Age doesn't matter to ladies who find fishing as a way to connect with each other, families and friends. Six thousand ladies from all over the country, ages 18 to 80 have united at "Ladies, Let's Go Fishing!" award-winning fishing seminars. Open to the public, the 2011 seminar series encourages women to enter the sports of fishing and boating by providing a fun, non-intimidating atmosphere for women to learn. Held in conjunction with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission the series offers a weekend of activities starting at only $99 for early registrations, where women can learn, practice and go, plus make new friends.
Described as the "No-Yelling" school of fishing, the weekend seminars teach women saltwater fishing techniques for inshore, offshore, bottom and fly fishing at beginner and advanced levels. To provide women their freedom while fishing, the Saturday afternoon "hands-on" fishing exercises offer hands-on experience with spin casting, conservation, net casting, gaffing grapefruits, boat handling, backing a truck and trailer rig and reeling against a swimmer in the water to learn how to apply pressure to large fish. There is also a kick-off party with raffles & silent auction on Friday evening for participant and their family along with being open to the general public.

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