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Feb 02 2010

Learn the Secrets of Catching Striped Bass with Capt. Richie Gaines

Striped bass seminars chesapeake bay seminar chesapeake fishing guide Richie Gaines light tackle fishing for striped bassJoin Capt. Richie Gaines on Saturday, March 13 at Chesapeake College for a one-day seminar on how to find and catch striped bass (rockfish) throughout the different seasons on the Chesapeake Bay. All levels of anglers are welcome!

Fishing techniques such as trolling, chumming, live lining, and light tackle will be covered along rigging, knots, and equipment selection. Gaines will also share his knowledge on how to find and fish productive locations in the mid Bay.

Captain Richie Gaines has been guiding anglers in the Chesapeake region for over twenty years and has earned the reputation as one of the top light tackle guides on the Bay. He fishes the Bay from the Susquehanna Flats to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, moving with the fish to follow the best bite. Gaines serves as President of the Chesapeake Guides Association, is past Chairman of the Maryland Sport Fishing Advisory Commission, and has been featured in several national fishing magazines and television shows.

The course fee for the seminar is $52.00. Participants should bring a brown bag lunch. For registration information, contact Marci Leach at mleach@chesapeake.edu or call 410-827-5833.

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Apr 15 2009

Catch Lateral Line’s Brandon White on Fox 1370 Sports Radio in Baltimore this Saturday April 18th

fox_sports_radioI, Brandon White,  will be on CalZone Outdoors with Cal Sutphin on Fox 1370 Sports Radio in Baltimore, MD from 6 – 8 AM this Saturday April 18, 2008 for the Opening Day of the Spring Rockfish Season in Maryland’s Chesapeake bay.

If you do not get he signal you can tune in live through the internet at here, just click where it says “Listen Live” and a player will come up.
just want to talk fishing you can call in at: (410) 481-1370

The show will be rerun at 6pm on Saturday night in case you miss the morning broadcast.

We’ll be talking Opening Day of Striped Bass Season in Maryland, trolling for stripers, light tackle fishing, saltwater fly fishing, TidalFish.com, Lateral Line and whatever else fishing comes up.

Thanks
Brandon

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Feb 27 2009

Learn the Secrets of Catching Striped Bass with Capt. Richie Gaines on March 28

richie_stripersJoin Capt. Richie Gaines on Saturday, March 28 at Chesapeake College for a one-day seminar on how to find and catch striped bass (rockfish) throughout the different seasons on the Chesapeake Bay. All levels of anglers are welcome!

Fishing techniques such as trolling, chumming, live lining, and light tackle will be covered along rigging, knots, and equipment selection. Gaines will also share his experiences on how to find and fish productive fishing locations across the ent ire Bay.

Captain Richie Gaines has been guiding anglers in the Chesapeake region for over twenty years and has earned the reputation as one of the top light tackle guides on the Bay. For over forty years, he has fished the Bay year-round from the Susquehanna Flats to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, moving with the fish to follow the best bite. Gaines serves as President of the Chesapeake Guides Association, is Chairman of the Maryland Sport Fishing Advisory Commission, and has been featured in several national fishing magazines and television shows.

Course fees for the seminar are $52.00 and include a continental breakfast. Participants should bring a brown bag lunch. For registration information, please contact Marci Leach at mleach@chesapeake.edu or by calling 410-827-5833.

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Jan 28 2009

Pisgah Fly Masters Emerging as Fly Fishing Competition in North Carolina

Pisgah Fly Masters Emerging as Fly Fishing Competition in North CarolinaOrganizers believe the Pisgah Fly Masters, a casting and fly-fishing competition in North Carolina preparing for its second year on March 21-22, could emerge as a premier event with continued success.

“Having the inaugural event under our belt helps,” said Emilie Johnson, “And I believe adding a youth category this year for anglers younger than 16 will enhance the competition and gain popularity.”

Hosted by the Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education, a free-to-the-public learning facility operated by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, the Pisgah Fly Masters challenges anglers’ casting skills off-stream, with finalists moving on to catch and release competition on the river.

Registration is open to the first 125 entrants through March 3, 2009 for $50, with a late registration available for $75 until March 21, space remaining. The event is sponsored by Davidson River Outfitters.

The Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education is located near Brevard, adjacent to the Bobby N. Setzer State Fish Hatchery. Aquatic ecosystems and cold water conservation are a large part of the exhibits and displays.

All proceeds from the tournament will go toward wildlife and aquatic education programs at the Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education. For the competition format, rules, prize list and entry forms, contact the Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education at (828) 877-4423 or e-mail emilie.johnson@ncwildlife.org

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Jan 27 2009

Fly Fishing Event of the Year – TieFest 2009

Published by under Fishing and Boat Shows

Fly Fishing Event of the Year, TieFest 2009, Saltwater Fly Fishing, Freshwater Fly FishingIf you live anywhere on the east coast and have not attended Tie Fest and are interested in fly fishing (beginner, expert or just curious) I highly encourage you to attend. It is put on in the true spirit of what fly fishing is all about!

I/we have made Tiefest every year, this year I/we will unfortunately we will miss it this year due to be chasing golden dorado and trout in Patagonia. We’ll be there in spirit and be posting pictures here.

When: Feb 14, 2009
Time: 8am to 4pm
Cost: FREE
Where: Kent Island Yacht Club, Kent Island Maryland
Directions here

Grub (food): The yacht club will have food and drink for a small fee

Information: There will be rod companies, line reps, guides, clubs, shops, and special guests like Lefty Kreh and Bob Popovics just to name a few. Tyers will come from near and far… casting instructors will give free lessons.. it will be a great days folks!
*click on the flier picture in this post for more information

This year the event will be supporting oyster aquaculture in area rivers. We’ll grow em’ and put em’ in places they will be safe to filter the water and help the bay!
It is small enough to be hands on and large enough to draw the big guns in the sport.

I can’t tell you how important this event is to our sport and our community. With the loss of area shops, this is the best way to teach our sport to future generations…
Bring your kids guys.. I’ll make sure they get a casting lesson from the great ones.. something they will never forget

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Jan 25 2009

56th Annual Mid Atlantic Sports and Boat Show at the Virginia Beach Convention Center Feb 5-8, 2009

56th Annual Mid Atlantic Sports and Boat Show

Dates: February 5-8, 2009
Place: Virginia Beach Convention Center

Once again it is boat show season. Many of us consider a boat show a necessary part of the winter recreational fishing experience and look forward to admire the new boats and gadgetry. Its almost like Christmas for adults. The year’s top fish awards and expert angler recognitions will be part of the ceremonies on Friday evening.

Chcek out the CCA VA booth at the back row and see the 73 pound record striper caught last January in a mount created by Dave Saunders.

Show hours are as follows:
Feb. 5, 2009 Thursday 5 pm – 9 pm
Feb. 6, 2009 Friday 12 Noon – 9 pm
Feb. 7, 2009 Saturday 10 am – 8 pm
Feb. 8, 2009 Sunday 12 Noon – 5 pm

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