Seminar Series presented by U.S. LawShield
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Byron Ferguson | Trick Shot Archery Show
This energetic performance will leave you wondering how these shots are even possible. Byron uses a traditional bow and his instinctive reactions to pull off shots like hitting a flying target blindfolded. On top of the fan favorites, Byron will also be performing NEW TRICKS this year including shooting with his feet and shooting the flame off a candle! Learn more at www.ByronFerguson.com.
Eddie Salter | Turkey
Eddie Salter began hunting at the age of eight near his home in Evergreen, Alabama. After learning turkey-hunting techniques from his father and grandfather, Salter called-in and harvested his first gobbler at the age of 10. Salter began participating in competitive turkey calling and amassed an impressive list of titles, including seven Southeastern Open Turkey Calling Championships, six Alabama State Championships and two World Open Championships.
Named one of the top-10 sportsmen in the U.S. in 1986 and 1989 and with almost four decades of turkey-hunting experience, Salter is recognized as one of the country’s leading authorities on turkey hunting. He’s appeared on ESPN, TNN, The Outdoor Channel and ABC’s 20/20 TV show and in numerous hunting videos and television commercials for Hunter’s Specialties and has been featured in many outdoor magazine articles and radio interviews.
Chef Jean-Paul Bourgeois | Wild Game Cooking
Chef Jean-Paul Bourgeois’ career in the kitchen began a long time ago boiling crawfish, crabs and shrimp at a local seafood shack in his hometown of Thibodaux, Louisiana. For the past 15 years, Jean-Paul has served as a chef in a number of different restaurants in San Francisco, St. Thomas and New York City.
Today, Jean-Paul works in various forms of food media in New York and around America. His love for cooking food for others is only surpassed by his passion to be an example and teach folks how they too can cook for themselves and bring their family and friends around the dinner table.
Tom Mesnard | Total Land Management
Tom Mesnard has a very unique approach to Hunting Land Management. The TLM system, which he developed, has helped thousands of hunters in 27 states, dating back to 1984. The TLM system is a two-part system consisting of Part A: “The hunting plan” and Part B: “The habitat plan.” The two plans must work hand-in-hand to be successful.
The native of Michigan feels that Habitat “gimmicks” do not help consistently harvest mature bucks. The answer to consistency does not come in a food plot seed bag or a hinge cut tree. Managing hunting property to consistently harvest mature bucks is so much more than Habitat.
Jason Clark | Snakes
Known as The Southeastern Snake Encounter, Jason Clark utilizes venomous and nonvenomous snakes of the Southeastern U.S. Clark is a nationally recognized reptile handler with over 30 years of wildlife experience and is a certified Master Naturalist through the University of Georgia and provides over 500 hours of wildlife education each year just in the state of Georgia alone.
Having been referred to as a natural comedian, Jason’s live snake presentation is like no other. Learn valuable but useful information such as identification, first aid and how to avoid being snake bitten as well as ways to better safeguard your property against venomous snake infestations. Clark takes his audience on a hysterical thrill ride of adventures in past wildlife removal emergencies as well as many of the funny and crazy things that happen at Southeastern Reptile Rescue.
Trophies of Grace
Trophies of Grace will have their world-class Whitetail Display at the Florida Expo, while offering fellowship and testimony. Trophies of Grace has made over 30 antler replicas of some of the largest free range whitetail deer ever known. The initial deer, and the mounts added later, are true trophies with an average score well over 200-inches.
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