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Information about the Fishing College 2017 October course

Last Update : 2017-09-14 11:08

Information about the Fishing College 2017 October course: The science of fishing bait and lure

Date

From 18:30 to 20:00 (scheduled) on October 2, 2017 (Monday) ※You can enter the venue from 18:00.

Venue

The Lecture Room on the 1st floor of Hakuyo Hall of the Shinagawa Campus of Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology ※An about ten-minute walk from the Konan Gate (East Gate) of Shinagawa Station on the JR Line and the Keihin Kyuko Line

Participation fee

Free. (Please fill in the participant's card.)
You have no need to make an application. Please carry something to write with with you.
※We will prepare a sufficient amount of handouts. But please be careful in advance that you may not be able to receive handouts due to too many participants.

The outline of the course

The science of fishing bait and lure

Lecturer

Hitoshi Nagaoka, Deputy Director of the Planning Division of Marukyu Co., Ltd.
Fumiya Okuyama, Visiting Professor of Industry-Academia-Region Cooperation Promotion Organization

Guidance by Fumiya Okuyama, Visiting Professor of Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology's Industry-Academia-Region Cooperation Promotion Organization

When you do fishing, it is important to know the ecology and nature of the fish you are trying to catch.
Many fishermen are interested in the feeding habits of fish. Through the course, we will think about why fish have an appetite for fishing baits together.
If you use baits that fish usually eat, you can catch fish. But you can sometimes catch fish by paste baits, lures and fries that do not exist in nature. Sometimes it is so easy to catch fish that you will be surprised to know how easy it is. What triggers fish eating baits? It is also true that artificial baits enable you to catch fish better than raw baits (real baits).
Some women say that they cannot do fishing because baits are uncomfortable. Finally, artificial baits that can solve this problem appeared. They were developed by Marukyu, which has done all research about the sight, smell, appetite and ecology of fish. We will hold a technical course based on scientific grounds presented by Mr. Hiroshi Nagaoka, who has developed baits for more than thirty years at Marukyu, a leading fishing bait manufacturer, and Visiting Professor Okuyama.

Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology's Industry-Academia-Region Cooperation Promotion Organization

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