We are currently offering ten separate classes at our Marine Institute. Below is a list of classes we are offering along with the date and time for the next class. Please click this link to Download a Class Registration Form to register for a class. ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
You can email the form to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, mail the form to us, or call us at 727-365-4660. If you have any questions, or for a course description, please contact us.
|Fishing 101||June 2013||6:30pm-8pm||Mitch Clabeaux||$45.00|
|Boating 101||June 2013||6:30pm-8pm||Mike Kelley||$45.00|
|Intro Into Diving||June 2013||6:30pm-8pm||Teresa Hattaway||$45.00|
|Kayaking 101||June 2013||6:30pm-8pm||Neil Taylor||$45.00|
|Intro to Fly Fishing||June 2013||6:30pm-8pm||Suncoast Fly Fishers||$45.00|
|Rod Building & Repair||June 2013||6:30pm-8pm||Roy Johnson||$45.00|
|Cast Netting||June 2013||6:30pm-8pm||Roy Johnson||$45.00|
|Kids Fishing||June 2013||9am-12pm||Mitch Clabeaux||$45.00|
|Kids Intro to Kayaking||June 2013||9am-12pm||Mark Madden||$45.00|
Note: All classes will be held at the Marine Institute. Our instructors are subject to change.
We encourage you to sign up as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing you at our Marine Institute!
Anyone who loves art, fish, fishing, or fish art will have a great time in this class! Gyotaku is a traditional form of Japanese fish printing or rubbing, originally used by Japanese fishermen in the early 1800’s to accurately record their catches. It has since been recognized as a form of fine art. Greg Aragon, the instructor for the Gyotaku class, began to master this form of art 30 years ago. Learn his techniques and secrets in this unique art method.
The class is taught on a Saturday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.