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Ladies Let’s Go Fishing Keys University

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Date(s) - Oct 23, 2020 - Oct 25, 2020
All Day

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Tavernier Elks Club

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Aspiring anglers can learn, practice skills and go fishing at Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing Keys University through classroom presentations, two networking events, hands-on skill practice and optional charter boat fishing. No equipment or experience is necessary.

Optional charter fishing out of Islamorada, FL is offered on Friday and Sunday with prizes awarded for the LLGF Fishing Fever tournament to people fishing both days.

Activities launch Friday evening with a networking social and appetizer contest. Saturday morning presentations begin at 9 am, covering Offshore, Inshore and Bottom Fishing, plus Fishing Basics and Conservation, and include hands-on fishing activities taught by several guides for releasing, knot tying, dehooking, bait rigging, spin casting, gaffing, cast netting and more until 4:30 pm. A second networking party will be held afterwards.

On Friday and Sunday are optional inshore and offshore fishing charter trips out of Whale Harbor, followed by a fillet demonstration.

Early registration is $125 per person. Regular entry is $145. VIP registration of $180 offers reserved seating, goody bag, a gift, future rebates and savings on souvenirs. Registration fee includes instruction, the use of equipment, a welcome reception, lunch, Saturday party and $20 in gifts and door prizes. Advance reservations are recommended. Accommodations are available at Breezy Palms Resort.

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