WINTER PARK, Fla. (Jan. 11, 2017) – The Salt Water Sportsman National Seminar Series will celebrate its 30-year anniversary tour with Florida Keys anglers at Coral Shores High School on Jan. 28 The National Seminar Series is the nation’s longest-running and most popular educational course on recreational marine fishing tactics and techniques. The tour is presented by Bass Pro Shops and hosted by George Poveromo of “George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing” on the NBC Sports Network. Glenn Law, a prominent light tackle fishing expert and editor at Salt Water Sportsman, will co-host.
Expert Instruction for Anglers of all Experience Levels
Each presentation on the eight-city tour is geared to the how-tos and where-tos of catching saltwater fish in that region — inshore, near shore and offshore. Courses at the Islamorada event will focus on locating productive patch reefs; no-nonsense wreck fishing tactics; trophy king fishing made easy; targeting permit in the channels and on wrecks; understanding local offshore waters (locating edges of the Gulf Stream, thermal breaks, warm water fingers and upwelling); and more.
Teams of top local pros and nationally-recognized saltwater angling authorities serve as the faculty at each seminar. For the full list of instructors joining Poveromo and Law, see the website.
Participants at the Islamorada seminar will also receive admission to an after party at the local World Wide Sportsman store from 5-9 p.m. Here, anglers can mingle with Poveromo and select presenters, get personalized tips and tricks, and browse the latest products. Complimentary food, refreshments and live music will be provided, and all attendees can bring one guest.
Tickets and Registration
Long considered the best bargain in sportfishing, a National Seminar Series ticket is $55 and covers five hours of instruction from the best in the business, a new 30th Anniversary course textbook, a one-year subscription to Salt Water Sportsman magazine, and a considerable selection of gifts and gear.
Attendees can also win thousands of dollars in door prizes: the day’s grand prize is a Florida Keys fishing trip, and the series’ grand prize is a new Mako Pro Skiff 17 CC boat.
The Salt Water Sportsman National Seminar Series comes to Islamorada Jan. 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., hosted at the Performing Arts Center of Coral Shores High School, 89901 Old Hwy, Tavernier, FL 33070. Registration can be done by phone at 800-448-7360 (credit card only) or online at nationalseminarseries.com.
For more information, visit nationalseminarseries.com.