Kentucky Lake Bass Fishing:
Dan Morehead and Terry Bolton
Saturday, January 10 at 6:30 p.m.
Winning BAss Fishing Strategies: Dan Morehead
and Terry Bolton
Sunday, January 11 at 2:00 p.m.
Parks, a long time
area tournament bass fisherman, is the owner of Fisherman’s
Headquarters located at the “Y” in Draffenville, Kentucky. He
is also an expert on sonar and GPS units.
John will be presenting a seminar on Sonar 2015: Science or Séance?He will be talking about that “even with today’s technology, many anglers have little faith in their electronics.” Misunderstanding, misconceptions and misinformation abound, leaving many folks frustartead and even intimidated by their equipment. John’s (mostly) no nonsense lesson will help you navigate these waters, separating reality from mystery! There will be a question and answer session at the end of the seminar. Be sure and stop by the Fisherman’s Headquarters booth during the show or visit their website at www.fishermans-headquarters.com.
Sonar 2015: Science or Séance?: John Parks
Saturday, January 10 at 2:00 p.m.
Rister is the Program Coordinator and Fishery Biologist for the Kentucky Department Fish and Wildlife Resources. Paul has been presenting seminars at the show for many years. This year, join him for What’s up with Crappie & Bass Populations at Kentucky and Barkley lakes?
Come hear updates on last year’s fish sampling in the lakes; how did the numbers compare to the past decade, and what predictions can be made for next year’s fishing. Asian carp are a growing concern in the lakes. Come hear what progress is being made on controlling these populations in the lakes and rivers. As always, there will be a time for your questions, and time to express your concerns about our local fish and wildlife resources.
If there are other questions you would like to have answered during the West Kentucky Boat and Outdoor Show, send them to email@example.com and he will be sure to incorporate them into the discussion.
Be sure to stop by the Kentucky Department Fish and Wildlife booth at the show or visit the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources on-line anytime at www.fw.ky.gov.
What’s up with Crappie & Bass Populations at Kentucky & Barkley lakes?: Paul Rister
Saturday, January 10 at 3:30 p.m.
The West Kentucky Boat & Outdoor Show is proud to announce that Mark Rose will be back to present seminars at the 2015 Show. Mark is from Marion, Arkansas and has over 1.8 million dollars in career earnings. He has been a pro on the FLW tour for 16 years, has won 6 tournaments and has 40 top-ten tournament finishes. When not fishing, Rose enjoys watching baseball as well as hunting and spending time with his daughters.
Mark will be presenting two seminars on Saturday: How to Find the Bass and How to Catch the Bass. Be sure to join Mark for one, or both of his seminars. For more information about Mark you can visit his website at www.roseoutdoors.com.
How to Find the Bass: Mark Rose
Saturday, January 10 at 11:00 a.m.
How to Catch the Bass: Mark Rose
Saturday, January 10 at 12:30 p.m.
Professional bass fishing guide, Dave Stewart, is one of the most recognized bass fishing guides in the Midwest. He has been featured in many national and regional publications. Dave has presented seminars at The Greater Philadelphia Boat, Sport and Travel Show, The Florida Great Outdoors Exposition and The Indianapolis Boat Sport and Travel Show. Dave has been presenting seminars at the West Kentucky Boat & Outdoor Show for eight years. For more information about Dave visit his website at www.kentuckylakeguide.com.
This year, Dave will be presenting a seminar on Preplanning You Bass Fishing Trip for Success. He will be providing tips and discussing the aspects of the trip preplanning process to increase your bass fishing success. Captain Dave will be discussing how he uses the preplanning process to assist in selecting patterns, lures and techniques prior to every trip each day. This is a must attend seminar for anyone that wants to improve their spring fishing.
Preplanning You Bass Fishing Trip for Success: Dave Stewart
Friday, January 9 at 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, January 10 at 5:00 p.m.
All of the seminars will take place in the Seminar Area which is located on the upper level of the CFSB Center between Lobbies C and D
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