Join Tim Schnell as he leads you in to the exciting world of modern remote scouting technology. Tim will demonstrate how you can successfully monitor wildlife activity from the comfort of your own home, using your home computer and wireless mobile devices.
Marsha Schearer has spent the past several years guiding and filming around the world with her husband, Chad. This seminar will give beginner to advanced techniques for hunters of all ability levels. Marsha will highlight gear and techniques from a woman’s perspective to help hunters be more successful in the field.
Whether it is hunting whitetails or turkeys in the U.S., or going on an African safari, Marsha and Chad will share a wealth of information to make your next trip successful.
What: The Giant Peacock Bass – The Knowledge & Tactics to Catch the Trophy of a Lifetime
Speaker: Paul Reiss
Where: 2013 SCI Convention, Reno, NV
When: 01/24/2013 – 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
You won’t want to miss this thorough description by Paul Reiss on the biology, ecology and fishing characteristics of this remarkable sport fish. Learn the most effective techniques to catch the world’s most powerful freshwater gamefish.
Paul Reiss is an experienced Amazon guide. A PhD program has built his understanding of fish behavior, while a lifetime of angling has honed his fishing knowledge.
A question and answer session will follow this seminar.
SCI is pleased to welcome Paul Cwiklinski, Western & Central New York Chapter member, as a new seminar speaker at the 2013 SCI Convention in Reno, NV, January 23 through 26, 2013. The subject of his seminar will be “Whitetail Food Plots For Small Acreage.” In this seminar, Paul will discuss food plot growing basics. With 50 years of whitetail hunting under his belt, including 23 years of food plotting, Paul has shown consistent success using only 13 acres of property and a 1-acre food plot. He will show in this step-by-step approach, how to attract, grow and hold whitetail deer and other game to properties as small as 7 acres with food plots as little as 3/4 of an acre in size.
This visually informative seminar will educate the “every day hunter” who, with a little “sweat equity,”can maximize the potential for increased body mass and antler growth with minimal expense for a standing food plot. Learn plot placement, maintenance and record keeping techniques that will give the average hunter valuable information from spring through the rut, and right through the winter months when whitetail nutrition is most critical.