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Sportsmen’s Breakfast offers workshops

Keynote speaker Christopher Ewings from Anchorage Alaska will share stories about life in the “Last Frontier.” Submitted Photo

Family event slated for March 2

Emanuel Lutheran’s Men of the Outdoors will host the sixth annual Sportsmen’s Breakfast Saturday, March 2, at Emanuel Lutheran School, 200 E. Quincy St., New London.

The event is open to men, women and children. It features a morning social gathering with hunting and fishing vendors, children’s activities, workshops, breakfast and a keynote speaker.

Program schedule

Doors open at 7:30 a.m. Workshops run at 8 a.m. and 9:45 a.m. with breakfast at 9 a.m.

The breakfast menu includes pancakes, sausage patties, hard-boiled eggs, fresh fruit salad, muffins, coffee, milk and bottled water.

Workshop topics

Four different workshops begin at 8 a.m. and repeat at 9:45 a.m.

Turkey Workshop

Turkey Hunting Part 2 with Wisconsin Turkey Commander Loren Voss.

Voss has hunted turkeys for more than 50 years. He has appeared on outdoor shows and published various articles.

Wolf River Workshop

Fishing the Wolf River with local bait shop owner Johnny Faucher.

Faucher is a 36-year veteran employee at the local bait shop where he has drawn from the experiences of previous owners and many thousands of Wolf River anglers through the years. He will cover seasonal tactics and changing trends for multiple species of fish.

Sporting Clays Workshop

The Fundamentals of Sporting Clays with Steve Redmann. He has been with J&H Game Farm since the 1980’.
In addition to giving lessons, he is responsible for setting all Sporting Clay courses at J&H.

J&H over the years has hosted six State Championships, Zone 5 National Shoots and the first North Central Region Shoot. Redmann has been instrumental in helping other clubs get their start in sporting clays.

Fishing Guide Workshop

Get the most out fishing with Rod Eberly. He is a long-time area-fishing guide who will talk about the benefits of fishing.

Keynote speaker

Keynote speaker Christopher Ewings hails from Anchorage, Alaska.

Ewings is a pastor in Anchorage where he also loves to hunt and fish, hike and bike, camp, climb, ski and snowshoe. He, his wife, and six children are always off on another adventure.

He is h looking forward to coming to the Badger State to share stories about life in the “Last Frontier.”

The program concludes with numerous door prizes for both adults and children.

Ticket information

Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the door. Children 12 and under are free.

Advance tickets are available at Johnny’s Little Shop of Bait and Emanuel Lutheran church office. Or purchase tickets Online at www.emanuelnl.org/moto.

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