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Seminar to cover Columbia River salmon fishing

A family group does some heavy lifting after a successful day of Columbia River salmon fishing with Adventure Guide Service. (Adventure Guide Service)
A family group does some heavy lifting after a successful day of Columbia River salmon fishing with Adventure Guide Service. (Adventure Guide Service)

FISHING — Michael Cordon and Benita Galland of Adventure Guide Service will present a free seminar on fishing for Columbia River salmon Thursday, 6:30 p.m., as the 2012 Spring Fishing Seminar Series continues at Mark's Marine in Hayden.

Last week in the series, Jeff Smith of Fins and Feathers detailed tactics for catching chinook in Lake Coeur d'Alene.

Here's the lineup for the rest the free seminars:

·         March 22: Bass & Panfishing – “The how-to for local lakes”

          By: Jim Grassi of Let’s Go Fishing.  TV host and radio personality      
         and Tony McCalmant VP of the Panhandle Bass Club    

·         March 29: Lowrance HDS & Structure Scan-
“Tips, Tricks, and how to find fish”

        By: Steve Binyon, the Mark’s Marine Electronics Guru.

·         April 5: Trolling Lake Pend Orielle

              By Donnie and Sue Halk of Frisky Jenny Flies & Lake Charters

              (160+ people turn out at this one last year so please RSVP,  aaron@marksmarineinc.com)

·         April 12: Walleye Tips and Techniques




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