A Thomas & Thomas switch rod is being raffled through Sept. 30 at midnight with proceeds to benefit the mission of Project Healing Waters Erie.
Skip Hughes, of Mile Creek Custom Rods, built the 10-foot, 7-weight four-piece. The rod features a blank and reel seats from Thomas & Thomas, guides from Snake Guides and grips and Alps guides from Batson. The rod also will be lined by Cortland. The fighting butt will be inset with a Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing marker.
Line included, the rod has a value of more than $1,000.
Buy as many as 10 tickets at once here for $10 each. Each ticket is assigned a number. On the day of the drawing, organizers will use random.org to select the winner, who will be notified by e-mail or phone. Include name, address, e-mail and phone number during your ticket purchase.
Project Healing Waters Erie will get 100 percent of the proceeds to fund trips and fly fishing gear for disabled military personnel.