Posted by Capt_Dave on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 @ 11:34:36 EST (68 reads)
Greenville “Hands On” Saltwater Fishing School
The captains selected for the Greenville Saltwater Fishing School are not only specialists in their field, but they also have the personality and communication skills to be strong and effective educators.
There will be main seminars and several hands-on stations going on concurrently all day long, so you will always be able to find a session that interests you.
The main seminars will have three captains working together to thoroughly cover their particular subject material, as well as give their different perspectives on what works for them.
The hands-on stations are smaller, with participants often tying and making the rigs themselves. You learn the rigs. You make the rigs. You keep the rigs.
In addition to the full day of learning and interacting with our captains, the $90 price includes a Fish School t-shirt, breakfast, snacks, drinks, a BBQ/chicken lunch, rigging materials, a goodie bag, door prizes, and a chance to win a citation red drum trip as well as a Costa Rica fishing adventure or an Argentinian duck hunting trip.
For more information on the Greenville Schools(or to reserve your seat--space is limited), you can go to www.fishermanspost.com and click on the “Fishing Schools” link. You can also call (910) 452-6378 or email email@example.com.
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