During the Fargo Ice Fishing Show, which opens Friday, December 10 and runs through Sunday, December 12, all of the show’s seminars will be available virtually on Facebook Live, in addition to being in person at Scheels Arena in Fargo.
According to Mike Olson, host of the show and host of “Fish Addictions TV,” the list of seminars includes roundtables every three days, starting with an industry roundtable at 6 p.m. on Friday, a roundtable with a guide at 4 p.m. on Saturday and a roundtable discussion on Lake Winnipeg. Fishing panel at 2 p.m. Sunday, featuring Lake Winnipeg guides and local anglers accustomed to fishing the Big Lake.
âWe all know we can get back to Lake Winnipeg now after a year-long hiatus, and a lot of people want to go,â Olson said. The roundtables will follow a question-and-answer format, and people will be able to ask questions both on the show and while watching it virtually.
Other seminars offered are “Deep Dive into Jigs and Plastics” at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, “Understanding Lake Sakakawea” at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, “Winter Walleyes” at noon on Saturday, “Live Imaging Sonar: Rigging and Using on the Ice âat 2:00 am Saturday,â Understanding the Devils Lake System âat 6:00 pm Saturday,â Two Jason Talkin ‘Bluegills to Burbot âat 10 am Sunday andâ Fort Peck Ice Fishing âat noon Sunday. An Ice Castle fish house giveaway is scheduled for 3pm Sunday.
Bro’s virtual roadshow
Additionally, Northern Minnesota Fishing Guide and Product spokesperson Brian âBrosâ Brosdahl offers his weekly âBro Road Showâ Virtual Fishing Seminar Series at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday on the Brian Brosdahl Promotions Facebook page. / Bro’s Guide Service.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Brosdahl traveled through the Ice Belt to promote ice fishing and his sponsor’s products. He has since reduced his public appearances, although he attends the St. Paul Ice Fishing and Winter Sports Show this weekend and has attended events in Blaine, Minnesota, and Sioux before. Falls, South Dakota.
The second episode of the six-week “Bro Road Show” series aired on Tuesday night, November 30. The broadcasts will continue until December 28.
âI know there are people who want to see me who don’t feel too comfortable going out (because of COVID), and I want to bring them my show where they could enjoy it and talk about topics and topics on ice and get people thinking about ice, take them outside, âBrosdahl said.
Bro also brings a variety of guests to the show, adding that Tuesday night seemed like a good time to host the virtual events as it doesn’t interfere with Sunday football or weekend fishing plans.
Bemidji-based Northland Tackle’s Sam Larsen is the co-host of the Weekly Live Events.
âMy goal is to do what I did when I was on the road and talk to people as if they were there with me and do what I can to help them,â said Brosdahl.