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Seattle Boat Show Announces Free Fishing Seminars!

Postby House » Thu Dec 12, 2013 12:58 pm

For immediate release: Contact: Lisa Samuelson
December 12, 2013 Samuelson Communications
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The Seattle Boat Show is THE place to make your fishing plans for 2014
Learn How To, When To and Where To go fishing, crabbing and shrimping from some of the best in the Northwest.


SEATTLE – Every year the Seattle Boat Show, Indoors + Afloat, offers more than 200 free seminars during the 10 days of show, including 60 free fishing and crabbing seminars, featuring the best of the best speakers in their areas of expertise. There is no better way for an angler to improve his or her success on the water than investing in an hour or two to learn from the best. And it’s all free. So whether it’s learning to mooch, learning about tuna fishing off Washington’s coast, shrimp fishing in Puget Sound or ocean salmon techniques, the Seattle Boat Show is the place to be, January 24 – February 2, 2014.

New to the fishing seminar team lineup this year is Tommy Donlin, considered one of the up and coming stars of the coastal albacore tuna fishery. Donlin will provide information of how to intercept albacore tuna as they migrate along the Washington coast from late July through September. Albacore tuna fishing has become one of the fastest and popular growing fisheries in the Pacific Northwest.


ESPN 710 Seattle’s Outdoor Line show host TJ Nelson will provide detailed information for winter blackmouth anglers targeting these tough fighting and wonderful tasting chinook salmon. The San Juan Islands are recognized as the premier blackmouth fishing area for Puget Sound anglers beginning in early December and lasting through April.

At last count, a quarter of a million Washingtonians use their boats to fish for Dungeness crab in Puget Sound. Not to be missed is Clyde McBrayer’s presentations on Dungeness crab fishing in Washington. It continues to be one of the most popular seminars at the Seattle Boat Show.

View the complete schedule of fishing and boating seminars at: http://www.SeattleBoatShow.com

Northwest Salmon Derby Series
While at the show stop by to view the grand prize for next year’s Northwest Salmon Derby Series – a 21 foot welded aluminum River Hawk boat with all new Mercury 150 horse 4-stroke outboard motor and Karavan galvanized trailer, fully outfitted with Scotty downriggers, Lowrance electronics and Dual Stereo system. The boat will be unveiled at the show, followed by 15 tournaments – beginning immediately after the show with the Roche Harbor Salmon Classic, February 7-8, 2014 and finishing with the Resurrection Salmon Derby in Friday Harbor , December 5-6, 2014. http://northwestsalmonderbyseries.com/

2014 Seattle Boat Show Fishing Seminars

Friday, Jan. 24:
3 p.m. Gary Krien Salmon Fishing in Central Puget Sound
4 p.m. Clyde McBrayer Dungeness Crabbing in Washington
5 p.m. TJ Nelson San Juan Islands chinook salmon
7 p.m. Mike Jamboretz Productive Ocean Salmon Techniques

Saturday, Jan. 25:
1 p.m. Keith Robbins Learn to mooch, Puget Sound salmon
2 p.m. Clyde McBrayer Dungeness Crabbing in Washington
4 p.m. Kevin McNamee Fish Sitka and Get Hooked!
5 p.m. Gary Krien Lingcod Fishing in Central Puget Sound
6 p.m. Tommy Donlin Tuna fishing off Washington’s coast

Sunday, Jan. 26:
1 p.m. Kevin McNamee Fish Sitka and Get Hooked!
2 p.m. Clyde McBrayer Dungeness Crabbing in Washington
3 p.m. Nick Kester Salmon Fishing in Central Puget Sound
4 p.m. Keith Robbins Learn to mooch, Puget Sound salmon
5 p.m. Tommy Donlin Tuna fishing off Washington’s coast

Monday, Jan. 27:
2 p.m. Nick Kester Salmon Fishing in Central Puget Sound
3 p.m. Mike Jamboretz Productive Ocean Salmon Techniques
4 p.m. Tommy Donlin Tuna fishing off Washington’s coast
5 p.m. TJ Nelson Dirty Downrigger tricks
6 p.m. Bryce Molenkamp NW Kayak Fishing Skills
7 p.m. TJ Nelson Triple Threat Angling, mooch, jig, troll

Tuesday, Jan. 28:
3 p.m. Mike Jamboretz Productive Ocean Salmon Techniques
4 p.m. TJ Nelson Columbia River Spring Chinook
6 p.m. Bryce Molenkamp NW Kayak Fishing Skills
7 p.m. Tommy Donlin Tuna fishing off Washington’s coast


