The Biggest Names In Deer Hunting Hunting Invade New York
New York – -(OutdoorWire.com)- The biggest names in deer hunting will be assembling for the first time ever at the debut of the highly anticipated Whitetail Summit 2009 and the Ultimate Sportsmen's Experience this September at the 98,000 square foot Adirondack Sports Complex (Dome) in Queensbury, NY.
Among those scheduled to appear and host seminars are the Benoits (Larry, Lanny, Shane, & Lane), R.G. Bernier, Hal Blood, Joe Dinitto, Craig Dougherty, Neil Dougherty, Jim Masset, Alan Probst, Dan Schmidt, and Dick Scorzafava.
“It really is one of the greatest line-ups ever assembled of people who understand all aspects of the white-tailed deer and how to hunt them,” said show promoter Jeff Fraser. “What is even more impressive is that this list isn't complete. We are still waiting to sign contracts with some other huge names in the whitetail world.”
In addition to deer hunting, the three-day show will include seminars by other recognized sportsmen. “By no means is it just a ‘deer hunting' show,” said Fraser. “The ‘Ultimate Sportsmen's Experience' part of it includes bass pros, trout fishermen, fly casters, predator hunters, turkey callers, dog trainers, fly tiers, antique sporting goods appraisers, taxidermists, Boone & Crockett scorers, ice fishermen, goose hunters, trappers-you name it and they will be there,” he said.
“We are not sparing any expense when it comes to the show's seminars and promotion,” said Fraser. “We have literally combed the East to also bring in some of the latest high-tech interactive attractions, wildlife displays, kids activities, and highly acclaimed select exhibitors,” he said. “This is a show unlike any other that has even been in the area before.”
The show will open on Friday, September 11 and run through Sunday, September 13. In addition to seminars, the whitetail experts will assemble on Friday night for a special panel to answer audience questions. On Saturday evening, September 13, all the deer hunting personalities will again regroup in a relaxed setting with ticket-holders for candid conversation and dinner.
For more information contact the Adirondack Sportsmen's Show at (518) 371-6363 ext 101.