2024 Seminar Schedule
Saturday, February 3
11:00 a.m. – Aquatic Invasive Species in Kentucky
12:30 p.m. – Tips for Crappie Fishing Success
2:00 p.m. – Winning Bass Fishing Techniques
Dan Morehead & Terry Bolton
3:30 p.m. – TBA
Sunday, February 4
12:00 p.m. – Invasive Carp: Biology, Ecology and Management in Kentucky
2:00 p.m. – Tips for Crappie Fishing Success
About the Seminars & Presenters
Tips for Crappie Fishing Success
Terry Elliott will be presenting a seminar titled: Tips for Crappie Fishing Success. He will talk about all aspects of crappie fishing including installing attractors, searching for fish, equipment choices and best practices for success.
Terry is an avid outdoors-man and has been hunting and fishing his entire life. He has fished on Kentucky Lake for 40 plus years. He is currently a full-time guide on Kentucky and Barkley Lakes: Elliott’s Guide Service offers crappie, catfish and bass trips as well as offering electronics training. Terry lives with his wife, Darla near Greenfield, Tennessee. For more information, you can visit his website at www.elliottsguideservice.com or stop by and see him at his booth during the show.
Winning Bass Fishing Techniques
Join Dan Morehead and Terry Bolton as they present a seminar on Winning Bass Fishing Techniques.
Dan has been fishing since he was old enough to hold a fishing pole and has been fishing professionally since 1995.
His favorite technique is throwing a deep spinnerbait and his favorite bodies of water are Table Rock Lake and Kentucky Lake.
When he is not fishing he can be found bow hunting for anything he can get a license for.
Terry has also been fishing professionally since 1995 and his favorite place to fish is Kentucky Lake. He is a self described “metal-head” and enjoys duck hunting.
Dan and Terry have been presenting seminars at the West Kentucky Boat Show for years and they always pack the seminar area.
Be sure and get there early for a good seat.
And as always they will be happy to answer any questions you might have about bass fishing in general or more specific techniques.
Aquatic Invasive Species in Kentucky
Jeff Herod with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will present a program on Aquatic Invasive Species in Kentucky. This seminar will address what makes a species an invasive species and show the types and numbers of aquatic invasive species in Kentucky through recent history. He will share the country of origin for representative species, give examples of the how the species were introduced, and explain things that Kentuckians can do to stop introductions and prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species. Bring your questions, Jeff will be happy to answer them.
Invasive Carp: Biology, Ecology, and Management in Kentucky
Jeff Herod, an Aquatic Nuisance Species Coordinator with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, will describe the history and arrival of four invasive carp species into Kentucky waters. He will share an overview of their biology, ecology, and management. In Kentucky, invasive carp management is accomplished through partnerships and Jeff will provide details. Finally, he will provide some tips on how Kentuckians can help prevent the movement of invasive carp and he will answer your questions.