Early Spring Bass Fishing Seminars
Saturday - March 23rd, 2019
Snappy's 19th Annual Family Ice Fishing Derby at Lake Mary Ronan
11/23 - 11/25
11/30 - 12/02
12/07 - 12/09
3pm - 7pm
10am - 4pm
12:30pm - 4:30pm
Just had a couple of slots open up. Please call the store or stop in to sign up.
When: Saturday, April 14th, 2018 - 9 am to 3:30 pm.
Time: We will meet at 9 am at Snappy Sport Senter for approximately 2.5 hrs. to cover basics and head to field.
Where: Snappy's, 1400 Hwy 2 East, Kalispell, Montana. Website: www.snappysportsenter.com phone: 406-257-7525.
Who: Mr. Baxter is a forester, wildlife researcher, and land survey technician, with several decades experience getting in and out of the woods safely! Brian has been teaching outdoor education programs for over 16 years.
Description: Be totally prepared for this hiking season by sharpening your mind and brushing up on your navigational skills with an experienced woods professional! We'll spend about 2.5 hours in the classroom setting learning how to properly read topographical maps, determining accurate distances, reading map scales, and setting precise magnetic declination. The second phase will be a field exercise, where we will apply the skills absorbed in the skull session! Please come prepared with proper boots for weather conditions, water, and lunch.
Recommended Materials: Please bring pencils, 360 degree protractor, calculator, ruler (10ths of inch), topographical maps at a 1:24,000 scale, and an orienteering compass with adjustable declination! Snappy's will have the professionals recommended adjustable declination Silva Ranger Compass on sale, and topographical maps as well. Note: Most students who learn the methods taught in this class, will be able to perform the basic navigation skills necessary for an average hike.
Saturday, April 14 from 1-4 PM in Snappy's Courtyard.
Go Fish Open House aimed at providing basic fishing information to beginning anglers, single parents and newcomers to the Flathead. The Open House will feature anglers from the Western Montana and Echo Lake Bassmasters, Flathead Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited, Flathead Chapter of Trout Unlimited and Flathead Wildlife, Inc to answer basic questions on tackle, techniques and locations to fish for bass, pike, perch, kokanee and trout in streams and lakes in the Flathead and best places to take kids fishing.
There will be casting instruction for spinning, bait-casting and fly fishing. Meet informally one-on-one with local experts to pick up information to make you more successful fishing and to learn about fishing clubs in the area. The public is invited and welcome. More information? Call Jim Vashro at (406)270-9914.