Learn to Bass Fish Workshop
2014 Workshop Schedule:

Basic Fishing Workshop 
Saturday, April 5 - noon-5 pm

Advance Fishing Workshop
Sunday, April 6 - noon-3 pm

When asked how he caught so many big walleye the greatest fisherman to ever live replied, 
"I was bass fishing".  Actually that was his response every time Buck Perry caught fish whether it was walleye, crappie or any other freshwater fish.  Why?  "Because", he said, "If you learn to consistently catch bass you can catch any fish that swims".  

Now you can learn how to be more successful...not just in your bass fishing...but in fishing for your favorite freshwater fish.

The Learn to Bass Fish Workshop is a classroom presentation (complete with a very detailed comprehensive workbook) covering everything you need to know to catch fish more consistently including different types of lake classifications, how fish react differently in those lakes, equipment, lures, different fish calendar periods, importance of the "predator/prey" relationship, how weather affects fishing, etc.

In short, we are going to take all the pieces of the fishing puzzle and put it together for you one piece at a time in a manner that's fun, informative and easy to understand.

The number of participants is extremely limited and reservations will be accepted on a first-come basis guaranteed only by receipt of payment.

Thank you!

Clay Dixon
Reserve Your Spot Today!
When: April 5 (Basic Fishing Workshop) and April 6 (Advanced Fishing Workshop)
Time & Location: Noon - 5 pm; Wichita, KS (Details will be provided at time of sign-up)
Registration Fee:  $99 Price Includes Workbook* & Group Instruction

*Comprehensive Training Workbook-Detailed Exhibits-Professionally Written-
Extremely Comprehensive-Foundation for Continued Study-Take it Home-Detailed Reference 
Manual-40 + Years of Experience in One Easy to Understand Manual
Putting the Pieces Together for You
Class instructor,Clay Dixon, has more than 40-years of fishing experience including 7 years fishing 20-30 professional bass tournaments a year.  

Clay has TWICE represented the state of Kansas in TWO world B.A.S.S National Federation Championships that included representatives from 36 other states and 3 foreign countries.  He also qualified for the first ever "Florida Freshwater Fishing Championship".  

Recently highlighted in the Wichita Eagle, Lincoln Nebraska Journal and ESPN 1510 Radio Kansas City, Clay owns the largest fishing Blog in the Midwest. He also is a familiar speaker at local and state sporting shows and expos.

His fishing blog, along with his website http://www.KansasFisherman.com, are dedicated to helping people catch more fish and in the process creating a greater awareness of fishing opportunities in Kansas.

In-depth look at Major Seasonal Migration Patterns

Importance of the "Predator-Prey" Relationship & Bass Location

Water Temperature (Comfort Zone versus Preferred Temperature)

Predictive Thermoregulation & Reactive Thermoregulation

In-depth Study of Different Water Classifications

3 Types of Water Classifications Found in Kansas & Surrounding States

Detailed Look at Seasonal Movements of Bass in Kansas Reservoirs & Lakes

In-depth Study on Understanding (and Importance of) "Calendar Periods"

How to Make the Proper Presentation

Understanding the “Strike Zone”. What is it? What Impacts it?

2 Most Important Key Elements of All Successful Fishing

8 Key "Triggers" that Make Fish Bite

What is “Pattern Fishing” & Why is it Important?

Understanding the Three Primary Types of Fishing Techniques

Importance of "Angles" in Lure Presentations

Putting it All Together…Taking Your Fishing to the Next Level

How a Professional Fisherman Decides Where to Fish BEFORE Launching His Boat


Introduction to Basic Seasonal Movement Patterns

Introduction to Different Water Classifications

3 Types of Water Classifications Found in Kansas & Surrounding States

Understanding the Importance of ‘Calendar Periods’

Importance of Making the Proper Presentation

Understanding the “Strike Zone”

What is “Pattern Fishing” and Why is it Important

Understanding the Three Primary Types of Fishing Techniques

When and How to Fish Different Lure Types (Crank Baits, Spinner 
Baits, Top Water, Jerk Baits, Jigs, Plastic Worm & Other Soft Plastics)

Thoughts on Choosing the Right Color Lure 

A Properly Filled Tackle Box

Choosing the Best Rod, Reel & Line for You

Importance of Lure Presentation & Angles

Where to Find the Fish (My "Secret"...How I Have Taken 22-Trips to 21-
Different Lakes I have Never Fished Before...and Never Been Skunked!

Putting it All Together…Taking Your Fishing to the Next Level

6 Things You Can Do to Catch More Fish Every Trip...Guaranteed!

How to Get the Most from Watching a Fishing Show, Instructional DVD, 
Reading a Fishing Magazine Article and/or Reading or Watching My Blog 
and Web Site Postings

Basic Workshop: Approximately 80% of the time on "How To" information including choosing different lures, various fishing techniques, picking the right equipment (rod, reels, line), choosing the right lure colors, learning to tie various knots, learning when and how to fish different lure types (crank baits, spinner baits, top water, plastic worms, jerk baits, other plastic baits like tubes, etc.), the strike zone of a fish, etc.

In short...80% of our time will be spent "hands-on" learning the fundamentals that are so important to catching fish. The other 20% will be focused on the "Where"...where are the fish located in ponds, small lakes and large reservoirs and how to quickly find them.

Advanced Workshop: Just the opposite of the Basic Workshop. 80% of the time will be on the "Where"...where are the fish located and how to find them. A lot of attention will be focused on both yearly and daily migrational movement patterns within a body of water, various types of lakes and how fish move differently in each one, the importance of understanding the different "calendar periods" of the fish you are trying to catch and the importance of the "Predator-Prey" relationship and how it affects your fishing, etc.

In short...80% of our time will be spent on learning "Where" to fish and only 20% on "How" to catch them once you find them. Remember...only 10% of any body of water holds fish on any given day...and you can't catch them if you aren't fishing where they are!