If your club, school, or organization has an interest in fishing seminars or speaking programs, you’ve come to the right place.
You will find our fishing seminars and programs in-depth and professional. We cover all equipment in that event’s topic onsite for hands-on learning.
If you have a subject in mind other than what’s listed, let me know. I would be more than happy to devise a program to fit your needs.
My programs most usually run about an hour to 1-1/2 hours. But I can extend or shorten them depending on your scheduling needs.
Rates depend on travel, expenses, program, and materials needed. As a professional, if I am hired to speak at a program, it is my responsibility to get there on my own. So I would not expect travel or hotel reimbursements.
If you have any questions and need answers, feel free to contact me.
Inshore Fishing Seminars
Plugging Stripers in Back Bays and Estuaries
A look at the action that takes place in skinny water along the saltwater estuaries and marshes. Choice of tackle, what plugs to use, and when, and what makes an area productive are all covered in this seminar.
Back Bay Fluke Fishing
An in-depth look at the fluke fishing that takes place in the back bays. It offers a look at tackle choices, artificials, bait fishing, and proper presentation. Where-to & how-to information.
Fluke Fishing with Artificials
Artificial baits to use for fluke fishing, tackle, and matching rods. Locating fluke for artificials and shallow flats fluke fishing.
Back Bay Weakfishing
An in-depth look at the Back Bay Weakfishing. A look at the baits, artificial presentation, and rigging with proper presentation. Structure and biological preferences are covered to improve an angler’s understanding of weakfish.
Drifting Eels for Stripers
An in-depth look at the way stripers are set up on structure and feed. Proper tackle choices, line choices, and preserving eels as bait. How to locate fish and fishing structures with proper presentation of the eel.
Mixed Bag Bottom Fishing
Tackles choices for blackfish, sea bass, and other bottom species. Baits and special rigging requirements for each species. Where to fish for these species, and preferred party boats.
Surf Fishing Seminars
Using Tins & Metal Lures in the Surf
The forgotten art of using metal lures and block tin in the surf is re-visited. This is a 60-minute seminar showing tackle choices, rigging with teasers, and proper presentation of the metal lures. What makes a beach a good candidate for “tin” fishing is also covered along with tide scenarios and how to use the slope of the beach to your advantage.
Surf Fishing for Beginners
Includes safety aspects of the sport, basic tackle, and set-ups. Tackle purchases, plug assortment, and the personal relationship one has within the sport are also covered.
Surf and Jetty Fishing
Seasonal choices for plugs, artificials, baits, and rigs. How to read a beach and what beaches to fish and when. How moon phases, tides, and weather patterns affect the fish.
Freshwater Fishing Seminars
Tackle choices for both fly & spin fishing. Safety tips, how-to and where-to information. Seasonal fly choices and why. Reading streams & rivers.
Sunfish, perch, catfish, and crappie are all covered as are tackle and locations to fish. Seasonal changes and how they affect panfishing. Baits and artificials are covered as well.
Fly Fishing Seminars
Fly Fishing for Beginners
Differences between fly and spin fishing. Proper tackle choices, and casting techniques. Basic flies a beginning angler should carry, accessories, and safety.
Fly Fishing for Largemouth Bass
The tackle needed and why trout fly tackle will not work here. Fly choices, locations to fly fish for bass, seasonal changes, accessories, and safety.
Fly Fishing for Panfish
How to locate prime areas to wave the long wand for a variety of panfish. Fly choices, leaders, tackle, and different weight outfits to match your quarry.