Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Outer Banks Surf Fishing School

Joe Malat’s Outer Banks Surf Fishing School will offer two sessions at the Comfort Inn South in Nags Head, North Carolina. The nationally recognized school, now in its seventeenth year, features a full day of classroom instruction plus one and a half days of fishing and instructional sessions on the beaches of Cape Hatteras. School sessions are September 30 through October 3 and October 14 through 17.

Tuition is $295.00 per person and covers all classroom materials, including an autographed copy of the just released second edition of Malat’s popular book, Surf Fishing, Catching Fish From the Beach, lunch during the classroom day, an evening social, door prizes, and all bait for the fishing sessions. The school is limited to a maximum of 25 participants, and everyone receives a “goody bag” filled with product samples. School sponsors are Daiwa, Betts, Eagle Claw, Sea Striker and Phase II Lures.

School participants will learn how to catch fish in the surf through a unique blend of classroom and “on the beach” sessions, taught by Joe Malat and Mac Currin. The school is an interesting and exciting introduction to surf fishing, and an opportunity to learn tips and techniques from two experienced local pros who will show them how to catch more fish from the beach.

Fish identification, proper selection of rods, reels, and terminal tackle, fishing with lures and bait, knot tying, reading the beach, fish cleaning, casting techniques, beach driving, cast netting and much more will be covered.

“This school is geared toward beginners who want to learn the basics of surf fishing, but we cover so much information that experienced surfcasters will take away valuable information and increase their skill in the surf,” Malat said.

For additional information about Joe Malat’s Outer Banks Surf Fishing Schools visit www.joemalat.com or call Joe Malat (252) 202-4189 or Mac Currin (919) 881-0049.

16102 Lime Grove Court 941.639.8945

Punta Gorda, Florida 33955 252.202.4189

joemalat@earthlink.net www.joemalat.com

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