08 April 2019


Fisherman's Night-Tuesday, April 9 - 7:00 - Concord Rod & Gun Club

Concord Rod & Gun Club Fisherman's Night

Light Tackle & Fly Fishing on Boston’s North Shore
By Joe Gugino of Why Knot Fishing
Secrets of Fishing Cape Cod
By Ryan Collins of My Fishing Cape Cod
Tuesday, April 9, 2019   7:00 – 9:00 pm
Concord Rod and Gun Club, 74 Strawberry Hill Rd., Concord, MA 01742   www.concordrodandgun.com
Joe’s talk will focus on light tackle and fly fishing strategies for targeting Striped Bass and Blues from shore, kayak, SUP, and boat on Boston’s North Shore. The presentation will focus on different types of locations to target, what times and tides are best for certain areas, and which approach and tackle may be best in certain situations. His company, Why Knot Fishing, is a team of anglers focused on promoting the sport in a positive light and engaging with the community in a fun and exciting way. They run a monthly series of fishing meet-ups, and catch and release tournaments throughout the summer.
Ryan Collins from My Fishing Cape Cod will give us tips and insights, month-by-month, through a season, for fishing Cape Cod. Learn what species will be available from shore and boat. Discover top locations and techniques for striped bass, bluefin tuna and more. Complete with high resolution photos and videos from Ryan's own Cape Cod fishing trips. Everyone in attendance at the seminars will receive two free "cheat sheets" which contain extra information about tackle, equipment and areas around the Cape. Ryan is the creator of My Fishing Cape Cod, an online membership site and community with resources and people to help make your time fishing on Cape Cod more productive and more fun. Ryan is also host of My Fishing Cape Cod TV, which airs Saturday and Sunday mornings on NBC Sports Boston. Ryan also has a variety of group fishing trips planned for 2019 which club members may want to participate in.

Seminar is free and open to the public.
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Alina Smith said...

You will always find out a way to make fishing more fun and productive if you are dedicated to learning new techniques and learning the right techniques for the job.

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