Meet Captain Jerry Sparks & Me at the NE Saltwater Fishing Show

by | Mar 6, 2017 | Striped Bass Fishing

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fish wrap artCaptain Jerry Sparks and I will be at the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association’s New England Saltwater Fishing Show all weekend representing Scotty Fishing & Paddlesport Products at booth 1215.

Please stop by, check out the Scotty line and let me shake your hand for reading my words.

Even better, at 9:30 on Saturday morning, The Captain and I will host a lively talk, Fishing Salt Ponds & Rivers from a Boat or Kayak. jerrysparksbass-edited-edited

Captain Sparks is an awesome speaker, with countless years of fishing and guiding under his wading belt and a fun, quick style that will help answer your questions, provide critical details about lures and get you on the fish.

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I’m there to provide some commentary, run the PowerPoint show and add a few tidbits on my own years searching for and catching fish.

Is there a Pulitzer for Best Supporting Fisherman?

We hope to see you there.

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