2007 Scheels Walleye University

Category: press release

 Jan 25th, 2007 by OutdoorsFIRST 

Modified Jan 25th, 2007 at 12:00 AM

2007 will be another exciting year for the Scheels Walleye Universities. Five separate opportunities in 4 states will allow nearly every walleye enthusiast in the upper Midwest a fair chance at attending a Scheels Walleye University.The Scheels Walleye University is the most comprehensive walleye seminar created. It is an 8 hour day of discussing the fine points of jig fishing, live bait rigging, spinners and crank baits. Boat control, trolling techniques, and marine electronics will also be covered in depth. There will be plenty of time for questions and answers as well. Sharing our knowledge is a big part of professional angling, says Jim Carroll, a five-year veteran on the Professional Walleye Trail and a three time national championship qualifier, and its very rewarding. We travel all over the country to fish for walleye, and we take the techniques that we have learned and teach them in this school. Nothing is more gratifying to us than meeting up with fishermen who have attended Walleye University, and hearing about their successful fishing trips using information learned at one of our schools.Walleye University was first introduced in Bismarck, ND during the spring of 2003. It was such a big hit that the duo has decided to take the show on the road. Since Bismarck, the pros have presented this seminar to hundreds of walleye anglers in six different states. This year the University will visit Bismarck, ND, Billings, MT, Fargo, ND, Mankato, MN and Appleton, WI.There is no other place to learn this much in one day. Candle, a 13 year professional angler, says, The things learned at Walleye University will help you make those tough, on the water decisions and let you enjoy your outings even more. The timing of Walleye University is great. With the mild winter we have had, spring fishing will start sooner than we know it.For more information visit www.scheels.com and click on the Walleye University link. All schools begin at 8:30 am and run till 5:00 pm. Every person in attendance will receive a package that includes a printed version of Walleye University, a $10 gift card from Scheels All Sports and an assortment of fishing tackle. Please pre-register, as seating is limited. The cost of the school is $50. For more information contactJohnnie [email protected]

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