This week I have spoken to a few members of our fishing team about bass fishing, trout fishing, fly fishing and even fishing in Alaska and British Columbia. We are constantly planning trips and classes to help you catch more fish. Our team is made up of 15 expert anglers from fly fishing instructors, to bass pros. We have nearly 800 participants this year and this thing just keeps growing and growing. Why? Because we are committed to helping you become a better angler regardless of what species you fish for. Our classes are always free and open to the public.
STARTS TONIGHT!!! Every Wednesday in July, we are doing a series at West Marine starting at 6:30 p.m.
in Rocklin taught by some of the top pros in the region. We’ll cover two topics each week. Understanding your electronics and bass fishing the Delta
. Our goal is to help you read and understand your current equipment and to inform you about the newer technology that you many find confusing. Last year my partner bought a new Lowrance color graph with GPS. He is a pilot for a major airline, but it still took him a while to fully use and understand the unit. Lowrance was very helpful, but there is nothing like a few personal tips.
Second, we know that many of you will be fishing the Delta this summer. We have been fishing there for years, but again there is nothing like a few personal tips from guys who really understand the tides, habitat and techniques for catching the quality and quantity of bass we all want.
Every Thursday in August, we’ll be doing classes at Sportsman’s Warehouse in Rocklin
on striper fishing taught by Kevin Brock, one of the best, most professional guides in the state. One of our team members you may be familiar with, Cal Kellogg, will teach the last seminar in August. I don’t know if you are aware, but Cal loves striper fishing and is very successful on the Delta.
All year long we will be conducting classes to help you catch steelhead, salmon, shad, bass, trout and learn how to or more about fly fishing because after all… more fish is more fun.
Every year we have been able to increase the number of classes and events because of our supporters who give generously to us so we can give to you. Last year we gave away thousands of dollars of product, which we believe is the best of the best, thanks to; AC Plugs, Adventure Sports (kayakcity.com), Auburn Outboard Marine, Blade Runner Tackle, Eye Surrender Eyewear, Fish Sniffer Magazine, The Future Pro Tour, Kevin Brock Fishing, Off The Hook Fly Shop, Reaction Strike, Rader Bait Co., Sportsman’s Warehouse and West Marine.
BTW, you’ll get some good discounts on these products and services thru B.A.S.
Look us up at baysideadventuresports.com or email me at [email protected]
Peace and tight lines,
Michael Baggett, Bayside Adventure Sports, Fishing Division Leader