We offer seminar presentations discussing a variety of topics. Some of the common presentations available are listed below. Seminars specific to the Lake Koshkonong or the Rock River systems are also available.
Rates are based on travel distance, however, certain special events may be done at no charge. Please call us for specific pricing if you are looking to book a seminar presentation.
- Humminbird sonar operation (For Anglers)
This seminar includes discussion of the basic operation of all Humminbird sonar units and advanced operation of side scan/down imaging sonar units.
- Humminbird sonar operation (For Rescue personnel)
This seminar includes discussion of the basic operation of all Humminbird sonar units and advanced operation of side scan/down imaging sonar units for rescue personnel.
- General fish behavior
This seminar includes detailed discussion of fish activity in a variety of circumstances. We cover weather effects, feeding cycles, specific species spawning behavior, and much more.
- River Walleye Tactics
This seminar discusses a variety of topics, including fish location, identifying structure with sonar, jigging tactics, trolling tactics, pulling flies, and much more.
- Walleye Behavior and Trolling Tactics
This seminar focuses on open water walleye behavior and trolling tactics used to catch them. We cover precision trolling and sonar use in detail, along with discussion on using snap weights, bottom bouncers, crankbaits, and spinner harnesses.
- Ice Fishing Tactics
This seminar includes discussion of winter fish behavior and different ice fishing tactics, including jigging, tip-up use, and flasher/sonar operation. We also cover newly released ice products from many companies.
- Open Water and Ice Season Safety
This seminar includes discussion of general safety precautions for both open water and ice season. We cover topics such as legal requirements of anglers, needed safety equipment, and what to do in emergency situations. We also conduct some basic hands-on first aid training.
For more information or to schedule a seminar, please call 608-290-3929