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NORTHLAND OUTDOORS SPORTSHOW: Event set for this weekend

From fishing and boating to camping and trophy big game racks, the great outdoors will take center stage Saturday and Sunday during the 2008 Northland Outdoors Sportshow in the Alerus Center.

From fishing and boating to camping and trophy big game racks, the great outdoors will take center stage Saturday and Sunday during the 2008 Northland Outdoors Sportshow in the Alerus Center.

The show's speakers are experts in fishing, bow hunting, dog training, muskie fishing and bass and walleye fishing. And if you've got a big game trophy, you can have it scored at the show, too.

Here's a closer look at what's on tap:

Today

-- 9 a.m.: Doors open.

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-- 11 a.m.: John Staley, "Gun Dog Training."

-- 1 p.m.: Dave Csanda, "Shallow Water Walleyes."

-- 3 p.m.: Curt Wells, "Stalking Big Game with a Bow."

-- 4:15 p.m.: Dave Csanda, "The Many Moods of Smallmouth Bass."

-- 5:15 p.m.: Brad Voll-

rath, "Muskie Fishing on Lake of the Woods."

-- 8 p.m.: Doors close.

Sunday

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-- 10 a.m.: Doors open.

-- 11:30 a.m.: Brad

Vollrath, "Muskie Fishing on Lake of the Woods."

-- 1 p.m.: Dave Csanda, "Shallow Water Walleyes."

-- 2:15 p.m.: Curt Wells, "Stalking Big Game with a Bow."

-- 3:30 p.m.: John Staley, "Gun Dog Training."

-- 5 p.m.: Doors close.

All seminars will be in the Cardinal/Hummingbird Room.

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Minnesota Measurers will be in the Bluebird/Finch Room.

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