EAU CLAIRE - For what promises to be the largest sport show in western Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Sport Show is pleased to announce the speakers for the 2013 event. The Wisconsin Sport Show will be held at the Eau Claire Indoor Sports Center on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 15, 16, and 17, 2013. Some of the main speakers and demonstrations include:
Dave Carlson, host of television's Northland Adventures, Dave will speak on the main stage on both Saturday and Sunday and will be signing copies of his new book all weekend.
Riaan and Henk Bosveld, South African Safaris, Making the longest journey to this year's event are the Bosveld brothers from Vaalwater South Africa sharing information on South African hunting trips.
Kurt Walbeck, host of Outdoor Bound TV, Kurt will be telling stories and giving tips on some of his hunting trips from around the world.
Rusty Bogers, Wyoming Fly Fishing, Rusty will be speaking on Wyoming fishing adventures.
Josh Miller, and his dog Easton the National World Shed Hunting Champion will be demonstrating how to train any dog to hunt shed antlers.
Al Heidenbrink, Canadian Moose Hunting, Al will share his tips on planning and participating in Canadian Moose Hunts.
MORE Check the website for many other presentations on fishing, hunting, and dog demonstrations.
Over 120 indoor exhibitor displays and 10,000+ sq ft of boats, RVs, and outdoor equipment. Event hours are 4 to 9 PM on Friday, March 15th, 10 AM to 6 PM on Saturday, March 16th, and 10 AM to 5 PM on Sunday, March 17th. Advanced admission tickets are $6 for adults (ages 11 and older) or $8 at the door. Children 10 and under are free. Advanced tickets are available at Scheels, any Gordy's County Market location, the downtown Leader Telegram offices, or on-line at www.wisportshow.com.
More information on attending this event is available at www.wisportshow.com.
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