07 March 2017


Fisherman's Night: Fishing on the North Shore & Penobscot River Fishing - Tues March 14

C oncord Rod and Gun Club Fisherman’s Night

Light Tackle & Fly Fishing Strategies for Striped Bass & Bluefish on Boston's North Shore

&The Penobscot River Restoration, Science, & Fishing

Tuesday, March 14th 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. 
By Joe Gugino of Why Knot Fishing & Cody Rubner of The University of Maine

Concord Rod and Gun Club, 74 Strawberry Hill Rd., Concord, MA 01742    www.concordrodandgun.com
Joe Gugino  will focus on light tackle and fly fishing strategies for targeting Striped Bass and  Bluefish from shore, kayak, SUP, and boat on Boson’s North Shore, detailing specific locations, times, tides, approaches and tackle for each situation.

Joe is an accomplished angler, winning the fly fishing division of the NEKF Striper Shootout two years in a row and placing 2nd in the Cheeky Schoolie Fly Fishing Tournament.  His company, Why Knot Fishing, is a team of anglers focused on promoting the sport fishing in a positive light and engaging the community in a fun and exciting way.

Cody Rubner is a senior at the University of ME and is currently completing his degree in Marine Sciences. He will discuss the extensive restoration efforts on the Penobscot River in Maine http://www.penobscotriver.org and how his experience working for Maine Department of Marine Resources shaped his approach to fishing. He founded the University's fishing club and competitive bass team, which in their first two place 3rd place and 13th in Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) Collegiate Tournament Series. His goal for 2017 is to make it to the FLW’s national championships.

Event is free and open to the public. 

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