You don't see this kind of news release every day:
Full Time Professional Trapper, Lesel Reuwsaat,
Coming to Trappers Convention
The U.P. trappers are pleased to announce that Lesel Reuwsaat will be on hand at this year’s Convention and Outdoor Expo to present demo’s on Coyote, Bobcat and Badger trapping. Lesel is a full time professional trapper from Black Hawk S.D. Lesel has been on the F&T Freedom Outdoor TV show and has captured over 400 coyotes in each of the past two seasons. He is a self-taught trapper who also manufactures his own baits and lures. His demos will cover the basics of trapping along with proper bait and lure use and placement.
Along with Reuwsaat, many other legendary outdoorsmen will be giving demos throughout the event. Included are: Les Johnson of Predator Quest, Harry Nestell of F&T, Steve Gappa of Coyotes R Us, Fur Harvesters Auction, Richard Clark of NAFA, Bill and George Porter, and Jeff Dunlap.
“We are pleased to have Lesel and all the other famous trappers and outdoorsman here at the convention. A wealth of knowledge is to be gained by taking in their demos. They have a lot to offer and are willing to help improve everyone’s outdoor skills,” stated Eugene Arduin, longtime member of U.P. Trappers.
The Expo will be held at the U.P. State Fairgrounds in Escanaba, Mich., on July 10-11, 2015. Hours will be: Friday 9:00 a.m. – 8: 00 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (ET). Camping is available on the grounds, and there will be a dinner and dance on Friday evening with music by “Say What”.
There will be many activities for the kids. Hundreds of vendors and tailgaters (trap dealers, hunting, fishing, guns, knives, quilters, crafters etc.) will be there offering convention special prices on their wares. Food and refreshments will be available on the grounds throughout the event. This is a family friendly event and big crowds are expected.
Suggested Caption for Photo: This photo explains why Lesel Reuwsaat needs 10 freezers (and still has to rent a slot at a cold storage facility) while he is out catching fur! Photo courtesy of Lesel Reuwsaat.