Fishing Schools

Want to catch more fish more often in 2021?

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Yes, Fisherman’s Post is hosting its popular saltwater fishing schools in early 2021, but this eleventh year of hosting the schools will have to look different than the ten years prior. We’ve modified our saltwater fishing schools in 2021 to address Covid concerns.

Now you can attend the schools in-person or online via live stream.

In early 2021, no one wants to be in a big convention center with 400+ people, so we will be hosting three weekends of much smaller schools in Wilmington and three weekends of much smaller scools in Morehead, and each of the three weekends in both locations will offer three different half day programs full of great information that you can access either in-person or online.

Click here for more informarion on the In-Person schools be hosted in Wilmington: Wilmington In-Person Schools.

Click here for more information on the Wilmington schools being Live Streamed: Wilmington Live Stream Schools.

Click here for more information on the In-Person schools being hosted in Morehead City: Morehead In-Person Schools.

Click here for more information on the Morehead City schools being Live Streamed: Morehead Live Stream Schools.

The Wilmington weekends in 2021 are January 23-24, February 13-14, and March 6-7. The Saturday morning sessions are from 7:30 am – 12:00 noon, the Saturday afternoon sessions are from 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm, and the Sunday mid-morning sessions are from 9:00 am – 1:30 pm.

The Morehead City weekends in 2021 are January 30-31, February 20-21, and March 13-14. The Saturday morning sessions are from 7:30 am – 12:00 noon, the Saturday afternoon sessions are from 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm, and the Sunday mid-morning sessions are from 9:00 am – 1:30 pm.

Each half day session will include three one-hour presentations where 2-3 captains/guides share their knowledge and insights on specific types of fishing. And whether you choose to attend in person or choose to view via live stream, all school partcipants will receive access following the session where they can watch the recording of their half day school as many times as they wish (until May 31). So now you don’t have to worry about missing anything, forgetting information, or even bother with taking notes during the school–you can watch and review again and again at your convenience.

Click here for an overview of the Wilmington half day sessions being offered each weekend: WILMINGTON FISHING SCHOOLS 2021.

Click here for an overview of the Morehead City half day sessions being offered each weekend: MOREHEAD FISHING SCHOOLS 2021.


How Do I Get Tickets?

Ticket ordering information can be found on each school’s information page:

Wilmington In-Person Schools

Wilmington Live Stream Schools

Morehead In-Person Schools

Morehead Live Stream Schools

Cancellation Policy: Each entry form for each session has the dates posted by which you can receive an 80% refund (a few days prior to each school).


Testimonials

The following testimoials were collected by guests who attended last year’s full day school in CFCC’s Union Station and Morehead’s Crystal Coast Civic Center:

Jace Buckley: “Traveled 6.5 hours to attend. Looking forward to next year!”

Pat C: “This was my 1st school and I loved it! I’ll be back next year!!”

Mike Pierce: “Best money I’ve spent on fishing.”

Judd McAdams: ” Excellent seminar. Something for every level and fishing preference. Coming back next year!”

James Miles: “Great school!!”

Henk Drenth: “Would recommend anyone who likes saltwater fishing to attend annually.”

Sherry McLin: “I enjoyed this experience very much! Hope it’ll help me catch a lot of fish.”

Brice Bailey: “I had a very enjoyable day and appreciate everyone’s hard work. Very good information provided by all the guides.”

Tommy Mikals: “The guides were very knowledgeable and a lot of fun. They did not talk above us. They seemed to genuinely want us to be better fishermen.”

Lonnie Baker: “Completely enjoyed the entire day. Great Captains!! Very organized. First class all the way.”

Brandon R. Swemons: “Had a great time. This was my second time here. I will be back.”

Steve Lewis: “Last year I attended the Saltwater Sportsman Seminar Series and was extremely disappointed. Your seminar was the exact opposite experience, and I’ll be back again next year.”

Angie B.: “Superbly organized! My first time at this school and I learned a tremendous amount; much more than expected. The tickets were money well spent.”

David McGrath: “Great course, can’t wait to get out there and fish!”

Calvin Clayton: “Very helpful, enjoyed it and will attend again. Almost as good as fishin!”

Gene McLeod: “Excellent day—very insightful. Thank You!”

Dave Johnson: “Great School—would recommend to others interested in learning more about local fishing.”