Land & Wildlife Expo in Nashville is Epicenter of Outdoor Action
August 10, 2011
Do you like hunting? Shooting? Land and deer management? The Land & Wildlife Expo at Opryland Hotel and Convention Center in Nashville, will be the epicenter of what's new in the outdoor world on Aug. 12-14. It's the place to be for hunters, anglers and land managers to learn from the nation's leading experts and try out the newest outdoor products.
If you can't be there, Game & Fish/Sportsman magazine will be live web-reporting from the event at www.gameandfishmag.com/land-wildlife-expo.
Be sure to check the site at 4 p.m. (central), on Friday, Aug. 12. John Geiger of Game & Fish/Sportsman magazines will be live blogging during a seminar about the latest techniques to pattern mature bucks with game cameras. Seminar speaker Dr. Grant Woods is a lifelong hunter and pioneer in Quality Deer Management who has developed many of our modern deer-management practices. Put your cams to use this year to find out where the biggest bucks are.
At the Expo, companies and non-profit groups will be showing off what's new with their products and programs at an indoor and outdoor exhibit area. Remington will have its new VersaMax shotgun on hand at a five-stand area. Dodge Ram Trucks, John Deere and Polaris will offer demo rides of their newest vehicles. Mossy Oak BioLogic and Tecomate have maintained food plots on site to show you the latest growing strategies. National Archery in Schools program will host an archery demonstration, as well as Ducks Unlimited. National Wild Turkey Federation will have a Jakes Experience for kids.
Check www.gameandfishmag.com/land-wildlife-expo for updates and links to seminar times, fees and other activities at the Expo.