A Big Success last year was the

Pa Outdoor Skills Competition

Sponsored by Cabela’s Hamburg

PRIZES!! PRIZES!! PRIZES!!!

MEN & WOMEN

This year the Extravaganza will be featuring the all new Adult competition sponsored by Cabela’s Hamburg Store. Harold Luther Events Coordinator for Cabela’s has been working with our staff putting together all the details. This competition is for men and women ages 16 and older. It will include mostly outdoor skills of marksmanship and is not going to be physically challenging. This is the perfect competition for the want to learn novice up to the well seasoned senior.

You can bring your own shotgun, bow or fishing rod, but all equipment needed will be supplied at each station as well.

!!!TO COMPETE YOU NEED TO!!!

You will need to pick up a score card at our information booth located inside the main hall. Stations will be marked with banners throughout the show. Hand score card to station manager when starting each station to receive score after you compete. After completing all stations, drop completed score card off at the information booth.

STATION #1

DCNR Forestry Division

“Tree ID and Forestry Knowledge”.

STATION #2

Delaware River Shad Fishing Association

Fishermen’s Casting Challenge

STATION #3

Located in our Novelty Archery Shooting Area

Top Shot Archery Shooting Challenge

STATION #4

Lehigh Valley Ducks Unlimited

Waterfowl IDChallenge

STATION #5

Top Shot Clay Bird Shoot

[YOU MUST COMPLETE ALL OTHER STATIONS FIRST!! THIS STATION HAS TO BE THE LAST ONE YOU COMPETE IN!!]

Located in the back field [Grubbies Mobile Bird Launcher]

Great Prizes from Cabela’s, are waiting for you!!!

 

 

 

Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ Bureau of Forestry will once again be present at the Lehigh Valley Hunting and Fishing Extravaganza providing information and materials to interested attendees. Bureau of Forestry staff will be on hand to answer questions and discuss Penn’s Woods. Topics of discussion can be anything tree related, but often include: forest pests, status of the timber market, improving your forest for wildlife, forest fire prevention, urban forestry, private forest landowner assistance programs, and much more.

 

As a new addition this year, the PA Bureau of Forestry will also be hosting a station for the Scout Outdoors Challenge as well as the .PA Outdoor Skills Competition. The theme of their station and quiz will be, “Tree ID and Forestry Knowledge”.

 

 

Hunting & Fishing Flea Market

If, indeed, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, bring along a few extra bucks to get in on a rich array of used and “experienced” outdoor gear of all sorts in the Outdoorsmen’s Flea Market, to be held Saturday. Last year’s sale of hunting, fishing, camping, trapping, scouting, and military related items sold like crazy, our list of flea market venders is growing daily. Registration cost is $20 per section. Check the show Website at www.lvhfe.com to register.

 

Primitive Encampment 

The Ehrig Settlement with lots to do and see and good things to eat. Touching upon primitive lifestyles, mountaineer cooking, blanket trading and plenty more, the state’s “mountain men” invite all show visitors to stop by. Step back in time with past federation V.P. Charles Sumpter and his cohorts and test your skills on the black powder shooting range or tossing tomahawks and more. This year’s encampment will be up top of the hill central to the show!!

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2017 Scout Challenge Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts

Certain to be a big draw for scouts is the 2017 Scout Challenge, a 10-station competition scattered across the fairgrounds to test youngsters’ talents in BB-gun marksmanship, tomahawk throwing, casting accuracy, knot tying and other events. Courtesy of the show directors, cash prizes of $100, $50 and $25 respectively will go to the first, second and third place finishers in the Scout Challenge... The more scouts shooting, the better the chance for a troop to return home a bit richer. The 2011 event drew boy and girl scouts from three states and 24 troops.

 

 

Military Encampment

Honoring our Military at the show this year

We are very happy to have Captain Quarter Horse of the Delta Troop 1/4 Cav 1st Infantry Div and other friends of the Tri State Fallen Hero’s

 Camping and displaying camps of several different war time periods. These fine groups of living historians are dedicated individuals

 Whose mission is to inform the general public about the life & times and sacrifices, so many veterans have given to our great nation.

Their encampment will include tents, gear, clothing, and weapons used in different conflicts.

Tentative weapons demos’ as well

Historians will be in garb of their time period and able to demonstrate there equipment and answer questions.

The staff of the extravaganza is looking forward to working with then this year and hopefully in the future.

These men were called upon to do a service, and they did it fully aware of the dangers involved. We do this to honor them. We do this to remember them. We do this to carry on their story. We do this so that those who answered the call,

may never ever die.

 

50-target Sporting Clays Shoot.

