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Shimano & Ocean Born Casting Demo – Costa #KickPlastic Event…

Shimano and Ocean Born Surfcasting Demo

Shimano Ambassador and striper surfcasting specialist Roy Leyva, along with world-renowned lure designer Patrick Sebile of A Band of Anglers, went down to Surf Drive Beach in Falmouth for surfcasting demonstrations this past Saturday.

Between morning fishing and StriperFest, anglers were able to try out Shimano’s lineup of surfcasting rods and reels, as well as an array of long-casting Ocean Born lures, some of which have yet to be released!

surf demo

Everyone was able to check out the latest in Shimano surfcasting technology and Sebile’s Ocean Born Flying Series Lures for themselves. Roy Leyva and Patrick Sebile both spent time after the demonstrations to talk more in more detail and answer questions.

Patrick Sebile

Patrick Sebile talking with a local angler about his newest Ocean Born lures.
Patrick Sebile

Showing off the impressive strength of the Band of Anglers Hyperlastics. Patrick Sebile challenged anyone to try and break them!
Casting

With plenty of space and rods, there was gear and time for everyone to give the different set ups a try!

Shimano

A lucky winner presenting his ticket to take home a Shimano SpeedMaster Combo.
Shimano Demo

After the grand prize, Roy Leyva picked out more raffle tickets to give away hats, lures, and more from Shimano!

Costa #KickPlastic Clean Up

Along with the surfcasting demos, Costa Sunglasses was supporting their #KickPlastic campaign.

#KickPlastic

Joe Gugino from Costa Sunglasses with a group of #KickPlastic participants who spent some time cleaning the local beaches of any litter and were rewarded Costa hats for their effort!

In an effort to clean-up our local Cape Cod beaches and waterways, Costa encourages fishermen, boaters, and beachgoers to hit the local beaches and gather up as much trash as they can. Everyone who collected a bag of trash picked up from a local beach that morning was entered to win a pair of Costa Sunglasses and was given a hat as well!

Clean up

A group of kids spent some of their morning helping clean up the beaches.

Sporting the new “Let ‘Em Go – Let ‘Em Grow” shirt, Costa’s Joe Gugino was able to get a few casts in.

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