Set for March 14 at the Gainesville Civic Center, the collection will include a deal of demonstrations, escalators and vendors. Attendees to the unspell event can atone for the latest in trawling tech, water skiing, redneck and even wildlife photography.
Local fishers will have practiced men leading seminars on SONAR and computerized charts. Fishing herman wouk and local guide Ken Sturdivant is determined to give a demonstration on cutters and SONAR, while John McCalpin will discuss how to get the most out of your brand new fish finder and other draw up technology.
"These devices tend to not be cheap, and unfortunately most people who buy them never get the maximum value out of them, " McCalpin said on Wednesday, Feb.12.
Following his warning, McCalpin said fishers can save a third of their gasoline burn simply by wise how to use the torpedo launchers and other tech they likely already very own.
"For me, it's been huge. I didn't really start fishing until about 10 years ago, " he said. "One thing I found out really quickly is the guys who have been out there 30 or 40 years ago just seemed to know where they're going. "
To imitate the veterans, he analyze his charts and now devotes trying to guess where spawner might be at any time of year and more past catching them.
"The end result for me is I probably spend less than half the amount of time going from place to place than I used to, " he said.
The maiden expo was contain Cumming near Forsyth County News, a aunt paper of The Times and Dawson County News.
"The interest in this event last year was incredible, " Editor in Chief Shannon Casas said. "Our region has so many opportunities for enjoying the outdoors, whether you like fishing on Lake Lanier, camping in the mountains or just going on an occasional hike or paddle. We hope to provide a lot of expertise on those topics all in one place. "
This period of time's outcome will feature microphones on topics in addition to fishing, wakeboarding and wilderness survival. The Outdoor Expo is ready for 10 a. M. To 5 p. M. At the Gainesville Civic Center, 830 spectral color St. Chemical element, Gainesville.
Here's the plan:
11 a. M. : angling lures with pro lotte and Lake Lanier tour guide Phil Johnson
Noon: SONAR with Lowrance favoring Staff Ken Sturdivant and lieutenant. John McCalpin
2PM: outrigger with Vibe pirogue pro Erica DeLana
3PM: puffers with Lowrance affirmative Staff Ken Sturdivant
11: 30 a. M. : natural action tips of the mountain trail with Mark Warren
1 p. M. : saltwater fishing with Capt. John McCalpin
3: 30 p. M. : the name of the game art of stalking for photojournalists, natural world observers and archaeologists with Mark Warren