Spring Fishing with kids at bass pro

Spring Fishing with Kids at Bass Pro

Spring Fishing with Kids at Bass Pro

Spring Fishing with Kids at Bass Pro was great. Another successful SPRING FISHING CLASSIC was held this past weekend on March 5 & 6, 2011 at BASS PRO SHOPS in Dania Beach/Ft.Lauderdale, Florida. Informative free seminars were presented on freshwater fishing, fish filleting and frying, tarpon fishing, bass fishing, bottom fishing local South Florida wrecks, rigging ballyhoo, and even a free wildlife show with live animals. The weekend concluded with Captain Brian’s Kids Fishing with the Pros, a program that enables children to learn how to use a fishing rod and reel by casting into the water and experiencing firsthand the thrill of catching their first fish.

The success of this past weekend would not have been possible without the team effort and planning of Promotions under the direction of Diana Rodriguez and all the local Pro Staffers and fishing experts who contributed their knowledge and expertise for this great program. Each seminar was filled to capacity with fishermen eager to learn old and new techniques in order to CATCH MORE FISH. BASS PRO products, including hooks, lines, rods and reels, were demonstrated to give the angler choices in choosing the proper tackle for his catch. BASS PRO SHOPS provides a wonderful educational opportunity for the outdoorsman living in South Florida to expand his fishing prowess to CATCH MORE FISH!

Stay tuned for my next blog on catching tarpon, otherwise known as the MIGHTY SILVER KING! Now is the time to start planning your next fishing trip as tarpon move into the southern waters of the Florida Keys. If tarpon is on your list, then take advantage of my knowledge now since the best months to hook a 100-200 lb. tarpon are during the months of April, May and June. With many years of targeting tarpon in the Keys, I will be available as your professional guide during these months.

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