Telling Fish Stories on KSAL
Jeff Garretson - Thu 11:42 AM 08/30/2012
This weekend's Outdoor Adventure Hunting & Fishing Fair at Vanderbilt's will give everyone a chance to "Catch A Dream."
Jason Reynolds from the History Channel's show "Mud Cats" and organizer Jeremy Wendlandt of Salina, stopped into the KSAL Morning News on Thursday.
Reynolds tells KSAL News he's getting ready to jump into a 41 foot long aquatic tank and do some bare hand fishing.
"Im going to do some noodling for a catfish," he said.
Reynolds also travels with four Labrador Retrievers that are trained to delight all ages. "It's a great family show - we do long jumps on top of the tub with the high flying retrievers."
The 3-day event is loaded with outdoor sports demonstrations including; archery demonstrations, goose and duck call seminars, paintball shooting and fishing seminars.
Wendlandt says admission is $5 a day and children ages 5 and younger are admitted free.
All proceeds will benefit the Catch A Dream Foundation, a Mississippi based organization that provides hunting, fishing and camping trips to children with terminally ill diseases.
The event will be held in the parking area of Vanderbilt's, 3005 Enterprise on Friday from 2pm to 8pm, Saturday from 10am to 8pm and Sunday from 10am to 5pm.