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  1. Chesapeake Angler - The Original- Maryland Angler
    Saltwater Fishing Expo Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 8am-3pm Annapolis Elks Lodge #622 2517 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater MD 21037 Admission is only $5 per person! Kids 14 and under are free • Informative Seminars from expert anglers share their tips and techniques • 9 AM - Capt. Charlie Sisson...
  2. Chesapeake Angler - The Original- Maryland Angler
    LEARN FROM THE PROS Before the Spring Trophy Season begins spend a day with Charter Boat Captains from around the Chesapeake Bay to learn the tricks of the trade. Sponsored by: Maryland Charter Boats When: Saturday, March 9, 2013 doors open at 7:30 a.m. First [email protected] 8am Where: Annapolis...
  3. Chesapeake Angler - The Original- Maryland Angler
    Tri-State Marine 2013 Fishing Seminars Two Great Presenters One Big Day! Saturday March 9,2013 Richie Gaines Fishing the Chesapeake 9am -12pm Capt. Wayne Morgan Trolling for Stripers 1pm - 4pm $25.00 all Day lunch included call Dawn 410-867-2398 for reservations Details The morning session...
  4. Chesapeake Angler - The Original- Maryland Angler
    Learn form the Pros A day of Seminars When Sunday, April 1, 2012 doors open at 7:30 a.m. First Seminar @ 8 Where Annapolis Elks Lodge 2517 Solomons Island Road Edgewater, Maryland, 21037 Price $35 in advance, $40 at the door Includes Pastries, Juice, Coffee, Soda, Water, and Lunch Beer...
  5. Chesapeake Angler - The Original- Maryland Angler
    Tri-State Marine Presents 2011 Fishing Seminars March 5 9am-12: Fishing the Chesapeake Bay with Richie Gaines March 5 1 - 4pm: Light tackle techniques on the Chesapeake Bay with Richie Gaines March 6 9am -12: Trolling for Trophy Rockfish with Captain Wayne Morgan March 6 1 - 4...
  6. Virginia Angler
    The Outer Banks Fishing School is offering several on the water programs this Fall: SPECKLED TROUT IN THE SURF" on 9/20, 1/2 day. This program is taught by Al Minter who fishes the beaches of the OBX 350 days a year and has more citations than he can count. Reading the sloughs, jigs...
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