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Wayne Kruse |
Published: Thursday, March 6, 2014, 12:01 a.m.

Salmon seminar

Salmon University, a two-day, sportfishing mega-seminar, is on tap for the eighth consecutive year, March 29-30, at the IBEW Conference Center in Kent (19802 62nd Ave. S.). The event features some of the top anglers in the Western United States. The first day focuses on basic principles and techniques. The second day covers advanced techniques and fishing styles. The seminar features seven instructors, including Tom Nelson of Salmon University; Terry Rudnick, author of How to Catch Trophy Halibut; and Anthony “Tuna” Warren, veteran crew member on”Bad to the Bone” in the Oregon Tuna Classic. Among other subjects, the experts will cover Columbia River spring and fall chinook techniques, ocean salmon fishing, crabbing and shrimping. The cost of is $88 for the first day or $150 for the full weekend and advance registration is required. For a complete list of speakers, classes and additional information, or to register, visit or call Tom Nelson at 360-626-8216.

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