Inshore Fishing 101

Everything you need to successfully navigate the marsh and catch more fish!

Do you love to fish? I do, too.


Hi, my name is Captain Devin, and I want to teach you how to succeed in the marshes of Louisiana.


I grew up fishing in the Biloxi marsh under the watchful eye of my father. I eventually became a fishing guide and today I run the Louisiana Fishing Blog. But, I notice that people don't always catch as well as they could.

Anglers spends hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on equipment and tackle that don't help them catch fish. Often I'd see anglers come back to the marina with little to show, if anything at all.

That's why I created Inshore Fishing 101.

Inshore Fishing 101 is a course that I created to help you go from zero to hero in the marsh. It has everything you need to build a solid foundation in inshore fishing.

Inshore Fishing 101 is more than an online course, it is a complete classroom. It features instructor support to answer your questions. The course is self-paced and there is no timeline, so you can take as long as you need to.

But there's more! When you purchase Inshore Fishing 101 you are receiving a lifetime subscription. Whenever old content is updated and new content is added, you will get that at no additional cost to you.

Of course, there is a 30-day money-back guarantee. If you are not 100% satisfied you can have your money back.

Anglers spend their hard-earned money on fishing tackle and equipment, but rarely do they invest in fishing knowledge. After all, it is knowledge that wins at the end of the day!

Inshore Fishing 101 will help you save time and money by showing you what you need and don't need.

So what are you waiting for? Get enrolled today!

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Class Curriculum


  Two Fish that will give you everything you need
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  The Gear you Need to Succeed
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  Boat Gear
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  Where dey at doe? How to find specks and reds.
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  What to do if you don't catch fish
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  The Ultimate Key to Angling Success
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  Congrats! You're done!
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  Additional Support
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Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! Please email Captain Devin at devin@lafishblog.com and we will make the necessary effort to make you very happy with your purchase! If you are still unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
What do I get when I purchase the course?
You will gain expert knowledge and hard skills that normally take anglers years of fishing to acquire. You also receive a lifetime subscription (yay!) and instructor support (yay again!).
Can I access the course on my phone?
Absolutely. Inshore Fishing 101 is available for smart phone, laptops, desktop computers and tablets.
What if I don't live in Louisiana?
Inshore Fishing 101 is all about the solid foundation of inshore fishing. The lessons we teach about the tide, moving water, boat positioning, what tackle to use, how to navigate, etc. are applicable where ever inshore species swim.
What if I don't understand something?
There is a comments section built into each section. You can ask a question and have an instructor answer it for you.

Get started now!



Your Instructor


Captain Devin
Captain Devin

Devin Denman is a Marine veteran of the Iraq War and a hardcore inshore angler.

He grew up fishing the marshes of St. Bernard Parish, where he later operated his guide service.

Today, he is the owner of the Louisiana Fishing Blog, a resource for inshore anglers in Louisiana that helps them Fish Smarter.