New Fishing Experience at the Eastern Sports Show

New Fishing Experience at the Eastern Sports Show
New Fishing Experience at the Eastern Sports Show

Hank Parker and Babe Winkelmen, two legends of the fishing world, are headlining the NEW Fishing Experience at the 2011 Eastern Sports & Outdoor Show, February 5-13, State Farm Show Complex, Harrisburg.


"The NEW Fishing Experience is designed to promote fishing as well as educate and entertain fishing enthusiasts of all skill levels and ages," said Chris O'Hara, Event Director. "In the world of fishing it doesn't get any bigger than Hank Parker and Babe Winkelman. Their skills, accomplishments and ability to teach others are amazing," says Chris O'Hara, Event Director.

The NEW Fishing Experience has several elements designed to educate and entertain attendees of the Show including:

  • All New Seminar Stage and Demo Pool - Try before you buy any fishing lure or rod!
  • Hank Parker - Feb. 8-10 seminars at the New Seminar Stage and Demo Pool.
  • Babe Winkelman - Feb. 11-13 seminars at the New Seminar Stage and Demo Pool.
  • Expert Trout Fishing Seminars with Frank Nale - Feb. 5,6, 10-13
  • Trout Filleting and Cooking - Learn how to properly handle your fresh catch in the field and turn it into a delicious meal when you get home.
  • Bass Pro Shops Hawg Tank - Daily Seminars with Regional and National Pros and Experts.
  • Kids Casting Contest - Capital City Bassmasters Casting Contest each weekend plus daily casting demos.
  • Kids Trout Pond
  • Fishing Simulator

For more information on the complete schedule of seminar speakers, contests and family entertainment offered at the 2011 Eastern Sports & Outdoors Show, log onto www.easternsportshow.com.


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