I’m excited to announce that I’ve partnered with Navionics to present a series of instructional webinars this year. If you’ve never attended a webinar, it’s a lot more in-depth and interactive than the normal live seminar. The webinar is structured around a Power Point presentation that allows you to view detailed maps and photos which help me explain some of my more abstract fishing theories. The webinar portal also allows viewers to send me questions in real time so I can adjust my presentation towards what attendees want to know. All of these things contribute to create a format where I can give a much more detailed explanation of the nuts and bolts of finding and catching fish than I ever could in a regular seminar.
If you missed it, I did a private boater, rockfish seminar last month that is available to watch on YouTube. You can view the video by clicking here.
The next webinar coming up is on targeting island calico bass. The webinar will run about and hour and begins at 6:00 PM on Wednesday April 26th. You will need to register to attend and can do so by clicking here.
While the webinar will focus on island fishing, many of the strategies and techniques will apply to coastal fishing as well. You can expect to learn how to identify potential fishing zones, break those zones down by structure types and conditions, and choose the right baits and presentations to maximize your fishing results. As I mentioned earlier, we’ll be using charts and photos to delve deep into bass fishing theory.
At 6:00 PM on June 14th, I will be heading for deeper water with my webinar on private boat, offshore fishing. This webinar will cover everything you’ll need to know to gain the confidence to quit chasing yesterday’s bite with the rest of the fleet and head out in search of your own hot bite. Topics include using technology to understand why fish are where they are and figure out where they might be next, time management on the water and presentations that will maximize your opportunities. To register for this event, click here. I look forward to answering your questions at one or both of these webinars.