With fishing expert Peter Langlands from Wild Capture
Date: Saturday, 28th September 2019
Time: 2pm - 4:30pm
Location: Pigeon Bay, Banks Peninsula
Limited to 12 participants!
Please note that there is also a Foraging Tour on the same day in the morning.
At this workshop you will learn about:
- Different fishing rods and set ups for fishing from the shore
- What baits to use and what not to use
- Sustainable fish species
- Ways to prepare the fish after catching
Why Fishing is a Great Hobby:
We are living in a stressful world. Fishing is like freedom from all that stress. Nothing can bust stress more than the time spent in the nature fishing. Fishing is a sport that unites families and friends and helps them spend quality time with them. It sparkles and strengthens the friendship and love between family members and friends. It gives them life loads of memories and memoirs to cherish.
Fishing keeps one healthy and encourages people to go outdoors and live a healthier life. It keeps you active and makes you burn calories and get fresh air into your lungs.It is a lifetime hobby and skill and it can be enjoyed at any phase of your life.
For questions please contact Cornelia: email@example.com
More about Peter Langlands
B.Sc (Zoology), Diploma of Science (Ecology)
Peter's passion for fishing, foraging and wild foods goes back to childhood, but has developed through his work as an ornithologist and a conservation researcher. From the upper Rangitata River to the Catlins, Peter has travelled extensively in the South Island, working to protect endangered species, such as the wrybill plover and the Australasian bittern, while also exploring nature's bounty in the wider sense. He has written numerous fishing guides for Canterbury and published articles in top NZ fishing magazines.