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Scheels Hunting Expo
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Date/Time
Friday, August 22nd 2014 - All Day

Location
Scheels

Join us for the 5th Annual SCHEELS Hunting Expo! Bring the whole family to browse the BEST deals of the season, attend FREE seminars by the best pros in the industry, watch the Super Retriever Series Dog Jumping Competition, visit vendor booths and register to win SCHEELS Gift Cards and great prizes!

Sponsors: Federal Premium, Benelli, Nikon, Plano, Real Tree, UA

Features:
Super Retriever Series Dog Jumping Competition: Fun jumps open to the public throughout event. See store for times and details.
Ultimate Shootout: An archery trailer with natural hunting elements to try your hand at shooting a compound bow at 3D targets.
Adam Grimm: 2013 Federal Duck Stamp Contest Winner

Appearances: Barnie Calef, Greg Miller, Big Sean Hammock, Raised Hunting

Seminar Schedule:
Friday
5:30 PM – Arrowseed
Saturday
11:00 AM – Barnie Calef presents “Dynamics of Duck calling”
1:00 PM – Greg Miller presents “Taking Trophy Whitetails”
3:00 PM – Big Sean Hammock

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