February 14, 2017

This Inshore Fishing Course is Making Waves


Inshore angers invest in a lot of tackle and equipment, but rarely do they get the opportunity to invest in knowledge. Now they get their chance with this inshore fishing course.

Think of anytime you have returned to the dock from a fishing trip.

Maybe you have your own boat slip or perhaps you launched from a popular marina abuzz with other inshore anglers.

If you returned to a crowded marina then chances are other anglers are also returning from their fishing trip. Some will be quietly filleting their fish at the cleaning tables and others may ask you how your day went, or it may even be the other way around.

I know I have been in this setting and it has happened too often that people got skunked.

They can't help but ask: How did you do it and where did you go? 

I hate to see people not have good fishing trips. I don't want people to have a string of bad experiences and, heaven forbid, they give up inshore fishing.

What I hate even more is seeing various fishing companies push their product onto these people. Their purchase may make them "feel good" in the short term, but ultimately does not help them catch fish.

It seems every year there is a new Doo-Hickey 3000 designed to be the best thing to happen to inshore fishing, and is usually pushed by someone with a questionable angling background. When the doo-hickey fails to catch fish, the inventor is long gone and the buyer is stuck with a lemon.

Anglers don't need to spend their hard-earned dollars on stuff they don't need from people who don't fish.

Instead, anglers want to spend time on the water, catching fish and making memories. Isn't that what it's all about?

So I came up with a solution

I set out to create an inshore fishing course that teaches a solid foundation in inshore fishing. After all, it is knowledge that puts fish in the boat, not over-priced equipment.

This solid foundation includes:

  • understanding the biology of speckled trout and redfish
  • which tackle works and what tackle does not
  • how to tie your tackle together
  • how to fish with your tackle
  • how to find great fishing spots
  • what to do when the bite gets tough
  • and more

This inshore fishing course is called Inshore Fishing 101. It has been a huge success and you can see some of the great things people have to say about it:

What makes Inshore Fishing 101 great is the instructor support feature. If you have a question or need clarification, I can answer it for you.

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Of course, there is a 30-day money back guarantee. If you don't like this inshore fishing course, then you can have your money back.

Enrolling in this inshore fishing course is easy! Just hit the button below.

Learn more about Inshore Fishing 101

Captain Devin

About the Author

Devin is a veteran of the Iraq War and former fishing guide. He founded Louisiana Fishing Blog in 2012 to share his ideas as a charter captain and still writes in it today. Since then he's created a fishing university — LAFB Elite — where he teaches inshore anglers how to safely navigate Louisiana's coast and catch more fish.

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