Announcement from Fishing College 2017: Lecture in April
Last Update : 2017-04-02 15:22
Announcement from Fishing College 2017: Lecture in April "Mastering the secrets of fishing"
|Date and Time||From 18:30 on Monday, April 17, 2017|
Multipurpose Laboratory, 1st Floor, Building No. 7, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology Shinagawa Campus,
Free (Please fill in the questionnaire card).
This course is open to everyone. No application is required. Please bring your own writing utensils. Please come to the university on time on the day (otherwise handouts may be unavailable). After the lecture we have a social gathering around Shinagawa Station. It is subject to fees (\4,000) and requires reservation via e-mail: adaso-1223 firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Outline of Lecture||Mastering the secrets of fishing|
Hiroshi Nagaoka (Deputy General Manager, Planning Department, Marukyu Co., Ltd.)
Fumiya Okuyama (The visiting professor of Industry-University and Community Cooperation Promotion Organization in Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology)
Moderator : Fumiya Okuyama, visiting professor of Industry-University and Community Cooperation Promotion Organization, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
The fishing begins by understanding the waterside environment where the target fish is settled, finding out where the fish live, and guessing what the fish is eating. Although you visit the place many times and get used to the waterside to catch fish, there are times when you cannot catch fish at all. Is there any secret to escape out of such a tough situation?
In this lecture, we would like to talk about what you should do when you cannot catch fish based on our experience and knowledge and scientific analysis. Mr. Hiroshi Nagaoka, who worked on the development of fishing bait for over 30 years at the world-famous bait manufacturer Marukyu Co., Ltd., and I, Fumiya Okuyama who is in charge of lure fly, will hold technical lecture on fishing while exchanging opinions with participants.
Industry-University and Community Cooperation Promotion Organization, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology