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2020 School Locations

Winthrop Harbor, IL-Day 1

Saturday, January 25, 2020

9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Foundations: Salmon School 101

 

This is a great school for beginning anglers and those who want to review and refresh the fundamentals of big water salmon trolling.

The key to success begins with a clean boat set up and having the right tackle and lures. The focus of this seminar is boat set up, boat control, tackle selection, how to effectively deploy downriggers, copper wire, leadcore, divers, side planers and torpedoes, lure selection, small boat spreads and the ABC's of spring fishing.

 

Cost: $60 includes lunch, goodie bag and raffle. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. 

 

Location: Lake Michigan Angler 1038 Sheridan Rd. Wintrhop Harbor IL 60096.

 

Day 2 at WH is an advanced class and if you attend both days the cost is $100 (advance registration only for the discount).

Winthrop Harbor, IL-

Day 2

Sunday, January 26, 2020

9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Advanced Tactics & Strategies

This multi species class will prepare you for the upcoming season! We take a seasonal approach as we discuss how to locate fish and the seasonal tactics used for kings, coho, steelhead, browns & lake trout; and how to effectively present a complete spread of lures to trigger strikes. This seminar will teach you how to interpret the clues the lake and fish give so you can make decisions and adapt to changing conditions. Currents and how they impact fish migrations, lure presentations, boat control and how to stay on top of active fish will shorten your learning curve.

 

Cost: $60 for one day, attend both days for $100 (advance registration only).

Location: Lake Michigan Angler 1038 Sheridan Rd. Winthrop Harbor, IL 60096.

 

Doors open at 8:00 a.m. seminar runs 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Hudsonville, Mi (Grand Rapids)

Saturday, February 22, 2020

Advanced Tactics & Seasonal Strategies

This multi species class will prepare you for the upcoming season! We take a seasonal approach as we discuss how to locate fish and the seasonal tactics used for kings, coho, steelhead, browns & lake trout; and how to effectively present a complete spread of lures to trigger strikes. This seminar will teach you how to interpret the clues the lake and fish give so you can make decisions and adapt to changing conditions. Currents and how they impact fish migrations, lure presentations, boat control and how to stay on top of active fish will shorten your learning curve.

 

Cost: $60 includes lunch, goody bag and raffle

Doors open at 8:00, Seminar runs 9:00 to 3:00

Location: Hillcrest Christian Reformed Church 3617 Hillcrest Rd, Hudsonville, MI 49426

Rochester, NY Day 1

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Foundations: Salmon School 101

 

This is a great school for beginning anglers and those who want to review and refresh the fundamentals of big water salmon trolling.

The key to success begins with a clean boat set up and having the right tackle and lures. The focus of this seminar is boat set up, boat control, tackle selection, how to effectively deploy downriggers, copper wire, leadcore, divers, side planers and torpedoes, lure selection, small boat spreads and the ABC's of successful King fishing.

 

Cost: $60 includes lunch, goodie bag and raffle. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. seminar runs 9:00-3:00 

 

Location: Firemen's Field Pavilion at 3666 Latta Rd Rochester, NY 14612.

 

Day 2 at Rochester is an advanced class and if you attend both days the cost is $100 (advance registration only for the discount).

Rochester, NY Day 2

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Advanced Tactis & Seasonal Strategies

This multi species class will prepare you for the upcoming season! We take a seasonal approach as we discuss how to locate fish and the seasonal tactics used for kings, coho, steelhead, browns & lake trout; and how to effectively present a complete spread of lures to trigger strikes. This seminar will teach you how to interpret the clues the lake and fish give so you can make decisions and adapt to changing conditions. Currents and how they impact fish migrations, lure presentations, boat control and how to stay on top of active fish will shorten your learning curve.

 

Cost: $60 includes lunch, goody bag and raffle

Doors open at 8:00, Seminar runs 9:00 to 3:00

Location: Firemen's Field Pavilion at 3666 Latta Rd Rochester, NY 14612.

Troy, MI

Saturday April 4, 2020

This multi species class will prepare you for the upcoming season! We take a seasonal approach as we discuss how to locate fish and the seasonal tactics used for kings, coho, steelhead, lake trout & browns; and how to effectively present a complete spread of lures to trigger strikes. This seminar will teach you how to interpret the clues the lake and fish give so you can make decisions and adapt to changing conditions. Currents and how they impact fish migrations, lure presentations, boat control and how to stay on top of active fish will shorten your learning curve.

 

Cost: $60 includes lunch, goody bag and raffle

Doors open at 8:00, Seminar runs 9:00 to 3:00

Location: American Polish Cultural Center  2975 E. Maple Rd. Troy, MI 48083

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