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GEORGE POVEROMO, field and
boating editor of Salt Water
Sportsman magazine, will be
among the speakers at a Jan. 14
fishing seminar at UNC
Wilmington. He is pictured with a
trophy African Pompano.
UNCW To Host Fishina Seminar
Local saltwater fishermen can learn from the best
when Salt Water Sportsman magazine brings its national
seminar scries to Wilmington next month
Part of an eight-stop national tour, the Wilmington
seminar will feature Mark Sosin. host of Mark Sosin's
Saltwater Journal on ESPN, and magazine editors Barry
Gibson and George Poveromo.
1"he seminar is scheduled Saturday. Jan. 1 4, at UNC
Wilmington's Kenan Auditorium. Hours arc 9 a.m. until
4 p.m. with a one-hour break for lunch.
Joining Sosin. Gibson and Povc-romo as seminar
speakers will be a group of experts from this region who
will reveal what areas and techniques produced best for
them last season and which ones will likely be the best
A critcha for joining the seminar staff is that each
captain must divulge what it takes to catch their special
ty fish, including locations, according to a news release
"People want to Icam how and where to catch fish in
their own backyard." Sosin said "The strength of our
seminars has always been in our ability to relay this
knowledge through some of the best guides around."
Presenters will include Frank Johnson, a blue water
trolling expert who owns MoldCraft I aires; ("apt
Bouncer Smith, a South Florida-based innovator of livc
bait and bottom-fishing techniques, Capt Dew Forbes, a
top offshore skipper trom More head (its. Capt Eric
Gowdy, a premier king mackerel tournament pro; Capt.
Jimmy Price, a Southport-based trout, redfish and floun
der specialist; Capt Joe Shute. an authority on speckled
trout and cobia from Atlantic Beach; and Capt. Carl
Snow, an offshore specialist from Wilmington.
Seminar courses will cover tactics and tackle, fish
ing with electronics, zeroing in on big fish, controlled
depth fishing, beating the odds when fish won't cooper
ate, isolating and catching trophy trout, year-round trout
tactics, best bets for red drum, how to catch more floun
der, targeting trophy king mackerel, tarpon the fast way,
tricks that take stubborn cobia, getting the most out of
your offshore trolling spread, offshore live baiting meth
ods (including kite fishing) and chumming and chunking
offshore game fish.
Each course will last between 30 and 45 minutes and
will be supported by closed-circuit television, rear
screen projection, line art and on-stage demonstrations.
Seminars are designed for anglers of all ages and experi
Fee for the course is S35 fee. Participants will have a
chance to win door prizes, including a grand prize, a
fishing trip for two to the Florida Keys, to be awarded
For information about registering, call 1-800-448
Ft. Fisher Ferry To Sport
UNCW's School Colors
The N.C Department of Transpor
tation ferry Gov. Russell, which trav
els between Southport and Ft. Fisher,
will be repainted to sport the green
and gold colors of the University of
North Carolina at Wilmington, ac
cording to a DOT news release
DOT will be repainting all hut
seven of its 23 ferries in the colors
of the 16 stale -supported universi
ties. The vessels will get their new
colors as they go in for routine
maintenance to the ferry system's
shipyard in Manns Harbor
The first vessel to be designated
in the color scheme is the Cedar
Island, which will be painted in pur
ple and gold representing East Caro
lina University. The new vessel, cur
rently under construction, is sched
uled to begin service later this
The Frisco, which operates from
Hatteras to Ocracoke, was the first
to resume service with the new paint
colors, the black and gold of Ap
palachian State University. The ferry
returned to Hatteras last week.
Ferry Division Director Jerry
Gaskill said (here is no additional
cost for the new paint jobs. "The
vessels would he painted anyway,
but now would only be painted in
different colors." he said.
It will take up to 30 months for all
the boats to go through their biennial
maintenance check and receive the
new paint scheme, he said.
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