Bass to the Future Seminar rolls out January 7th at the Ultimate Fishing Show Detroit

Bass to the Future

The future of bass fishing information is here today in two new websites – Marked Maps Live!™ and Fishing Spot Specs™ , 3D micro charts, Seaviewer™ underwater video with GPS overlay, the Lowrance SonarViewer and the 2010 release of Xtreme Bass Tackle baits with Natural Forage Technology™ delivered to you by Captain Wayne Carpenter.  You may never see bass fishing the same way again.  This exclusive seminar features live internet demonstrations with the new technology and a big picture approach that serves the main course of information directly into your hands.  Be the first in line to experience this never seen before event and walk away a step ahead of your competition.  Learn how to search live data that matches your skills, see how maps become dynamic tools for you through Marked Maps Live!, find out how to include the latest Electronic Guide Service innovation (Micro Charts) into your spot knowledge, watch underwater video with GPS coordinates along with real sonar logs plus insight straight from the designer of the new Xtreme Bass Tackle baits for 2010.

Capt. Wayne Carpenter, an accomplished seminar speaker and guide has written the books: No Secrets on Lake St. Clair vol. 1, No Secrets on Lake St. Clair vol. 2, Smallmouth Confidential, published the Lake St. Clair Combat Bass Fishing Newsletter for 10 years, published 27 Marked Maps of Lake St. Clair and designed the tube baits: St. Clair Goby™, Erie Goby, Firetiger, Great Lakes Craw™, St. Clair Crayfish™ and Great Lakes Perch™.

http://www.showspan.com/UFD/Seminars.aspx

Do you have a question you would like answered at the seminar?

Ask now by leaving a comment and tell me which seminar you’ll be attending.  If time allows during the seminar I’ll bring it up or be available after to respond to your question.

12 Responses to “Bass to the Future Seminar rolls out January 7th at the Ultimate Fishing Show Detroit”

  1. Dan Zowada Says:

    Wow, this is going to be exciting! I am looking forward to seeing what you guys do with this site. Maybe I’ll finally catch some Bass next season.

    Dan

    • Wayne Carpenter Says:

      The bass are out there just waiting for you. Check the seminar schedule out and meet me there to see the latest in bass fishing information technology that can add value to every trip on the water.

  2. djkimmel Says:

    Hi Wayne,
    I can see the comments. My question is… how do I catch twice as many 4 pound smallies in the future?
    Dan Kimmel

  3. Bassfan586 Says:

    Looking forward to checking out the new bait colors and yes how do i catch more 4 pounders?……..

    Brad

  4. djkimmel Says:

    Although he didn’t mention my name, I will have to listen in Brad, when he tells you the answer to your question 🙂

  5. Jason (bassassasin88) Says:

    I would love to see more info , some marked maps, and possibly even a book on the detroit river. make it happen man.

  6. Jason (bassassasin88) Says:

    I will be at the 3 pm seminar on thursday.

  7. Wayne Carpenter Says:

    Look forward to seeing you there. I would love to read that Detroit River book too. Logged a good amount of time out there with scattered research from head to mouth but would really need to dig in and make it a season project to do an authoritative work. It’s worth the effort though and I’ll never stop trying to gather more data out there.

  8. Frank Keller Says:

    Hi Wayne
    Can’t wait to see the new baits and attend your seminar on Thursday.
    Sounds like more great tools to improve our fishing results.
    Frank

    • Wayne Carpenter Says:

      It will be great to see you there Frank. What most people don’t know is that I started this quest to develop a program that delivers fishing data over 15 years ago. The internet has made it possible to realize that dream with a true breakthrough product in http://www.fishingspotspecs.com. Angling is such a fun game and a great way to relieve stress and enjoy the beautiful world God has given us. It’s a real privilege to share that experience with you and others who appreciate how precious our time on the water and our time with each other is.

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