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NFSS Surf Fishing Seminar - Sat. Jan. 19th!!!!!

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We will be having an NFSS Surf Fishing Seminar on Saturday, January 19th at the Town of Babylon Annex building
from 10:00am - 2:00pm.

The address for the Annex bldg is:
281 Phelps Lane
North Babylon, NY 11703

Cost: $8.
Reserve your spot by sending your $8 fee to:
Nor'east Saltwater
525 W Jericho Tpke
Smithtown, NY 11787

Donuts and coffee will be served.
Featured presenters will be: Ken (Legasea) and Kevin (Walleyeman)
Noreast name tags will be made for each attendee.

A hands on Knot-Tying Station with Eric (ihavegills) will be set up to improve your ability to tie various types of knots.

Topics covered will be...
The Mind of a Surf Caster
The thought process
The sensation
Kids, family and friends
Surf Etiquette

Reading the Beach
Holes ? deep and deadly
Drains ? current = bass magnet
Bars ? hiding spots for the predator

Thinking Like a Bass
Feeding as opposed to catching

Tidal Impact (Diagram Current vs Tide / Moons)
Surf - low to read and high to fish
Inlets - discuss time delta ? current vs. tide
Jetties ? sweeps / dead spots and time delta
Back bays ? variations from East to West

LI Target Areas (NO SPOT BURNING) ;)
North Shore ? Harbors, inlets and beach front
South Shore ? Inlets, bays and beach front
Montauk ? North side, south side and the light

Rods and Reels
Spring, Summer and Fall NS
Spring, Summer and Fall SS

What?s in my Surf Bag
North Shore
South Shore
Bait Chunks, Eels, Clams, Worms

Tips and Tactics for Successful Surf Fishing
Casting for Distance
General Surf Gear

WRAP up with...
Waders and water
Rocks at night

A Q&A time with Ken and Kevin will be made available!

Please sign up asap as space is limited! :)
See the sign up page thread on the NFSS discussion board

This post edited by walleyeman 04:13 PM 01/08/2008
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