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Twenty4Seven Cast Net Camp

Beginner Cast Netting

Teach yourself how a cast net works, the importance of having one in your arsenal, and of course how to open it up like a pancake every time 🥞.

Are you interested in learning how to throw a cast net?

Every well-seasoned fisherman knows the importance of getting fresh, live bait in the morning before your day of fishing. We have received many questions about how to throw a cast net so we decided to present you with the opportunity to learn for yourself. The goal of these camps is to teach anglers how the cast net works, explain the importance of having one in your arsenal, and of course how to open it up like a pancake every time 🥞.

In this class, you will learn:

  • How a cast net works
  • How to properly take care of a cast net
  • The importance of having a cast net in your arsenal
  • Multiple methods for throwing a cast net


Black Hall Westbrook
372 Boston Post Rd
Westbrook, CT 06498

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  • With Included Cast Net: $225
  • Bring Your Own Cast Net: $75




860-434-9680 ext 2

Meet The Instructor

Captain Sam Fekete

Captain Sam Fekete

Fishing is my passion, and I want to share that passion with you. The experience of a great day at sea is something that lasts forever. I started Twenty4Seven Guide Service at 20 years old to share my passion with you. I love fishing and I love people, so getting into guiding was a natural choice for me. I enjoy fishing with everyone, young and old; everyone has a little salt in their blood!! I have been fishing for as long as I can remember, and never taking a single day for granted. I am fortunate to have fished with, and have been mentored by, some truly great fisherman who taught me along the way. I am always eager to learn new ways and tactics to catch more and bigger fish and I am passionate about continuing to learn more about the fish I love. I hope after a day out on the water with me, that you too get an opportunity to experience some amazing fishing, and create memories that last a lifetime. 

 I base my operation out of Old Saybrook , CT and the Connecticut River. My boat is mobile, and my first order of business is finding the best bite for you. I prefer to spend less time running and more time fishing, and I will always try to find the most flexible balance between your convenience and the best fishing experience I can offer you. I am available for group or corporate charters of up to 3-4 anglers depending on the trip. I fish the waters of LI and RI sound between the months April-November. Let me know your goals and expectations, I will take care of the rest.

I have been chasing Striped Bass my entire life, and have mastered the use of live bait to catch giant Striped Bass. The Striper is a fish I love, and I support the mission of catch and release to perpetuate the viability of the fishery.  I work with a tagging program to enhance data that support fish stocks. I fish for Stripers wherever and whenever the fishing is good, with my main goal of finding my clients the best opportunity for success.

I also love the convenience and enjoyment of ground fishing for Black Sea Bass, Fluke, and Porgies. After the Striper season slows, I focus my time on covering water in search of the best bite. Over the years I have learned the spots and tides, and the importance of being in the right place at the right time.

In the fall, I get to shift gears and spend time chasing two of my favorite species, Bonito and False Albacore. If you have never had the good fortune of chasing “Hard tails” this is something you do not want to miss. I focus on using the lightest spinning tackle to maximize your experience chasing these amazing fish. The bites and fights are epic and something you will not soon forget.