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Friday Jan 29, 10:00 am

Downriggers play a crucial role in the Pacific Northwest fishermen’s arsenal as they allow anglers to cover water while fishing. With the ability to set your bait right to the bite, downriggers can be the difference between a full fish box or going in empty. But wait, there’s more! Tune in to this seminar to hear all of Tom Nelson’s Dirty Downrigger Tricks.

Friday Jan 29, 11:00 am

Wondering what to do this winter? You’re not too late! Head to Lake Roosevelt in beautiful eastern Washington to experience top notch kokanee fishing in a surreal setting. These fish are big and on the bite! Listen in to learn all about what it takes to be successful in this fishery.

Friday Jan 29, 12:00 pm

Tommy Donlin, Defiance Boats and Raymarine Pro Staff Captain has a wealth of knowledge on coastal and offshore fishing action. As a tournament Captain since 2010, his aggressive pursuit of halibut, lingcod, salmon and tuna have led to refined and highly effective tactics. The Washington tuna fishery is world class with absolutely wide-open bites that will surely lead to sore arms. Join him, as he shares in great detail, his systematic and successful approach to fishing for halibut and lingcod that will be sure to put fish on your boat.

Friday Jan 29, 12:30 pm

Friday Jan 29, 1:00 pm

Mike Surdyk is the Northwest Regional Sales Manager for Raymarine Electronics and has been chasing fish for more than 20 years across the Pacific Northwest. Surdyk is a regular on the NW Fishing Derby Series circuit fishing aboard his 23-foot Grady White Gulfstream who enjoys sharing his knowledge and experience with other anglers. Surdyk truly believes that having great electronics and a firm understanding of how they work, will create better opportunities to catch fish. In this seminar, Mike will walk through how to get your electronics best dialed in to find fish.

Friday Jan 29, 2:00 pm

John Keizer, Northwest Lowrance Fishing Team Captain, will cover how to install and setup your sonar to get the best quality images of fish displayed in various fishing environments and depth ranges. Keizer is also a familiar face on Puget Sound and will share his tips on catching blackmouth “resident hatchery chinook” along with his vast knowledge of targeting coastal summer salmon at places like Westport, Neah Bay, La Push and Ilwaco.

Friday Jan 29, 3:00 pm

There’s a reason Dave Graybill is known as “The Fishin’ Magician”. Having grown up in Central Washington and fished virtually every square inch of water in Central Washington over the last 50 years, he’s developed personal relationships with all of these fish species and knows exactly what meetings to show up for with these “friends” of his, and at what time. Some call it hypnosis, others call it magic, either way, he’s got them well-trained to follow his orders and you don’t want to miss this seminar as The Fishin’ Magician reveals all of his favorite places to fish in Central Washington. Welcome aboard, in beautiful Central Washington!

Friday Jan 29, 4:00 pm

When talking about Puget Sound salmon, trolling is the main topic of interest in most conversations however mooching is by far the most enjoyable way to fish for salmon in the Puget Sound! Today we will discuss mooching for salmon in the Puget Sound we will address how to effectively mooch for salmon, where to mooch for salmon and the basic ‘how to?’ to get you started mooching for salmon and putting the downriggers aside! Come join us for an information packed seminar about mooching for salmon from selecting gear to sliding fish into the net!

Friday Jan 29, 5:00 pm

Tom Nelson, host of the popular 710 ESPN The Outdoor Line, offers a wealth of fishing information gleaned from a lifetime on the water as an avid salmon fisherman. Tune in to learn all about his Triple Threat salmon program.

Friday Jan 29, 5:30 pm

Friday Jan 29, 6:00 pm

Captain Del Stephens travels the west coast ruining marriages and bank accounts one tuna seminar after another.


The deep – sea version of fishing remedies — peddled by a man called Tuna Dog — has anglers ditching their salmon gear and conventional boats for stout rods, heavy lines and big boats that can run 50 miles offshore to partake in the Northwest’s fastest growing salty adventure.


Teaching people a whole new line of bad habits – all it takes is one albacore feeding frenzy – with screaming reels and a bloody boat deck – to turn any anglers curiosity into an addiction and when they get hooked — it’s welcome to the Dark Side. The Dark Side is coming to the Seattle Boat Show.Tune in for Part 2.

Friday Jan 29, 7:00 pm

Vancouver Island is a fishing paradise. From lakes and streams, to endless saltwater options, there’s something for everyone. Its endless opportunity and jaw-dropping beauty is captured in this segment put together by Fishing BC. Prepare to be amazed.