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On The Water Salmon Classes

SALMON 101

Lakeshore Tackle and Firearms has teamed up with the leaders in the industry to provide you with the knowledge you need to catch more fish on the Great Lakes! These classes are 100% hands on and there is nothing like it anywhere!

You won't be sitting in a classroom. Your training will be on the water on a comfortable Tournament Winning 27' Tiara.

Captain Mark Rapson will be teaching you the skills needed to be a successful fisherman on the Great Lakes!

Not only will you get an education on how to fish, you will go home with free products from our sponsors that will help you get the most out of every fishing trip you take!

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

How to use Downriggers

How to Run Divers Both Braid and Wire

How to Run Multiple Divers on a Side

How to Troll using Copper and Leadcore

How to Run Multiple In Line Planer Boards on a Side

How to Select the Right lures/ Flashers

How to Use Meat Rigs

How to Set up and Maximize your boat for Trolling

How Currents and Speed effect your Lures

Knot Tying

Rod and Reel Selection

Much Much More!!

REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS/ What to Bring

Must own a boat (Guests of boat owners may attend, but will not be eligible for free goods)

Cooler for your catch (Fish will be cleaned and bagged for you)

WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE

5 Hours of On The Water Instruction

1-2 Hours of In Store Instruction

Over $250.00 Worth of Product and Discounts for Everyone who attends the Class!

COST OF CLASS

$250.00

Visit our website to sign up http://www.lakeshoretackleandfirearms.com/salmon-classes.html

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I think this would be a great class for someone to take who is just getting started, or someone who wants more knowledge of how the different systems work! Plus, it is an attractive price. A few years ago I looked into taking an "on the water" walleye course" with a "walleye pro" on Green Bay. The price came up after a few e-mail exchanges, $800.00!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:eek::eek::eek: I politely said: :no:thanks!

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