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Saltwater Fishing for Beginners - North Port   

This class is for people who are new to saltwater fishing in Florida. Maybe you have fished in Florida but still consider yourself a novice. Come join our class! There are always some new tips and tricks to learn, including: • What kind of rod and reels you need and how to use them. • What kind of tackle to use: hooks, sinkers, popping corks, leaders, etc. • Fishing from a boat, kayak, pier, and surf fishing. • What live baits to use and how to use them. • What artificial lures work best for different species of fish. • How to catch seatrout, redfish, snook, flounder, and other inshore species. • Safety concerns when fishing from a kayak and boat. • How to tie a variety of fishing knots. This is a 6-hour class spread out over 3 days. The first two class meetings will be in a classroom. The third class will be a hands-on class at Boca Grande Beach. During the first class you will be told what to bring for fishing on the beach. I will recommend several good bait shops for buying fishing equipment.


Saltwater Fishing for Beginners - North Port   Class already in is possible that the teacher may allow a late registration.  Please call the office at 941-361-6590.
Item: GSFNP1001 Robert Fraser
Tu 10/8/2019 - 10/22/2019  NOTE: The third class on October 22, will meet at Boca Grande Beach at 2pm

Register early to avoid disappointment, as classes will fill up quickly!

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