Capt. Todd Davis
Capt. Todd Davis loves the water and turned his love of fishing into a new upcoming sport of bow fishing from his boat. Learn the right way on this new concept.
Florida-native Misty Wells hosts the “Let’s Take it Outside” radio show and is a television personality, seminar host, outdoor writer and tournament team angler. She sits on the Florida Fishing Industry Council, is a National and International Tournament Director and founder of “A Reel Future”, a non-profit devoted to sharing knowledge and instilling a passion for outdoor recreation to kids in need. A single mom to two great kids, she strongly believes that enjoying the great outdoors as a family strengthens bonds, builds confidence and creates lasting memories.
Capt. Sergio Atanes
Capt. Sergio Atanes grew up in Ybor City in early 50's started fishing the local waters at age four. He hosts the only Hispanic Radio fishing show on the West Coast of Florida, Aventuras De Pesca USA radio, a Hispanic TV show that airs nationally including Puerto Rico, and is also an outdoor writer for Coastal Angler, Woods n Water, Marine Times and Florida Marinermagazines. He also has the #1 rated saltwater fishing school in the country. Capt. Sergio started a guide service in 1980, which has grown into one of the largest on the West Coast of Florida. He specializes in light tackle fishing for snook, redfish, trout, cobia, tarpon and seasonal for grouper inside Tampa Bay.
Capt. Eddie Caldwell
Capt. Eddie Caldwell left his job in the corporate world to pursue his love for fishing and teaching the art of fishing Snook, his favorite species.
Capt. Charlie Howell
Capt. Charlie Howell wanted to spend more time fishing and decided to become a full time guide and educate the novice anglers.
Betty has been a pioneer in creating and directing Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing, a nationally-recognized program designed to build confidence in women and enable them to enter a sport they can share with family and friends. She has energized the marine marketplace by attracting new consumers through her educational series, dubbed as the "No-Yelling School of Fishing," where women learn about boat handling, use of equipment and have a chance to experience boating and fishing. There are 8,000 graduates of the program, held in various Florida regions. She has been recognized nationally for her efforts. Information on her offerings for women and families to learn fishing, with classroom presentations, hands-on practice and a chance to fish are on www.ladiesletsgofishing.com . The Ladies Let’s Go Fishing Foundation is a nonprofit 5013C. In addition to the Tampa event, the next 2018 LLGF event is Oct. 19-21, 2018 in Islamorada, Florida Keys. Phone 954-475-9068, email email@example.com.