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【Held on March 25th (Fri)】 Notification on the Special Course in March of the Fishing College 2016

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Fishing College 2016 Notification on the Special Course in March
Introduction to easy fishing at banks or beaches

Time From 18:30 (to around 20:00) on March 25th (Fri) in 2016
Place Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Shinagawa Campus, the building No. 7, 1st floor, multipurpose laboratory
Attendance Fee

Free

This course is open to everyone. No application is required. Please bring your own writing utensils. Please come to the laboratory on time on the day (otherwise handouts may be unavailable). The social gathering after the lecture is subject to fees and requires reservation.

The course outline

Improve your fishing result in your familiar fishing spots

Instructor: Kenji Hayashi (The instructor in Marukyu Co., Ltd.)

Preserve your fishing records for the future

Instructor: Fumiya Okuyama (The visiting professor in Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology)

Introduction (Fumiya Okuyama, The visiting professor of Industry-University and Community Cooperation Promotion Organization in Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology)

We provide tips to improve your fishing results in your familiar fishing spots like breakwaters and beaches. Do you want to be a person about whom people would wonder "Why does he (she) fish so much?"? The instructor in Marukyu, Kenji Hayashi gives a presentation on easy casting to catch shirogisu (Sillago japonica), sabiki to catch aji (horse mackerel), and float fishing to catch Kurodai (Acanthopagrus schlegeli) with his unique fishing style beginning with the tips to pick a fishing location. He takes an example of actual fishing locations and gives an explanation on "how we should think to fish more", which would be easy-to-understand also for beginners.

The fish you caught is to grow larger and larger in your memory. How about preserving it well? The Non-Profit Organization, Japan Game Fish Association has a system where national records and individual records can be registered. It has also established rules for you to enjoy the game fairly. The fish you struggled to catch is memorable. How about preserving the data for the future in the form other than pictures, gyotaku (fish prints), and stuffed specimens?

Industry-University and Community Cooperation Promotion Organization in Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

フィッシング・カレッジ2016 3月特別講座のお知らせ

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