Wednesday, Jan. 29:
2 p.m. Mike Jamboretz Productive Ocean Salmon Techniques
4 p.m. TJ Nelson Dirty Downrigger tricks
5 p.m. Tom Nelson Saltwater Fishing in British Columbia
6 p.m. Bryce Molenkamp NW Kayak Fishing Skills

Thursday, Jan. 30:
3 p.m. Mike Jamboretz Productive ocean salmon techniques
5 p.m. Kevin McNamee Fish Sitka and Get Hooked!
6 p.m. Clyde McBrayer Dungeness Crabbing in Washington
7 p.m. TJ Nelson Triple threat angling, mooch, jig, troll

Friday, Jan. 31:
2 p.m. Clyde McBrayer Dungeness Crabbing in Washington
3 p.m. Gary Krien Salmon Fishing in Central Puget Sound
4 p.m. TJ Nelson San Juan Islands Chinook salmon
5 p.m. John Keizer Top Tactics for Winter Blackmouth
6 p.m. TJ Nelson Dirty Downrigger tricks
7 p.m. John Keizer How to maximize your marine electronics to locate fish

Saturday, Feb. 1:
12 p.m. John Keizer How to maximize your marine electronics to locate fish
1 p.m. Keith Robbins Learn to mooch, Puget Sound salmon
2 p.m. Clyde McBrayer Dungeness Crabbing in Washington
3 p.m. TJ Nelson San Juan Islands chinook salmon
4 p.m. John Keizer Salmon Fishing: coast & Puget Sound
5 p.m. Clyde McBrayer Dungeness Crabbing in Washington
6 p.m. Nick Kester Lingcod Fishing in Central Puget Sound

Sunday, Feb. 2
1 p.m. Gary Krien Salmon Fishing in Central Puget Sound
2 p.m. Tommy Donlin Tuna fishing off Washington’s coast


Know Before You Go

When: Friday, January 24 – Sunday, February 2, 2014


Where: CenturyLink Field Event Center South Lake Union
800 Occidental Avenue South, Seattle 901 Fairview Avenue N, Seattle

Free shuttle running continuously between both locations



Hours: CenturyLink Field Event Center South Lake Union
Monday - Thursday: 11 a.m. - 8 pm Weekdays: 11 a.m. - 5 pm
Fridays: 11 am - 10 pm Weekends: 10 am - 5 pm*
Saturdays: 10 am - 8 pm
Sundays: 10 am - 6 pm*
* The show will close at 3pm on Sunday, February 2nd

Tickets: Adults: $12; Youth (11-17): $5
5-Day BIG Pass$24
Monday – Thursday after 5pm: $8
Kids 10 & under: Free

Free parking is back! Purchase 4 or more adult tickets online and receive one day of free parking at the Seattle Boat Show.

Purchase a Family Pack for $49 and receive 2 adult tickets, 2 youth tickets, 4 hot dogs at CenturyLink Field and one day of free parking.

Buy your tickets online and also receive a free boating magazine, a free cup of clam chowder at FX McRory's Restaurant, and a complimentary ticket to the 2014 Mastercraft Pro Wakeboard Tour held in July 2014 in Monroe, WA.


Official hotels: Crowne Plaza Hotel (http://www.crowneplazaseattle.com ), Silver Cloud Hotel Stadium (http://www.silvercloud.com/ ) and Courtyard Marriott Pioneer Square: Courtyard Seattle Downtown/Pioneer Square >>
All offer boat show attendees special prices.
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Re: Seattle Boat Show Announces Free Fishing Seminars!

Postby Rock » Tue Jan 21, 2014 12:09 pm

Here is a view from my office of the boat show getting set up. Just saw Nelly's boat out there a few minutes ago but looks like the brought that one in the WAMU center already.

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Re: Seattle Boat Show Announces Free Fishing Seminars!

Postby Nelly » Tue Jan 21, 2014 3:00 pm

You got that right Rock!

It's Boat Show Season! gears

Great White finally rolled into the Master Marine Booth at the Seattle Boat Show
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I hope to see a bunch of you there...after all, it's not like there's any football on this weekend... spy
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Re: Seattle Boat Show Announces Free Fishing Seminars!

Postby Rock » Tue Jan 21, 2014 3:28 pm

Not sure if I will make it this weekend I want to try and catch some fish. I picked up a 5 day pass and plan on coming through after work for a couple days next week. I'll be excited to see the new boat up close this time and not from my works balcony.
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