Inshore Fishing 201
Learn the advanced knowledge that catches more speckled trout, redfish and largemouth bass where conventional techniques fail.
Meet your instructor
Hi, my name is Devin! I'm a former fishing guide and have competed in the Louisiana Saltwater Series and America's Redfish Cup.
I travel all over Louisiana, from Slidell to Venice to Dularge, catching inshore species using artificial lures on casting tackle.
I know what works and what doesn't, and am happy to share so you don't have to learn the hard way.
Comment below and I'll answer your question, just like I do in my courses!
What's inside Inshore Fishing 201?
The knowledge, skills and tackle you need to catch fish where conventional methods fail.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Will IF201 have instructor support?
A: Yes, just like all of my courses, I will be there to provide guidance and answer questions in each course lecture.
Q: Are there advertisements in this course?
A: No, I keep my courses free of advertising, so we can concentrate on what matters: fishing know-how that works.
Q: What will I learn in IF201?
A: IF201 is the level of inshore fishing I operate at. I haven't used live bait in years because I don't need it. I use casting tackle to have more power and control over artificial lures to present tempting baits to fish. I often out-fish anglers with live bait.
Q: What do I need to take IF201?
A: Just the device you're reading this FAQ on. My courses can be taken on computers, smart phones or tablets.
Q: Will there be video in IF201?
A: Tons. It takes extra time and patience for me to get it, but I have learned video is the preferred way for inshore anglers to learn, so I deliver that for them.
Questions? Comment at the bottom of this page.
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What else do you get?
Inshore Fishing 201 comes with features that make it a great inshore investment.
What kind of artificial lures does this course cover?
Inside Inshore Fishing 201 I reveal the time-tested lures proven to catch fish, as well as others that are new and unknown to mainstream inshore fishing, but every bit as effective.
This list includes, but is not limited to:
This Knowledge Works
In 2017 I tagged and released over 1,000 speckled trout for scientific research.
Not a single trout was caught on live bait!
Not just lures
Specific lures require special techniques to get the most out of them. If not, you're just throwing an "idiot bait" that fish won't respond to.
If you enroll in Inshore Fishing 201, I will show you how each lure works and the best way to retrieve it, saving you loads of time and money.
ADVANCED tackle COMBOS
It's my belief that every kind of tackle is a "tool in the toolbox" for inshore anglers.
Inside this course I will show you how to make the most of monofilament, braid and fluorocarbon fishing line, so you can cast further, cover more water and pull fish out of locations others thought impossible.
30 Day No Questions Asked Money-Back Guarantee
You are fully protected by my 100% Satisfaction-Guarantee. If you don't feel you've learned anything special over the next 30 days, just let me know and I'll send you a prompt refund.
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Inshore Fishing 101 is a great tool
I feel like the most valuable thing I learned in inshore 101 was how to effectively fish the entire water column.
Captain Devin did an excellent job on teaching this.
Learned more than I thought
I should be the poster child for Inshore Fishing 101!
I'm from Atlanta and have only been to the marsh 1-2 times before. Those times I caught a little each time. I haven't finished the 101 school yet but my scheduled weekend to go fishing was this past weekend. Me and two friends caught 2 coolers full 2 days and only 1 cooler full the 3rd day .... bad day!
Used 100's of live/dead shrimp. The fish really didn't care. The 1st two days we used a Rucker Rig. We couldn't get them to bite a popping cork. Last day we fished a shallow lake (Hermitage) and killed them using a popping cork.
As a safety manager for a large oil and gas company, I pride myself on instructional and educational skills. It still holds true: keep it simple, keep it interesting, and be factual. Captain Devin has this down pat.
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