As you may have guessed, we love fishing and seining - and we absolutely love kids. We wholeheartedly support the efforts of the "Teaching Kids to Fish" organization in California. To read about their endeavor to help keep kids off the streets and to introduce them to the joy of fishing, please visit Teaching Kids to Fish and show your support.
Are you serious about fishing? Then you should have a custom rod built by Richard Gray of Mr. Snookman’s Rods! This small business is a one stop rod shop, covering everything from repairs to full-blown customs. He can do custom logos, marbling, weaves, painted blanks, and much more. He can design for you the rod you are looking for – from ice fishing to offshore trolling. If you want more than what the over-the-counter, mass-produced rods can offer, then contact Mr. Snookman’s Rods and they will work with you to get you a rod that fits your needs.
Kevin Pichard says "My family had a great time and our efforts were relatively productive; we caught several decent-size mullet, a 24" Red and large Spanish mackerel." Sept 2015
Floatin' with Slotin's Camp Seabean, Spring 2013, Cocoa Beach, Florida
Photo courtesy of Michael Slotin
The above three pictures are courtesy of Daniel Massingale (Isn't she precious?)
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Jouppi family seining in Florida. Photo courtesy of Treasure Coast Tackle.
Did you know this is "Sammie," our mascot?
There is a historical document which is a receipt for a seine that GEORGE WASHINGTON ordered from England for use on the Potomac River! He even wrote in his daily log about his seining adventures with friends.
We are reserving this page for you, our valued customers. We hope to fill it with interesting facts and educational links. Please feel free to submit any photos, stories, or information you would like to share.
Photo courtesy of J. Lewis of East Coast Recreational Shrimp Seining.
Reimann Family seining on Jacksonville Beach, Florida, July 2014
The joy on the children's faces tells the entire story!
We have found an excellent article written by J. Abee on HubPages about beach seining that we would like to share with you. An excerpt is as follows:
"What's beach seining? Beach seining is an activity that involves pulling a long seine through the water of an adjacent beach. A seine net is a long net that's usually..." to read entire article, click here
East Coast Recreational Shrimp Seining
A Facebook community helping shrimp seiners/netters get together sharing information on shrimping locations, catching, preserving our catch, as well protecting the resource. VisitEast Coast Recreational Shrimp Seining.