is to be drawn this year on the 23rd of December so if you want a chance of winning one of these great prizes, head on down to Bispham Angling to by your ticket.
We support the RNLI because it's the charity that saves life's out at sea. Half of our raffle ticket money goes towards them as well as 50p per angler from our sea fishing matches. We also have a charity box in store so when customers say "keep the change" that change goes straight into our charity box. What the RNLI do. The RNLI provide, on call, a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service around the UK and Ireland, and a seasonal lifeguard service. With their lifeboats, lifeguards, safetyadvice and flood rescue, their committed to preventing tragedies and tackling the international drowning epidemic. Their crew members rely on the safest, fastest and most reliable life boats for them to get to the incident as fast as they can. They also have many lifeguards on the look out all the time on beaches, so they can spot an incident either before it happens or as soon as it happens.