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Feb. 23: Milwaukee Chapter of Muskies Inc meeting at the Waukesha Elks Club on Springdale Road in Waukesha, 7:30 p.m.. Don Schwartz will talk on “Underwater Muskies – the View from Below.” Open to the public. Non-members are encouraged to attend. Online Info:
Feb. 21, 23 and 28: Riveredge Nature Center, Newburg. Beginner fly-tying classes. Sundays: 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday: 6:30-9:30 p.m. Students must bring their own tools and thread – all other materials will be provided. Cost of the series is $45. Pre-registration is required. Online Info: Contact: 800-287-8098
Feb. 26-28: Milwaukee RV Show, State Fair Park. Online Info:
Feb. 26-28: Madison Fishing Expo, Alliant Energy Center. Brad Karstaedt and Dan will be there. Online Info:
Feb. 27: East Coast Gobblers Chapter NWTF Banquet, Bil-Mar Supper Club, Manitowoc. Details: call Wally at 920-686-1215
Mar. 5: Red Cedar Chapter of Pheasants Forever 20th anniversary banquet, Dunn County Fish and Game. Lots of nice guns and a multitude of other prizes. Banquet and others Online Info: Contact: Jim Lewis 715-688-9101
Mar. 5-7: Southeast Wisconsin Fishing & Hunting Expo, Olympia Resort, Oconomowoc. Online Info:
Mar. 10-14: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show, State Fair Park.
Dan Small will present seminars on decoying, rattling and calling trophy whitetails (Sat. Mar. 13, 1 p.m.) and Spring Turkey Hunting Myths & Methods (Sun., Mar. 14, 1 p.m.). Red Green Look-Alike Contest daily in the Family Adventure Pavilion. Online Info:
Mar. 12-13: Wisconsin Chapter of Safari Club International Hunter’s Expo. Wyndham Milwaukee Airport Hotel. Free and open to the public. Live auction 1:00 p.m. Sat. Seminars 11: a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sat. Online Info: Contact: 262-437-0097
Mar. 12-14: Icebreaker V, Channel Cats/Fremont Event Center, Fremont, WI. Free sports show and seminars featuring:
Daryl Christensen, Steve Worrall, Axl Ehrke, Tony Puccio, Mike Gofron, Chase Parsons and more. Online info: Contact: Joel Kunz, 920-250-0842
Mar. 14-21: The Wild Institute still has space for a few more women on a trip to Baja California. Activities include sea kayaking, deep-sea fishing, gourmet meals, relaxing on a private white-sand beach, hiking the Sonoran desert, whale watching and more. The trip is led by Chris Heeter, a guest on last week’s show. Online Info: Contact: 763-479-3954
Mar. 20: Wild Game Feast, Kenosha Bible Church, 5405 67th St., Kenosha, 2:00-8:00 p.m. Seminars by Dan Small (steelhead fishing & turkey hunting), Jim Tostrud (Lake Geneva, local fishing hotspots), Tracy Breen (big game hunting). Keynote by Tracy Breen: Big Game On a Budget. Dog training, fly-fishing demos, taxidermy display, raffles, silent auction, door prizes. Tickets on sale until Mar. 13: adults – $10, kids 4-11 – $5. Online Info: Contact: Kenosha Bible Church office, 262-652-4507
Mar. 27: 10th Annual Watertown Area Outdoor Expo & Wild Game Feed, Calvary Baptist Church, 792 Milford St., Watertown, WI. 12-7 p.m. Seminars on sausage making, taxidermy, fly tying, turkey & duck calling, trapping, reloading & more. Online Info: Contact: Mary Sielaff, 920-988-4315