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San Francisco rod-building class filling up
Popular and useful fishing hobby has grown across the U.S.

OVIEDO, Fla., -- A popular fishing rod-building class, coming to San Francisco, Nov. 8-9, has only a few seats left.

The classes held across the nation, are offered by Mud Hole Rod Building & Tackle Crafting Corp.

Mud Hole’s Todd Vivian, a veteran instructor of the five-year old program said class sizes expanded in 2014 with more cities, opened to more attendees with bigger classroom settings in bigger hotels’ conference rooms. Most classes quickly sell out.

“We’ve added an extra instructor or two for the same personal attention Mud Hole is noted for,” said Vivian. “The one-and-half day classes begin on Saturdays starting at 9 a.m. till 7 p.m. Sunday classes offer more instruction and the completion of the rod from 9 a.m. till noon.”

Tuition for the class is $149 and includes a kit to build a very versatile 6’6” spinning rod.

“The students come away with a great fishing rod,” said Vivian, “one they can use for a lifetime for multiple species. Plus the experience may develop into a popular hobby.”

For more information and advance registration on the San Francisco class, plus the 2015 national schedule please go to http://www.mudhole.com/Rod-Building-101/ Classes.

Mud Hole Custom Tackle at www.mudhole.com is the world’s largest rod building e-retailer and mail order catalog company, the leader in custom rod building, fly tying and lure building components, plus educator of those popular fishing activities as well. It houses a huge inventory at its expanding headquarters in Oviedo, near Orlando, Fla., providing over 45,000 fishing products to anglers across the U.S. and over 100 countries worldwide.

For more info and a free 244 page catalog contact Mud Hole at 866-790-7637.
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Attached photo caption: Mud Hole instructor Todd Vivian gives hundreds of great tips during a rod building class that will also improve your fishing.