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Outdoor show primed for two-day run

Posted: Friday, Mar 17th, 2017

Terri Lawrenz and Todd Magnuson, of Nature Adventures and Brad Jensen (second photo) are part of the lineup at this year’s Performance Radio Outdoor Show at Huron Arena this Saturday and Sunday. PHOTOS CONTRIBUTED

HURON – With spring’s arrival just a few days away, it’s once again time to starting thinking about spending leisurely hours in the South Dakota outdoors.

This weekend’s annual Performance Radio Outdoor Show at the Huron Arena is sure to put winter-weary folks in the right mood to explore all the possibilities.

Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free.

Two of the highlights of the show this year will feature a well-known South Dakota fishing guide and educator and the hosts of an Emmy-nominated television series.

Brad Jensen of Watertown will present a program on how to find and catch fish, beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday in the west lobby of the Arena.

Anglers who want to fish with Jensen can pick the lake of their choice or he will choose one based on his knowledge of the area and his network of bait shops and fellow fishermen.

He teaches different methods, such as casting for shallow water walleyes, slip bobber techniques, planer boards, snap jigging, pulling plugs for perch and more, according to his website.

Terri Lawrenz and Todd Magnuson are the hosts of the Nature Adventures Reptile Show.

They will have presentations at 3 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday in the west lobby of the Arena. There will be a new show each day.

The Nature Adventures TV series offers in-person appearances, educational video modules in cooperation with South Dakota Public Broadcasting and miscellaneous educational resources, according to the website.

It is independently produced, with a premise of emphasizing the joys of the outdoor world in a fun and light-hearted manner and in an effort to bring youth back in touch with nature.

Beadle County Sportsmans’ Club will have a brat feed both days at noon in the east lobby of the Arena. There will be a free-will offering, with proceeds to be used to help send kids to camp.

On the Arena floor will be displays of the latest in boats, all-terrain vehicles, golf carts, mowers, fishing tackle and hunting gear.

Vendors will include Doug’s Anchor & Marine, Weiland Marine, Aberdeen Sports & Rec, Porter’s Toys for Big Boys, AA Motorsports, Prostrollo Motors, Black Tie Transportation, Oakley Repair, Gene’s Ag Service, River City Tackle, Dakotaland Federal Credit Union, Nature Adventures and Pro Clean Plus.

Also, Short Pines Hunting, Dakota Signature Meats, Patriot Craftsman, Mollet Memorials, Beadle County Sportsmans Club, The Window Shop, Adams Lawncare & Landscaping, Beadle County Relay for Life and Mike’s Maps.

For the complete article see the 03-16-2017 issue.

Click here to purchase an electronic version of the 03-16-2017 paper.

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