Shimano ‘Fall Smallmouth’ Fishing School with Greg DiPalma – Wednesday – 8pm EST – News Brief
2 weeks ago by Keith Worrall
Modified Sep 1st, 2020 at 7:57 PM
This Wednesday – 8 pm EST – Shimano Facebook LIVE
BASSMASTER ELITE SERIES PRO GREG DIPALMA TALKS FALL SMALLMOUTH ACTION ON SHIMANO’S FISHING SCHOOL LIVE EVENT
LADSON, S.C. – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – 9.1.20 – After spending the past month fishing Lake St. Clair and productive smallmouth lakes in New York on the Bassmaster Elite circuit, New Jersey bass pro and owner of Upper Bay Guide Service, Greg DiPalma, joins host JP DeRose to talk fall smallmouth tactics on Shimano’s ‘Fishing School’ LIVE series. The live event will take place this Wednesday, September 2, on Facebook and YouTube starting at 8 pm EST (7 pm CST, 5 pm PST). To view the live event, visit https://www.facebook.com/FishShimanoNorthAmerica, or on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/FishWithShimano.
Fishing the Bassmaster Elite Series has expanded DiPalma’s bass fishing knowledge beyond the waters of the East Coast and the Chesapeake Bay, where he spends his offseason guiding out of the town of North East, Maryland. His interest to competitive bass fishing began at local club tournaments and expanded at state and regional level events including the Bassmaster Opens. DiPalma parlayed his success to qualify for the Bassmaster Elite circuit in 2019 as well as the 2020 Bassmaster Classic. During the hour-long ‘Fishing School’ event, DiPalma and DeRose will discuss optimal reel set- ups for a variety of smallmouth techniques. They will also touch on some of the new for 2020 tackle from Shimano that will start showing at tackle shops in September.
Shimano will continue its popular ‘Fishing School’ live events on September 16 with Seth Funt, captain and owner of Team Three Buoys fishing team out of Palm Beach, Florida, to talk about daytime swordfishing techniques. Visit Shimano’s Facebook page for future guests and show topics. You can also view past ‘Fishing School’ events on topics including largemouth and smallmouth bass, tarpon, striped bass, snook, snapper, redfish and deep-drop swordfish, the growing high school/college bass fishing scene, and how to increase kids’ interest in fishing.