Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing University will take place in South Florida

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The successful program has continued to attract women anglers. Photo courtesy Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing.

The successful program has continued to attract women anglers. Photo courtesy Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing.

Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing University will hold a freshwater fishing seminar on Feb. 9 at Bass Pro Shops in Dania Beach, Fla., from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Hosted by the nonprofit Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing Foundation, the educational event offers classroom instruction, conservation, hands-on fishing activities, networking, a fishing experience from land and gifts. The featured speaker is Capt. Brian Leibowitz.

The program offers rod and reel basics, lure usage, casting techniques, fish retrieval, fish release, strategy and conservation, followed by hands-on fishing skill practice for knot tying, spin casting, releasing, and fish fighting techniques.

After the lunch break will be an all-release fishing experience from the shore of a private lake known for its peacock bass, as well as networking. Fish species are bass and local freshwater favorites.

Equipment and bait is provided. Attendance is limited to 25 people. Registration is $49 for early entry, $59 regular entry.

Featured on national network television, the series is supported by major partners including Recreational Fishing and Boating Foundation, Take Me Fishing, Vamos a Pescar, Mercury, Magic Tilt trailers, Scout Boats, Seven Seas Yacht Sales, Power-Pole and Fish Florida. Largest Annual Sponsors are CCA Florida STAR, Freedom Boat Club, Treasure Cay Beach, Marina & Golf Resort, Sunrise Resort & Marina and Future Angler Foundation.

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