mrfishjersey said:Seems like this lure school thing will happen over here. Keith, Kevin, Myself and hopefully the Saint (mr soft) will be showing some guys the basics of lures and how to get different actions from them. I know its expensive but if any of you guys from the UK fancy it it sould be a good weekend.
Mad One said:Try and get somebody to video the pool sessions Mick, as they will be really helpful for newcomers to the sport such as myself,
cos apart from what i've picked up from the likes of Keith and Kev, i don't know jack sh1t about how to "really" get a lure working, and i've got a need to learn more and more and more.
mrfishjersey said:I will defo be videoing it all, with my decent video camera too. I will chop it into sections and eaither youtube it or put it on discs for everyone. It'll be cool, we have some underwater cameras available too.
Mad One said:Excellent stuff, can't wait to see some of the stuff that K & K are teaching..
stevelewis430101 said:There maybe an answer for us that live away from you, if there is interest from guys who will travel over for the Jersey meet next year perhaps you could organise a lure school on the Thursday before the festival starts ? Another good excuse to go and travel a day early !!!
kjw said:yes,will hopefully be a good day.
for them that can't attend,the video footage should come in handy.
Plugged Up said:As soon as you have any dates in mind please let me know this sounds too good to miss and I would be very interested. I’ve found over the years that there is no substitute for practical demonstration and mentoring, oh yes the first round will be on me.
Relevant and on topic extracts from the old thread.mrfishjersey said:Steve I am hoping this years (2010) bass festival will have a week long theme about it, teech ins, reccies, fishing trips, boat trips with luck on the weathers side, drink or two, island tour of the best bacon butty houses etc.
I am willing to take as much time off as possible to make any visitors week a very shirley bassy week indeed.