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Ace Sommerfeld, First WI Chapter of Muskies, Inc.

Saturday 3pm
Sunday 1pm

Make Muskies Your Top Priority!

It's never too early to start planning for muskies. If you are looking for ideas on how to get started, need tips to increase your success or you enjoy pictures of big fish be sure to catch Ace Sommerfeld's presentation "Make Muskies Your Top Priority in 2019." You'll get a little bit of everything from getting started with proper equipment, to picking lures that fit your needs. Ace will walk you through a cast from start to finish. The importance of choosing when to fish will also be covered.

Ace is quick to point out how his partners got him started on the right foot 10 years when he decided to make muskies his top priority. Since then he has achieved the status of Master Angler by releasing nearly 350 muskies. He is a regular contributor to MUSKY HUNTER and has been a Field Editor with MUSKIE since 2012. "Successful musky fishing is a long-term commitment," he said. "Bring your questions and comments, I thrive on audience participation."

Wisconsin Sport Show
Jeff Latour, Elk River Kennels

Friday 7pm
Sunday Noon

How to Build Your Gun Dog


A great overview of the steps needed to build a gun dog. The program starts with the puppy stage and takes you through the adult, finished gun dog. Three dogs of different ages will be used to demonstrate each stage of development.

Wisconsin Sport Show
Glenn Vinton, Backwater Custom Tackle

Sunday 11am

Riggin' and Rappin'


Glenn will be sharing tips and techniques to use when live bait rigging or when using jigging rap style baits. Intended to put more fish in your boat!

Wisconsin Sport Show
Lynn Niklasch, Your Fishin' Pal Guide Service

Saturday 2pm

Snap Jigging for Green Bay Walleyes


Lynn will be teaching when and where to catch walleyes on Green Bay using the Snap Jigging technique. Lure selection and proper equipment will also be discussed.

Wisconsin Sport Show
Lee Haasch, Haasch Guide Service

Friday 6pm
Saturday 11am

Lake Michigan Salmon and Trout: Tips for Clear Water Trolling


Lake Michigan's waters can serve up conditions that are less than ideal for salmon and trout fishing. Tips on how to overcome a variety of conditions to put more kings in your cooler!


Wisconsin Sport Show
Mark Harsch and Tory Freed, S&M Tracking, Bloodhound Tracking Services

Sunday 2pm

Training Your Dog for Finding Wounded Game After the Track is Lost

Mark Harsch and his dogs Stella and Mako have been tracking deer for five years and have found 84 deer.

They belong to the United Blood Trackers National organization and reside just north of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. They will track within 100 miles of the Chippewa Valley.

Mark and Tory will be discussing the benefits and effectiveness of using a trained bloodhound to track prey after it has been shot and the trail has been lost to the human hunter.

Wisconsin Sport Show
John Andrews, World Record Holder, The Angler's Choice Guide Service

Saturday Noon

Jumbo Perch and Crappie - A Must See Seminar!


John will be talking about jumbo perch fishing and summertime suspended crappies. John will discuss using the underwater camera to help locate the crappie and jumbo perch and using artificial lures – not just live minnows, will be reviewed. John will illustrate during this seminar that jumbo perch and crappies are easy to catch during all open water periods.

Wisconsin Sport Show
Matt Steffen, Rainydaze Guide Service

Saturday 4pm

Spring Walleye River Techniques


Captain Matt is originally from Mondovi,WI, and is currently a transplant to the International Falls, MN area. He has fished the prestigious Cabela’s National Walleye Tour as a co-angler and a pro for 3 years while traveling all over the country to new bodies of water. He is currently a guide full time on beautiful Rainy Lake, He enjoys spending his days in the boat teaching kids and adults new techniques to take home with them and try on their favorite fisheries.
Matt will present information that introduces different ways to catch walleye in the early spring through the use of plastics, 3-way trolling stick baits, pitching blade baits, and boat control.


Wisconsin Sport Show
Mike Gate, Sunset Cove Resort

Saturday 1pm

Bass Fishing

Mike Gate grew up on Lake of the Woods in Canada and began his Fish Guiding career at the young age of 13.  He's a trained Commercial Float Plane Pilot since 1993.  On his days off or evenings he continues to guide fishermen.  In 2012, Mike and his wife Erin purchased a fishing resort on Lake of the Woods in Nestor Falls, ON Canada.  Mike has been lucky enough to join the Pro-Staff of Outdoor Bound TV with host Kurt Walbeck and you may have also seen his face in a few issues of In-Fisherman Magazine. 


Jake Holsclaw
Jake Holsclaw, WI Department of Natural Resources

Sunday 10am

Boating Safety

Jake is the Recreation Warden for a 9 county area including Eau Claire, Chippewa, Clark, Dunn, Marathon, Pierce, Portage, St Croix, and Wood counties.  Recreation Wardens specialize in recreational safety enforcement, officer training and specialized activities including boat, ATV, snowmobile, hunting incident investigations, and search/rescue efforts. 
Jake will be hosting an interaction seminar which is great for kids as he will have a canoe and life jackets available for demonstrations.  This is a good family seminar before the spring/summer boating season.


Scott Roepke
Scott Roepke, WI Department of Natural Resources

Saturday 5pm

Elk in Wisconsin: Restoring a Native Species


Scott Roepke is a wildlife biologist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Scott is stationed out of Black River Falls and covers Jackson and Clark Counties. Scott’s presentation will cover the history of elk in WI, past and current reintroduction efforts, and current management efforts.

Scott Roepke
Cartrell Cooper, Action Dog Association

Friday 5pm

Action Dog Association Nose Sport Game

Have you ever lost your keys? How about your cellphone, wallet, glasses and TV remote? Right - who hasn't? Want to build a bond with your dog and show off to family or friends? With the Action Dog Association game we can teach your dog to do exactly that. Action Dog is a game where you utilize your dog's natural instinct of scent to find your lost or misplaced items. Action Dog created a specific scent for each item that is taught one at a time.


 
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