CELEBRATING 80 YEARS: 1944-2024

Englund Marine Seminar Series is back! We are excited to invite you to join us in Eureka, CA, Newport, OR or Charleston, OR for a full day of informative speakers, industry and product experts, and more.

Did we mention these events are FREE?


ASTORIA, OR

Date: July 13th, 2024
Time: TBD
Location: Englund Marine, 95 Hamburg Ave. Astoria

Speakers:

John Keizer, Salt Patrol & Team Lowrance
John Keizer is captain of the NW Lowrance fishing team and an expert on marine electronics. This seminar will cover how to install and setup your sonar to get the best quality images of fish displayed in various fishing environments and depth ranges. He will cover proper transducer placement, unit tuning and proper setup to maximize locating fish and the newest trends in electronics. Coastal fishing is the hot bed of king salmon fishing for jumbo size fall chinook. Capt. John Keizer will cover how to target these big returning king salmon and the newest specialized techniques required to catch big chinook in this 150-400ft deep water fishery off the coast.

Schedule: TBD


CHARLESTON, OR

Date: May 4th, 2024
Time: 9:00-3:30
Location: Englund Marine, 91146 Cape Arago Hwy Charleston
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Past Event Details (Click to expand):

Speakers:

John Blanchard, Sharky's Charter Fishing: "Long Leader Success and Gulp!"
Captain John Blanchard is not only a west coast tuna legend and owner of Sharky's Charters, When not on the water providing high quality charter fishing trips, or being voted "Oregon's South Coast Favorite Fishing Charter," John shares his fishing passion on land at speaking events up and down the west coast.

John Keizer, Salt Patrol & Team Lowrance: "How to Maximize Marine Electronics to Locate Fish"
John Keizer is captain of the NW Lowrance fishing team and an expert on marine electronics. This seminar will cover how to install and setup your sonar to get the best quality images of fish displayed in various fishing environments and depth ranges. He will cover proper transducer placement, unit tuning and proper setup to maximize locating fish and the newest trends in electronics. Coastal fishing is the hot bed of king salmon fishing for jumbo size fall chinook. Capt. John Keizer will cover how to target these big returning king salmon and the newest specialized techniques required to catch big chinook in this 150-400ft deep water fishery off the coast.

James Netzel, Brad's Killer Fishing Gear & Tight Lines Guide Service: "Brad's 360 Evolution & Brad's Cut Plugs: A perfect Recipe For Coastal Salmon"
Capt. James Netzel, owner of Tight Lines Guide Service has been a full time fishing guide since 2012. Though he started fishing as soon as he was able to hold onto a fishing rod, and now guiding full time, still manages to enjoy fishing in the offseason. James is known for chasing the 70 degree temps with Delta Stripers mid March thru mid May. Then when the valley gets too hot, he heads for the hills and fishes Stampede kokanee till mid September. When the weather cools down in the valley, James heads home to fish Sacramento Metro Kings till the end of the season. He’ll also mix in some Folsom trout when he can find the time. One thing James takes very serious is the honoring of our Veterans with a $50 discount and flying a flag when he has the privilege of having a Veteran on board.

Jim Pex: PhD in the Science of Born Of Salt "Safety at Sea"
Jim Pex retired from the OSP crime lab when the mountains were still young. Dr Pex earned a degree at sea in tuna-ology. He has spent his retirement honing his skills. Jim also sits on the board of several fishing advocacy groups and is science advisor for the OAA.

Luke Erikson, Daiwa Pro Staff: "Jiggin' in the Deep Blue for Oregon's Long Fin Bandits"
Luke is a long-time angler with a passion for jigging the wilily Oregon tuna. Luke is part of the Daiwa Pro Staff team and was recently voted the most eligible Batchelor by his college’s. Luke likes long walks on the beach day dreaming of viscous iron strikes and bent rods.

Schedule:

9:00: Doors open

9:30: Jim Pex "Safety at Sea"

10:00: Luke Erikson "Jiggin' in the Deep Blue for Oregon's Long Fin Bandits"

Break

11:00: James Netzel "Brad's 360 Evolution & Cut Plugs: A Perfect Recipe For Coastal Salmon"

11:45: John Blanchard "Long Leader Success & Gulp!"

12:45: Lunch

Lunch Break

1:30: John Keizer "How to Maximise Marine Electronics to Locate Fish"

Giveaways & Drawings

All times subject to change


NEWPORT, OR

Date: April 20th, 2024
Time: 8:00-3:00
Location: Englund Marine, 880 S.E. Bay Blvd. Newport
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Past Event Details (Click to expand):

Speakers:

Charles Loos, The Ocean Coach: "Using Navigational Skills to Catch More Fish"
Charles Loos, the Ocean Coach, has trained over 300 captains how to cross the bar, judge forecasts, make the go- or no-go decision and navigate with skill and confidence. A popular seminar speaker, Charles offers private coaching, as well as online digital courses.

