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Inshore Fishing University
Baton Rouge - Argosy Casino January 15, 2005
Many anglers across the gulf coast have a passion for inshore fishing.
Whether you enjoy catching large mule trout on the islands and rigs during the
prime spawning months or hunting tailing reds on the shallowest flats, you as an
angler need to expand your fishing knowledge in every way possible so you can
become the best angler that you possibly can be. Now there is a forum where
serious anglers can come together to learn the knowledge and techniques that
only the professionals utilize.
Charlie Thomason, who is a professional redfish tournament angler, competing on
the Oberto Redfish Cup series, a local television host, who has appeared
nationally on ESPN, and a seasoned fishing charter captain as the owner of Bayou
Charters, is now offering all anglers the opportunity to enhance their ongoing
education of inshore fishing. Capt. Charlie has compiled years of schooling and
on-water experience and has put together a course through Inshore Fishing
University which will offer any angler the essential tools to become more
successful on the water. These courses are presented in a one-on-one setting and
are designed to teach and explain the basic strategies needed to increase an
angler's productivity during each fishing excursion.
Capt. Charlie Thomason demonstrates all aspects of successful inshore fishing
such as: Pattern Fishing, Tides, Spawns, Moon Phases, Live and Artificial bait
uses, Color Selection of Artificial Baits, Rod and Reel Selection, Mental Game,
Sight Fishing, Knot Tying, Online Fishing Logs, and much more. Capt. Charlie
Thomason offers his knowledge and secrets to those who attend the nationally
known Inshore Fishing University Seminar Courses. These courses are taught
without lesson plans or scripts. Capt. Charlie gives anglers a one-on-one
detailed class, which explains precisely the ingredients needed to become a more
productive inshore angler.
Fishing is one of the oldest sports on record and more people fish than play
golf and tennis combined. There has been a tremendous growth of inshore fishing
during the past ten years, which has created a need for an outstanding
descriptive inshore course such as the one now being offered by the Inshore
Fishing University. Many avid anglers are new to the different techniques and
tactics used in saltwater fishing. Through the Inshore Fishing University
seminar, anglers with all levels of skill now have a forum to attend to gain the
needed knowledge to become productive in inshore saltwater fishing. The mission
of the Inshore Fishing University is to educate anglers on the importance of
conservation and to enhance the population of sport fish in our great country.
and attend my seminar on January 15th, 2005 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the
Argosy Casino in Baton Rouge. I want all anglers to know that I have a passion
to not only catch fish but also to educate others on the skills that I have
acquired while fishing the waters all across the gulf coast. Because it is
getting close to spring and most anglers in Louisiana love the thrill of
catching large speckled trout, I will be detailing the spawn and habits of large
females during this course. For you redfish anglers, I will be explaining the
techniques of sight fishing and the art of proper bait presentation on tailing
reds. I guarantee that you will not only become a better angler by attending
this course, but you will also catch more fish during your next trip!
To keep my seminars personal and one-on-one, we are only allowing seating for
100 anglers so pre-registration is a must. Any paid adult is allowed to have one
child 12 years or younger attend the course free of charge. Your maps, rod and
reels, lures and questions are all welcome while attending this course. I plan
to provide as much information as possible during this 6-hour seminar so every
angler who attends will find it beneficial and improve their angling skills.
Remember - No Testing - No Quizzes - No Boring Lectures, just one angler
sharing his skills and experiences with those anglers who have a passion for
Please visit our website, www.inshoreuniversity.com
for pre-registration information or call (504)-278-3474.
Capt. Charlie Thomason
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