FWC is hosting a series of free virtual Saltwater Fishing Clinics for beginner anglers age 16 and older. Sessions will include topics on conservation, rods and reels, tackle, baits, rigs, knot tying, habitats, fish handling, best practices and additional resources. Those who attend a course will receive a free starter tackle box.
Registration is required and must be completed two days prior to the session date. Participation is limited to 50 anglers per course; anglers who register after the 50-person limit has been reached will be put on a waiting list. Anglers must use Microsoft Teams to participate.
Virtual Saltwater Fishing Clinics are offered as a course that includes seven separate 1-hour sessions held every Tuesday evening from 6:30-7:30 p.m. ET for seven consecutive weeks. Anglers must be able to attend all seven sessions. Each course has the same content, so anglers only need to register for one course.
Register for a Virtual Saltwater Fishing Clinic seven-week course:
Jan. 19 (includes seven sessions)
March 9 (includes seven sessions)
April 27 (includes seven sessions)
Don’t have enough time to commit to a seven-week course? Participate in FWC’s Mini Virtual Saltwater Fishing Clinics instead and you’ll learn about saltwater fishing and conservation in a bite-size format. These 90-minute virtual events will be held once a month on a Thursday evening from 6-7:30 p.m. ET. Each session has the same content, so anglers only need to register for one single session.
Register for a Mini Virtual Saltwater Fishing Clinic session:
Jan. 28 (single session)
Feb. 25 (single session)
March 25 (single session)
April 22 (single session)
May 13 (single session)
June 10 (single session)