David Peterson, Retired Charter Captain & Englund's Own Expert: "Electric Reels, Gulp! & Long Leader Success"
David grew up in the marine and fishing industry and started ocean fishing at the age of 4 with his Grandpa out of Ilwaco. Throughout the 80's he deck handed on charter boats out of Depoe Bay, before moving into working in the parts/services departments of boating centers in the Portland area from 1990 to 2006. David moved back to Depoe Bay in 2011, pursuing his dream of owning a charter boat. Over the next 2 years, David ran a 6 man boat before taking command of the 43' Delta "Hot Pursuit" out of Dockside Charters. After over 135 successful long leader trips, he retired from running boats on a daily basis. He is now a familiar and knowledgeable face at our Englund Marine, Newport store.

Dave "Teton" Phillips: Raymarine & Shimano: "Tuna Time: Let's Talk Albacore & Jigging Gear"
Dave's passion is chasing tuna offshore in blue water. The fishery is a century old pioneered by commercial fishermen, but newer techniques added to these tried and true methods employed by Dave and others bring this high energy tuna light tackle sport fishery to a new level. High catch rates, the prospects of running up to 60 miles offshore, navigating tough bar crossings and fickle weather patterns add to the challenge.
Dave works with Shimano as a Master Brand Advocate promoting their jigging, bait and trolling gear and works with Raymarine as a Level 1 Pro Ambassador working with customers and dealers of marine electronics as well as other marine manufacturers such as ShoXs Seats, FLIR, and Danco Pliers. He also volunteers on the Board of the Oregon Tuna Classic tournament series, a multi-event tuna tournament benefitting local food banks. As Dave often mentions in front of other tuna junkies, salmon fishing is a gentleman's sport and tuna fishing is full on combat fishing.

John Keizer, Salt Patrol & Team Lowrance: "How to Maximize Marine Electronics to Locate Fish "
John Keizer is captain of the NW Lowrance fishing team and an expert on marine electronics. This seminar will cover how to install and setup your sonar to get the best quality images of fish displayed in various fishing environments and depth ranges. He will cover proper transducer placement, unit tuning and proper setup to maximize locating fish and the newest trends in electronics. Coastal fishing is the hot bed of king salmon fishing for jumbo size fall chinook. Capt. John Keizer will cover how to target these big returning king salmon and the newest specialized techniques required to catch big chinook in this 150-400ft deep water fishery off the coast.

Schedule:

Doors open

8:30-9:00: Charles Loos "Using Navigational Skills to Catch More Fish"

9:00-9:45: Dave Peterson "Electric Reels, Gulp! & Long Leader Success"

Break

10:15-11:30: Dave Phillips "Tuna Time: Let's Talk Albacore & Jigging Gear"

Lunch Break

12:45-2:45: John Keizer "All Things Salty: Ocean Salmon, Halibut & Lingcod"
12:45-2:00: Ocean Salmon | 2:00-2:45: Halibut & Lingcod

Giveaways & Drawings

All times subject to change


EUREKA, CA

In partnership with Humboldt Area Saltwater Anglers
Date: March 30th, 2024
Time: 9:00-4:00
Location: Englund Marine, 590 W. Waterfront Dr. Eureka
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Past Event Details (Click to expand):

Speakers:

Charles Loos, The Ocean Coach: "Bar Crossing Basics: Foundational Skills For Crossing The Bar"
Charles Loos, the Ocean Coach, has trained over 300 captains how to cross the bar, judge forecasts, make the go- or no-go decision and navigate with skill and confidence. A popular seminar speaker, Charles offers private coaching, as well as online digital courses.

Travis Chambers, Time & Tide Marine: "Annual Engine Maintenance"
With 7 years of experience Travis Chambers from Time & Tide Marine specializes in mechanical and computer diagnostics as well as marine electronics installation. factory trained and certified from Honda Marine. factory trained and certified from Suzuki marine. Factory trained from caterpillar.

Tim Klassen, Reel Steel Sportfishing - Humboldt County: "Halibut Fishing in Humboldt and Del Norte Counties While Anchored."
Captain Tim Klassen has been fishing the California North Coast for over 30 years. He is a Coast Guard licensed skipper and loves to help people catch fish. He thinks he has the best job in the world. He has been featured in Pacific Coast Sport fishing Magazine and on the cover of the California Sport Fishing Regulations.

Del Stephens, Tuna Dog Offshore: "Deepwater Lingcod, Albacore, and Bluefin"
Captain Del "Tuna Dog" Stephens is an author, speaker, Pro Angler and well known in the offshore fishing community. Over 25 years as a respected charter captain, Del now shares his passion for fishing in speaking appearances, writing articles and being involved in fishing tournaments like The Lipstick Salmon Slayers. He is the author of "The Dark Side, One Man's Journey to the 125 Line and Back" and hosts the Canyon Warriors TV Show.

Schedule:

9:00-9:50: Charles Loos "Bar Crossing Basics: Foundational Skills For Crossing The Bar"

Raffle drawing & break

10:00-10:50: Travis Chambers "Annual Engine Maintenance"

Raffle drawing & break

11:00-12:00: Tim Klassen "Anchoring for Halibut & Regulation Recap"

Raffle drawing

Lunch Break

12:40-3:50: Del Stephens "Deepwater Lingcod, Albacore, and Bluefin"
12:40-1:10: Lingcod | 1:20-2:50: Albacore | 3:00-End: Bluefin

Final raffle drawing

All times subject to change


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