Educational Seminars at the New Jersey Boat Sale & Expo

The following educational seminars will be taking place at the New Jersey Boat Sale & Expo this weekend, held in Edison, NJ at the NJ Convention & Exposition Center from Thursday, Feb 20 – Sunday, Feb 23.

Thursday, February 20

3:30pm – Bunker Busting Spring Bass
When the bunker show up in spring, the biggest bass of the year are hot on their tails. Learn how to target trophy stripers during the spring run. Jim Hutchinson – Recreational Fishing Alliance

5:30pm – Timing the Bite: The Effects of Wind and Tide
Fishermen can often predict where and when the fishing will be best simply by checking the weather forecast and tide chart. Learn how the tide and wind can influence the fishing and be better prepared for the upcoming season. Gerry Zagorski – NJFishing.com

6:30pm – Safe Boating in the Raritan Bay
Learn how to be safe and legal when on the water this summer. Captain Vinny Makfinsky – Morning Dew Sport Fishing

Friday, February 21

3:30pm – Trolling for Stripers
Learn the right lures, tackle and locations for catching big stripers on the troll. Captain Gene Nigro – Phantom Fishing Charters

5:30pm – Fluking for Success
From fishing the Back Bay to inshore areas always plan on targeting the doormats. Captain Brett Taylor – Reel Reaction Sportfishing

6:30pm – Fake Out Fluke
Put more summer flounder in the net by using artificial lures. Captain Pete Sykes – Parker Pete’s Sportfishing

Saturday, February 22

11:00am – Night Fishing Lake Hoptacong
Catch more Walleye and Hybrid Stripers by hitting the water after dark. Mark Modowski – Muskies Inc.

1:00pm – Antifouling 101
The choice and use of antifouling paints is one of the most complicated questions a boater will need to answer. This seminar will give the boater a basic understanding of what an antifouling paint does, what it is composed of and how to get the most from their bottom paint. Jay Smida – Interlux Yacht Paint Finishes

3:00pm – Dedicated Doormat Fishing
Strategies that forego catching throwbacks and small keeper fluke in order to improve your odds of landing a welcome-mat-sized summer flounder. Captain Scott Newhall – Time Out Charters

5:00pm – Fake Out Fluke
Put more summer flounder in the net by using artificial lures. Captain Pete Sykes – Parker Pete’s Sportfishing

6:00 pm – Introduction to Boating Safety
Learn how to be safe and legal when on the water this summer. Captain Jack Gilbert – Captain Jack’s Boating School

Sunday February 23

11:00am – Trolling for Trophy Bass & Blues
Better techniques on the troll for targeting big stripers and bluefish. Captain John Luchka – Long Run Fishing Charters

1:00pm – Offshore Fishing New Jersey
Discover the big game fishing happening in New Jersey waters. From big tuna to leaping marlin and powerful sharks to night-biting swordfish, offshore fishing is the most excitement you can have on the water. Captain Jody DiStasio & Captain Scott Kulaszewski – XTC Sportfishing

3:00pm – “The Fish of 10,000 Casts”
Learn about the mysterious muskie, their habits and how to catch them using a variety of techniques. Cal Huntzinger – Muskies, Inc

  1. Keefe Vallaro

    Just wanted to thank you for allowing us to present with Parker Pete on Friday & Saturday. If you need us in the future to present on Bucktailing For Fluke, please do not hesitate to ask. We received plenty of positive emails and hope you received positive feedback as well.

    Keefe

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