Join Bob Wiebelt, president of the Bow Hunting Council of Oklahoma, and myself Friday for a live chat on NewsOk.com about the outdoors and bow hunting in Oklahoma.
The chat begins at 11:30 a.m. and goes until noon at the H&H Shooting Sports Complex in Oklahoma City. Of if you prefer, drop by and see us at the store. We can talk about anything outdoors but will be discussing bow hunting in Oklahoma, and crossbow issue and the activities and role of the Bow Hunting Council, which is the voice for many bow hunters in the state.
Musician Kevin Fowler, most known for the song “Beer, Bait and Ammo”, will be performing Saturday night at the Wormy Dog Saloon in Bricktown.
All proceeds from Fowler’s performance is going to the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Tickets are $20 and can be bought at the door. Fowler is expected to take the stage at 9 p.m.
Fly fishing school
Anglers interested in learning how to fly fish can enroll in the Illinois River Fly Fishing School on Feb. 24 and 25.
The clinic will be based out of Tenkiller State Park and will include hands-on practice on the banks of the Illinois River.
The clinic costs $150. For more information, call Mark Patton at 340-1992.
Bass fishing school
Rose State College’s “Bass Fishing Techniques” adult education classes begin Feb. 7. The first class in the four week course will be taught by former Bassmaster Classic champion Ken Cook.
Rose State prefers participants pre-enroll for the classes by calling 733-7392 but people can pay at the door. Cost is $89 for the four sessions. Classes the following weeks (Feb. 13, 21 and 28) will be taught by Tommy Biffle, Don Iovino and Jeff Kriet.
The classes begin at 7 each night at the Tom Steed Center on the Rose State campus.