When it comes to fishing, there’s no educational substitute for TOW (time on the water). You’ll hear veteran anglers preach this over and over again for the simple reason that it’s true. There’s no better teacher than experience. However, for some women, it can be a challenge assembling all of the resources (boat, knowledgeable fishing friends and/or equipment) needed to get that TOW. That’s when you can rely on the “Beyond BOW” Fishing Clinics coordinated by Jeanene Arrington-Fisher of Not a Clue Adventures to help you out. Jeanene gave Debbie Hanson of B’ASS Fisherwomen all of the official details when we saw her at the BOW Ocala workshop in March.
What: Beyond Becoming an Outdoors Woman Fishing Clinic
When: Saturday, May 18th, 2013 through Sunday, May 19th, 2013
Where: Highland Park Fish Camp in Deland, Fla.
Who: Women who want to learn how to fish (youth under 12 are also welcome).
Clinic Specifics: You’ll be instructed on bass fishing equipment, knots, technique, fish identification, lures and bait. Plus, a bonus lesson on how to clean and cook your own catch.
Cost: $130 per person for adults, $95 for youth under 12.
Meals and tents will be provided to all attendees. Saturday will be a full day of instruction and fishing. Sunday the group will take a pontoon boat our on a beautiful tributary of the St Johns River along Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge to practice all newly learned fishing skills. Class size is limited to 10 people.
For Additional Information: Call Jeanene Arrington-Fisher of Not a Clue Adventures at 813-789-0904.