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What do you guys think of an all day event at a controlled site, halfday on the water safety instruction by ACA certified guides and instructors, Second half would be on the water fishing basics, Including fighting big fish (aka a diver) riging tips and other basics, from the local kayak fishing experts. If we do this it would have to be limited to 15 people, with 5 alternates. First come First serve! Cost is to be determined, but we believe somewhere around $75/ person.

What do ye think?

First 15 to email me at [email protected] will get dibs.
 

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Would the "fighting large fish" demostration be artificial lures only or would bait and circle hooks be ok?[wink] he he he.........
 

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Dont worry,.......Well use barbless hooks on you![grin]
 

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I'll take a day off work to go out for something like that. I could really use it. I've been picking up pointers along the way by all different guys on and off the board. Where, when and what all should I bring?
 

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I'm usually free every other Friday, including tomorrow. I'd plan for it if it's on one of those Fridays and try my best to make it otherwise.
Mark
 

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THis will probably happen late summer/early spring, most likely late september.
 

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Goby, the ACA instructors are not cheap. Do you know what to do if you have to rescue someone, or yourself. The ACA methods are proven! $75 - $100 is a deal if you ask me.
 

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As far as the $75 comment, I hate paying $4 to park at Crab creek....

I'll just keep it at that because I know that when I type what is on my mind I can come off sounding like an ahole and that is not my intention.

I am sure for the newby this will be a very educational class and will put you ahead of the learning curve.
 
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