Fishing

Live Chat With Shimano Pro Carter Andrews

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From his roots fishing farm ponds in Tennessee and an aspiring bass tournament angler to be the three-time winner of the famed Jackson Hole One Fly tournament noted saltwater gamefish expert and TV fishing show host Carter Andrews is truly obsessed with everything to do about fishing. He’ll teach viewers about the diverse fisheries on Florida’s East Coast when he joins host JP DeRose on Shimano’s ‘Fishing School’ LIVE series this Wednesday, August 12 on Facebook and YouTube starting at 8 pm EST (7 pm CST, 5 pm PST).

Carter and JP will discuss a variety of topics from targeting Indian River snook and cruising the beach for jacks and tarpon to fishing with jigs for red snapper and grouper offshore. And with him being live from White’s Tackle in Fort Pierce, Florida during the event, he’ll showcase the right Shimano rod and reel setups that can contribute to a successful day on the water.

To view the live event, visit https://www.facebook.com/FishShimanoNorthAmerica, or on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/FishWithShimano.

Throughout the month and into September, Shimano will continue it’s Fishing School’ live events focusing on fishing situations that will start to heat up leading into the fall. “We’ll have Avery Rose talking about her bass fishing experience and efforts in getting more youths engaged in fishing on August 19, and then focus on Lowcountry fishing with Capt. John Irwin on August 26,” said Blaine Anderson with Shimano. “Plus,  we’ll be able to feature pro bass angler Greg DiPalma on September 2, a reschedule of our July 29 event that was short-circuited due to internet connections when Greg was fishing a B.A.S.S. Elite event in upstate New York. Seth Funt will join us again on September 9 to talk about his techniques for daytime swordfishing.”

Visit Shimano’s Facebook page for future show topics and other information. You can also view past ‘Fishing School’ events on largemouth and smallmouth bass, tarpon, striped bass, snook, snapper, redfish, and deep-drop swordfish, as well as the growing high school/college bass fishing scene.