FISH – TEACH – CONSERVE
Bobby Lane’s Kids Fishing & Conservation Clinic
Guy Harvey Outpost Academy presents Bobby Lane’s Fishing & Conservation Clinic on May 23rd at Lake Kissimmee State Park & Camp Mack, a Guy Harvey Lodge, Marina & RV Resort. Bring the kids for a fun day of fishing learning how to be a better angler. Major League Bass Fishing Pro, Bobby Lane, and his team of instructors will be on hand to teach junior anglers knot tying, basic tackle, cast netting, boating safety, conservation & more! After completing the activities at the respective station anglers are free to fish for the duration of the event. Registration will include a rod and reel kit, welcome bag, certificate of completion from the IGFA and lunch at Camp Mack, a Guy Harvey Lodge Marina & RV Resort. Space is limited so register today!
Saturday November 28, 2020
Class: Bobby Lane Kids Fishing & Conservation Clinic
Cost: $10 / Angler. All proceeds will be donated to Captains for Clean Waters to help protect the water quality on Lake Kissimmee
Check In: 8:30am at Camp Mack, a Guy Harvey Lodge, Marina & RV Resort
Class Begins: 9:00 am– 11:00 am Stations Include:
- Basic Knot Tying by IGFA
- Basic Tackle by IGFA
- Cast Netting
- Boating Safety by Yamaha
- Casting Demo’s & Fishing by Berkley
- Conservation by IGFA & Captains For Clean Waters
Fishing Time: 11:00 – 12:00 pm. Junior anglers can enjoy trying out what they learned to fish after the class.
Food & Fun: Lunch starts at 12:00 pm at Camp Mack, a Guy Harvey Lodge, Marina & RV Resort. All junior anglers will receive a free lunch at the Camp Mack Riverfront.
Anglers: Anglers please remember to bring sunscreen and hat since we will be outside. The course is designed for ages 15 or under. If your junior angler needs special assistance, please let us know when registering and we will make sure they have a great fishing experience!
Junior anglers will receive a welcome bag, their own rod and reel from Pure Fishing, a Certificate of Completion, and Lunch when registering.
If you are unable to attend and want to help keep the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes clean please visit Captains For Clean Waters and donate today.