Next on the shooting agenda is the 10-station, 50-target Sporting Clays Shoot. Clay birds will simulate anything from fast-moving “rabbits” or high-flying “ducks” and everything in between. Choose either 25-bird or 50-bird target stations. Bring your own shotgun or borrow a 12-, 20-, 28- or .410 gauge shotgun supplied by Oley Valley Fish & Game, says shoot director Don Hoffman. A nominal fee will be charged.

 

We are also very happy to announce the 12th annual

 JUNIOR MR. LEHIGH VALLEY OUTDOORSMEN COMPETITON.

Aside from all the great hands on stations that our clubs are operating for all kids and scouts. We will be hand picking 4 stations that all children can participate in. This Event is open to all boys & girls ages 16 and under. Scores will be tallied up after the show. Winners will be announced via. Press release and Prize packs will be mailed to the top 3 scores.

 

With air guns provided by Daisy BB Guns and pellet guns, the Lehigh County Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs will coordinate and instruct kids under age 16 in this fun event. And don’t miss the Turkey Hunt Challenge under the direction of the two local turkey federation chapters listed previously. Kids will shoot marshmallows at turkey decoys set up at several distances. Then there’s the Shad Fishermen’s Casting Challenge and the united bow hunters of PA Junior Bowmen’s Challenge. Score sheets covering most contests and activities will be given to youngsters at the information booth in the main hall.

 

 

WHITE-TAILED DEER ANTLER MEASURING

AND JAWBONE AGING DISPLAY EVENT

Sponsored by:

Greater Lehigh Valley Branch-QUALITY DEER MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Any legally obtained White-tailed Deer Mounted Head or Antlers with the skull plate intact may be submitted for scoring (B & C, P & Y, and S.C.I) and display at the QDMA booth.  Entries may be left for the day, or for the duration of the Show.  Additional chances to win prizes will be available for those entries displayed for more than the day of scoring and also for white-tailed deer lower jawbones brought in for aging.

 

One of the big stars of our show is the KIDS FREE FISHING AREA

 

This part of the event was so much fun last year. There were tons of kids that caught their first fish at the show they were so excited, I know we surely added some new fishermen to our ranks!!!  At this area we have some great adult mentors to help the kids, equipped with nothing more than some good old fashion cane poles with a hook, line & sinker. I think our mentors had as much fun and excitement as the kids did. The Fish for the Kids fishing area are sponsored by our friend Dave Rothrock at ROTHROCK MOTORS & The Storage Centers owned by RAB.MANAGEMENT GROUP. & Limestone Springs Trout Nursery, Visit these great sponsors on our website.

 

 

Weaknecht Bow Fair’s challenging 50-target,

 3-D Course

Bow hunters from miles around will be honing their skills throughout each day in the Weaknecht Bow Fair’s challenging 50-target, 3-D Course set up in woodland, hillside, rolling grass field and raised stations. The shoot will be split into two sections with archers taking aim at targets placed at moderate distances for the “Traditional Shoot” and others at longer, and more difficult distances in the “Modern Archery” division. Both types of gear may be used for novelty shoots and the popular and a challenging running deer event. An $8 fee will be charged per 50-target round along with some extra shooting, upon request. Bring your bow.

 

 

Archery Novelty Shoots all weekend

Run by Jason Lentz

Ping Pong Shoot & the Iron Buck

If you can shoot under pressure you will have to try our new

We will also have the new SIMULATED LIVE TURKEY SHOOT we also have more in the workings to be announced. So bring some of your junk arrows along We might just have some arrow wreckers for you to try!!!!

You can shoot novelty shoots for a nominal fee and win prizes.

 

Used 3-D target auction

Things come to a close Sunday at 5 p.m. with a used 3-D target auction which will yield some true bargains. Sale items will include everything from squirrel to coyote and deer to bear targets used in the Weaknecht Bow Shoot.

          This Auction will be held on the fair grounds by our friends and show sponsor Zettlemoyer Auction Co. of Fogelsville, Pa

 

 

This is by no means a complete list of events and displays; we are presently working with many clubs & organizations planning their involvement. This has also been coming in on a regular basis. To stay up to date with show activities keep your eyes on our web site.  www.lvhfe.com

Show hours are: Saturday, August 26, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; and Sunday, August 27, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Admission is $5 for adults; kids ages 8-12, $1; kids under 8, free and uniformed Scouts and their Leaders free. Parking is also free.

 

For more information on all aspects of the L.V. Hunting and Fishing Extravaganza, log on to the show Website at www.lvhfe.com or call show directors Bob Danenhower, Sr. (610-398-7609) or Rick Weaknecht (610-683-7405).

 

Directions: Take Exit 40 off I-78 at Krumsville. Travel five miles n 737N to town of Kempton. Go through town to fairgrounds.