Northern Wisconsin Deer Classic Outdoor Expo

JOHN TARANTO - OUTDOOR LIFE EDITOR

John has been with Outdoor Life since 2000, and currently serves as the brand's Gear Editor. Over the past 13-plus years, he's been fortunate to hunt all over North America, but every spring and fall he returns to the rolling hills of Central New York to hunt turkeys and deer with his family.

Marc Anthony, from central Illinois, has more than 40 years of experience locating and harvesting big-racked whitetails. He’s taken several Pope and Young bucks and five net Boone and Crockett all-time high category whitetails. More than 80 percent of his bow kills have been from the ground. He is a product tester for outdoor manufacturers and has developed/contributed to several product designs. Marc is on the pro staff for Bear Archery Products, Muzzy, Polaris and several other outdoor companies. He is an avid freelance writer and a blogger at Marc Anthony Outdoors.

MARC ANTHONY

As a serious bear hunter and managing editor of Bear Hunting Magazine, Bernie has traveled to many places and learned much about bear hunting across North America. Any conversation with Bernie reveals his well of knowledge about the black bear in North America.

Bernie is an accomplished bowhunter who travels the Midwest each year chasing big game and writing about it for his blog bowhuntingroad.com.

BERNIE BARRINGERBernie is best known as the author of more than 400 magazine articles and 10 books on fishing, hunting and trapping. He has fished and hunted in more than 20 states and several Canadian provinces.

You can hunt any game with a muzzleloader – deer, elk, bear, small game, turkey, waterfowl, upland birds, etc. In his seminar, Charlie will cover rifles, shotguns, smoothbore and handguns, and shooting a muzzleloader safely in the field and at the range.

Charlie hunts only with a muzzleloader – small game, turkey, deer, pheasants – and has done so more than 30 years, mostly with flintlocks. He also shoots trap, skeet and sporting clays with a muzzleloader. He owns in-lines, cap locks, under hammers, flintlocks and black powder hand guns.

Charlie has been a member of the Wisconsin Muzzle Loading Association board of directors many years. He is a member of The Rock River Buckskinners from the Milton area, is the WMLA representative to the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, and a Wisconsin representative for the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association. He serves on the Conservation Congress for Rock County & Big Game Committee and is a certified hunter education instructor.

CHARLIE BROWN

Rockingham Fishing & Hunting Expo

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Rockingham Fishing and Hunting Expo
The First, the Biggest and the Best in NH.
Currently the Largest and Longest Continually Operating Sporting Expo in NH
Jan 11-13, 2008
Fri. 11th: 3 pm - 9 pm
Sat. 12th: 10 am - 6 pm
Sun. 13th: 10 am - 5 pm FREE PARKING!!
Adult Admission Fee: $8.00
Ages15 and under: $3.00
Ages 5 and under: Free
Rockingham Park, Rockingham Park Blvd.,Salem, (Tax FREE) NH - Exit 1 off I93
(Across the street from th

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What fruits and vegetables are best to plant outdoors in the spring in the Northeast?

And for an added bonus, and chance at getting a best answer, you can list some flowers as well!

Spinach, lettuce, radishes and especially peas. All are cool weather crops and will not do well in hot weather.



Fruits are generally perennials and are best planted in the fall. Fruit trees, brambles and blueberries can be planted in spring.



Bulbs--tulip and hyacinth--can be planted in spring. Pansies are very cold resistant. They are usually purchased as a transplant from a nursery or garden center.

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