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#1 MikeKCT

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Posted 21 March 2010 - 06:28 AM

I found this in the most recent copy of the RISAA (Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association) newsletter booklet.
I picked up a copy at the Saltwater Sportsman seminar held recently at the Mohegan Sun.


RISAA Monthly Seminar - 7:00 p.m (two speakers)
Dave Fewster: Squid Fishing Strategies, Locations & Tips
John Skinner: Bucktail Strategies From Surf & Boat
Monday April 36th at 7pm


If I remember I'll try to bump this again early next month for anyone that is thinking of going.

Edited by MikeKCT, 21 March 2010 - 06:29 AM.

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#2 MikeKCT

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Posted 21 March 2010 - 11:25 AM

I forgot to mention the seminar is no charge to RISAA members and $10 for non members.
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#3 Mr. Brian

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Posted 21 March 2010 - 12:03 PM

Monday April 36th at 7pm


Thanks for the tip.

But I never knew the month of April was so long. :ink

Is it really the 26th? or 16th...?
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Posted 21 March 2010 - 12:05 PM

Nevermind. I just checked the calendar. The 26th is a Mon. Must be that.

Cool. :ink
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#5 MikeKCT

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Posted 21 March 2010 - 07:40 PM

Mr Brian I didn't even notice that. I copied and pasted that part from their website .
Yes it is the 26th, sorry for the confusion. :ink
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Posted 02 April 2010 - 11:16 AM

http://www.risaa.org...eminar0410.html



Next seminar is on
Monday,
April 26, 2010
7:00 p.m.

BRING A FRIEND!
RISAA members can bring a guest to the monthly seminars, at no charge, during 2010.


TWO SEMINAR TOPICS TONIGHT!


Squid Fishing
Strategies, Locations and Tips
with
Dave Fewster


Dave Fewster has been one of the top anglers in RISAA for many years. Though not a tournament competititor, everyone knows him as a "fish hard, fish often" type who can be found on the shore, Bay or ocean - day or night - throughout the entire year.

"Success comes to those who put the extra effort in," says Dave, and that means catching his own supply of local squid each year.

In this seminar he will discuss the changes in seasonal squid patterns. Squid used to arrive in local waters in April, but in recent years, the time has changed to later in the spring, even to the end of June.

Dave will also talk about boat and shore locations for catching squid in the Bay and on the South Shore. He's discuss the rigs and tackle he uses.

He will also give ideas on how to use lights to attract squid at night, including info on small generators and flood lights.




~ ~ ~ AND ~ ~ ~


Bucktail Strategies From
Surf and Boat
with
John Skinner

John is the long-time Surf Fishing Columnist and former Editor-in-Chief of Noríeast Saltwater Magazine. In addition to his weekly surf column, he has written many articles for Noríeast Saltwater and On the Water magazines. He is the author of the book "A Season on the Edge" and a contributing writer to the book "The Hunt For Big Stripers." He is also a frequent speaker at outdoor shows.

John has a well-earned reputation as a consistent producer of trophy stripers from Long Island beaches. He holds the current New York State false albacore record. When not plying the beaches, he can often be found in his boat or kayak, or scuba diving with his son in Long Island Sound.

Johnís seminar will concentrate on targeting stripers with bucktails. The main focus will be on the beaches, but some time will also be devoted to bucktailing from boats in areas of heavy current.


EVERY MEMBER IS ELIGIBLE TO WIN THE NIGHT'S DOOR PRIZE!
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Everyone is welcome!*
*Non-members are requested to make a $10 donation to the RISAA
Marine Fisheries College Scholarship Fund


RISAA MEMBERS ATTEND FREE

BRING A FRIEND!
RISAA members can bring a guest to the monthly seminars, at no charge, during 2010.


Held at the West Vally Inn
4 Blossom Street, West Warwick, RI
DIRECTIONS to West Valley Inn

DINNER* will be served by the West Valley Inn between 5:30 - 6:30
for those who want to come early or travel straight from work.
Menu switches each month. Everyone is welcome. Pay the bartender.

TONIGHT'S MENU
Tossed salad w/roll: $2.25
Penne with meatballs, sausage & peppers: $6.95
Penne only w/roll: $3.50
Chicken "Wedding Soup" w/bread: $3.95
* dinner is paid separately and not included in admission


Are YOU are RISAA member? If not, then it's time to GET INVOLVED!
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Posted 09 April 2010 - 09:45 PM

http://www.risaa.org...eminar0410.html



Anyone planning on going? Any insight regarding previous events or the speakers for this event in particular? Seems interesting but not sure if it's worth the 1hr trek for me.

Let me know. Thanks!
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