Wenatchee Valley Sportsmen Show

Wenatchee Valley Sportsmen Show
February 23-25, 2018

 

Christenson’s Lake Shore Tackle
lakeshoretackle.com
Christenson’s Lake Shore Tackle specializes in Kokanee tackle. We carry a wide variety of squids, dodgers, spinners, and more. We are a leading supplier in Mini Squids, the smallest squid on the market. Our Mini Squids are lighter and smaller which give more action behind our dodgers and put more fish in the boat. Whether your a sporting goods business looking for new products for your shelves or an angler wanting a few new colors for the tackle box we have what you need. Check us out today at www.lakeshoretackle.com or call 435-729-9256 and we will help you out.

 

Going Fishing Guide Service
Booth #308
catchingmorefish.com
I have been fishing PNW rivers for steelhead and salmon for over 50 years. I initiated my guide business in 2001 with primary emphasis on the Mid Columbia. In 2002 I began guiding the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers near Soldotna, AK, and guided there until 2016.   I have been privileged to put on steelhead and salmon seminars at regional eastern WA sportsmen’s shows and frequently called on for information for regional publications like Northwest Sportsman magazine, Fish & Game, etc. My goal has been to educate new and experienced fisherman to new techniques that help catch fish and provide a quality learning experience. -Bruce Hewitt

 

Handy Sharp
Booth #407
handysharp.com
I purchased my first Handy Sharp Sharpener in 2010 at a gun show in Spokane, WA.  I took it home and dulled a couple pocket knives, went back to the show the next day and payed closer attention to how to use the tool.  Then resharpened the knives, better than where I had began.  I became a believer, a Distributor and then in 2013, a Manufacturer’s Representative – Chad Ruseler

 

Mule Deer Foundation
Booth #112
muledeer.org
MDF is a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit group. MDF’s mission is to ensure the conservation of mule deer, black-tailed deer and their habitat. MDF spent more than $6 million in 2012 to support its mission. MDF has spent more than $50 million on its mission since it was founded in 1988. MDF has helped protect or restore more than 1 million acres MDF has 127 local chapters. MDF’s M.U.L.E.Y. program introduces youngsters to conservation and the shooting sports, helping more than 15,000 newcomers pull the trigger each year. MDF supports the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation. MDF believes wildlife is held in the public trust and belongs to all citizens. MDF supports use of special tags and permits to increase funding for conservation with full transparency on how funds are used to benefit wildlife. MDF also supports raffles, lotteries and other ways for our members and all citizens to have reasonable and affordable hunting opportunities while helping to fund wildlife conservation that benefit many species.

 

The Range, LLC
therangellc.com
The range is a full service facility.  We are a retail gun store, a certified gunsmithing workshop and an indoor range with a training department.  Our motto is Educate  Equip  Empower,  Shooters of all ages and interests.  Safety is our number one priority. We offer a state of the art shooting environment with NRA Range Safety Officers on duty, an EPA –OSHA-NIOSH certified lead management air system and a large staff of certified instructors.  We also offer a 3 lane VIP suite and conference room.  Come see us today for all your firearm needs at The Range, Yakima’s only indoor shooting range and retail store.

 

Washington State Parks Boater Safety Education
goboatingwa.com
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission administers the state’s Recreational Boating Safety and Clean Vessel Act programs. These programs provide leadership in boating safety and environmental education. They are federally funded by the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund. The goal of these programs is to reduce accidents and fatalities, increase stewardship of Washington waterways, and keep recreational boating a safe, accessible and enjoyable pastime.

 

Wenatchee Sportsmen’s Association
Booth #103 & #105
wsassoc.org
The Wenatchee Sportsmen’s Association promotes habitat conservation and improvement for fish and wildlife in Chelan, Douglas and Northern Kittitas Counties through; collaboration with local organizations; educating the public and our members on our initiatives and achievements; and improving volunteer opportunities to foster a diverse membership.
WSA offers several youth hunting and fishing opportunities as well as training at our annual North Central Washington Youth Hunting and Fishing Day event. We are part of the coalition that secured 0.82 miles of waterfront along the upper Wenatchee River for public use. All of our efforts and benefits are for the local area.

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