Monday, February 25, 2008

Iowa Deer Classic

The 10th Iowa Deer Classic, is coming up the end of this week at Hy-Vee Hall Iowa Events Center in downtown Des Moines, on February 29th - March 2nd,2008. It is an event that I have not yet attended and decided that this WOULD be my year. Friday night looks like the time I will capitalize on , "Ladies get in free"... They have some super attractions lined up and some seminars that are meant to enlighten those of us just starting to take trailing the Whitetail more seriously. Two well known names in the field of Whitetail archery hunting, that hail from Mt. Pleasant, in the southeast corner of this state,Lee and Tiffany Lakosky. They will be doing some seminars answering questions for novices and seasoned hunters, who would like to know about the techniques they find most advantageous. There are other folks worth mentioning as well. Another Iowan, who has made his mark in the Olympic Archery arena, Rod White. Then Byron Ferguson known for his longbow skills and Matt Morrett of World Champion Turkey calling fame. All will be adding insight into their specialties - what it takes to achieve the results they have experienced. Not to put words into their mouths, but I see it as "focus, determination, and hard work." The formula to reach goals of any kind. The weather has started off frightful again this week but there is a bright spot shining at the end. Yes, the Iowa Deer Classic exhibitors and some great attractions to help tide us over until the next seasons...which by the way have been tentatively set by the DNR for the 2008-2009 season. The final decision will come in June.

4 comments:

The Hunter's Wife said...

Hopefully you will be able to make it Friday. Let us know how it goes.

CDGardens said...

The Hunter's Wife- Yes, I will try to bring some pictures from the classic if it works out like I hope.

SimplyOutdoors said...

Sounds like a great time. I just saw Byron Furgeson's archery trick shooting program a couple of weeks ago and it is worth the price of admission.

CDGardens said...

simplyoutdoors - I remember your post about the experience you had up your direction. It does sound like these events really have a lot to offer
in the way of information and camaraderie. In other words, Fun!