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April 23, 2010

IGFA School of Sportfishing classes begins again May 4

Tony DiGiulian will present "Fundamentals of Sportfishing" as the first course offering.
By Igfa

The 15th session of the highly popular IGFA School of Sportfishing series is set to begin on Tuesday, May 4, when instructor Capt. Tony DiGiulian will present "Fundamentals of Sportfishing" as the first course offering. 
 
This class is especially hands-on with participants learning knots, rigs, and skills crucial for successful offshore fishing.  
 
The remaining five  classes through May and into June along with the captains to lead them are still to be determined but look for returning favorite topics such as "Basics of Rigging and Trolling Artificials," "Successful Swordfishing," and "Bottom Fishing Wrecks and Reefs.'" 
 
Check the IGFA website for updated information.
 
The IGFA School of Sportfishing classes are held on Tuesday nights from 7 - 10 p.m. at the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum in Dania Beach, Florida. 
 
For more information, please contact Jeff Mackin at 954.924.4340 or visit www.igfa.org/education/school-of-sportfishing.aspx.  You may also sign up online at www.igfa.org/education/school-of-sportfishing-registration.aspx. Classes are limited to the first 24 anglers to sign up.