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Lorain County Gun Show

Lorain County Gun Show

The Lorain County Gun Show data and specifics can be found at the promoters website. Please always check with the promoter before the show for last minute changes.

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Gun Show Dates
Oct 24th – 25th, 2020
Dec 19th – 20th, 2020
Wellington, Ohio
Show Times
Saturday: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 3:00pm
Admission
General: $5.00; Children 12 & under: Free

Gun Show Information
Always check the promoters website for change in dates, cost or any discounts available. The Lorain County Gun Show will be held in Wellington, OH. This Wellington gun show is held at Lorain County Fairgrounds. Check with promoter, Bill-Mar Promotions, for any gun show changes or coupon available.

Promoter
Bill-Mar Promotions
Contact: George Oates
Phone: (440) 986-5004
Email: gmoates@twc.com
Phone: (440) 320-4660

Location
Lorain County Fairgrounds
23000 Fairgrounds Rd
Wellington, OH 44090
Vendor
100 Tables

Please always check with the promoter before the show for last minute changes.
All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

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Gun ownership is the second amendment to the US Constitution. The fact it is number two identifies just how important it was considered – free speech being number one. If you are a hunter, sport shooter, an outdoors lover, whatever you need to stand up and be counted. Go to enjoy your rights and attend an Ohio gun show. The Lorain County Gun Show like all gun shows require all participants to observe both federal and state gun laws.

We update gun show schedules frequently and add gun shows as new ones are scheduled. We strive to verify all Ohio gun shows and provide information relevant to both potential vendors and participants. When possible, always check the show promoter website for extra information or updates of the gun show we may not yet have on our Ohio gun show websites.

We list gun shows in multiple states. You can check out other gun shows in other states near you. Go to our main page at: https://traderscreek.com/gun-shows/

Belleville Gun Knife Show

Belleville Gun Knife Show

The Belleville Gun Knife Show data and specifics can be found at the promoters website. Please always check with the promoter before the show for last minute changes

Please note that all federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed to avoid having more common sense gun laws shoved down our throats

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Gun Show Dates
Oct 3rd – 4th, 2020

Belleville, Illinois
Show Times
Saturday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 3:00pm

Admission
General: $6.00; Description

Gun Show Information
The Belleville Gun Knife Show will be held in Belleville, IL. This Belleville gun & knife show is held at Belle-Clair Expo Center



Promoter
ECA Hunting and Trade Shows
Contact: Bob Leckrone
Phone: (618) 495-2572
Email: bobleck202@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/ILLINOISECAGUNSHOWS/

Location
Belle-Clair Expo Center
200 S Belt E
Belleville, IL 62220

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Gun ownership is the second amendment to the US Constitution. The fact it is number two identifies just how important it was considered – free speech being number one. If you are a hunter, sport shooter, an outdoors lover, whatever you need to stand up and be counted. Go to enjoy your rights and attend an Illinois gun show. The Belleville Gun Knife Show like all gun shows require all participants to observe both federal and state gun laws.

We update gun show schedules frequently and add gun shows as new ones are scheduled. We strive to verify all Illinois gun shows and provide information relevant to both potential vendors and participants. When possible, always check the show promoter website for extra information or updates of the gun show we may not yet have on our Illinois gun show websites.

We list gun shows in multiple states. You can check out other gun shows in other states near you. Go to our main page at: https://traderscreek.com/gun-shows/

RK Oklahoma City Gun Show

October 3, 2020 October 4, 2020

RK Oklahoma City Gun Show

The RK Oklahoma City Gun Show data and specifics can be found at the promoters website. Please always check with the promoter before the show for last minute changes.

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Gun Show Dates
Oct 3rd – 4th, 2020
Dec 5th – 6th, 2020
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Gun Show Times
Saturday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 4:00pm

Admission
General: $14.00; Children: $5.00

Gun Show Information
Always check the promoters website for change in dates, cost or any discounts available. The RK  Oklahoma City Gun Show will be held in Oklahoma City, OK. This Oklahoma City gun show is held at Oklahoma City State Fairgrounds.

Promoter
R.K. Shows Inc
Phone: (563) 927-8176
Email: rkshows@yousq.net
Website: http://www.rkshows.com

Location
Oklahoma City State Fairgrounds
Modern Living Building
3001 General Pershing Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73107

Vendor
450 Tables

Please always check with the promoter before the show for last minute changes

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Gun ownership is the second amendment to the US Constitution. The fact it is number two identifies just how important it was considered – free speech being number one. If you are a hunter, sport shooter, an outdoors lover, whatever you need to stand up and be counted. Go to enjoy your rights and attend an Oklahoma gun show. The RK Oklahoma City Gun Show like all gun shows require all participants to observe both federal and state gun laws.

We update gun show schedules frequently and add gun shows as new ones are scheduled. We strive to verify all Oklahoma gun shows and provide information relevant to both potential vendors and participants. When possible, always check the show promoter website for extra information or updates of the gun show we may not yet have on our Oklahoma gun show websites.

We list gun shows in multiple states. You can check out other gun shows in other states near you. Go to our main page at: https://traderscreek.com/gun-shows/

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Organizer

R.K. Shows Inc
Phone:
(563) 927-8176
Email:
rkshows@yousq.net
Website:
http://www.rkshows.com
3001 General Pershing Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73107 United States
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Manchester Rod and Gun Club

Manchester Rod and Gun Club

Founded in 1922, Manchester Rod and Gun Club has a mission to maintain and hand down to future generations the splendid heritage of the rod and gun that we have received from the pioneer hunters and fisherman of Vermont.

Facilities include: Indoor Pistol (15 meters)

WHAT THEY DO

  1. Youth Fishing Derby
  2. Southern VT Primitive Biathlon
  3. Centerfire Competitions
  4. Youth and Adult Hunter Safety Training- Rifle and Bow
  5. Clubhouse rentals- Private and Public events
  6. Bass Fishing Tournaments

Range Access
Private Gun Club

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To become a member- all new members must be sponsored by an current member in good standing and be noted on the application. You can find a link to our current application on the Join Us page. That form should be completed and sent in with your check as full payment for membership. We will not cash your check until your membership has been approved.

Location

Manchester Rod and Gun Club
487 Recreation Park Road
Manchester Center, VT 05255

Mailing Address

Manchester Rod and Gun Club
P.O. Box 289
Manchester Center, VT 05255

Phone: (802) 681-0908

Website: https://www.manchesterrodandgunclub.org/

Contact: https://www.manchesterrodandgunclub.org/Contact

Membership: https://www.manchesterrodandgunclub.org/join-us

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Flounder With Tomato Caper Salsa Recipe

Flounder With Tomato Caper Salsa Recipe

Flounder With Tomato Caper Salsa recipe is simple to make. The flounder can be broiled in an oven or grilled over the BBQ. Just keep it simple and for this recipe stay away from breading and frying the fish.

Ingredients:

2 Plum Tomatoes                                 1 shallot chopped
1/3 cup chopped Kalamata olives    ¼ Tsp. of crushed red pepper
3 Tbsp. capers                                      1 Tbsp. olive oil
3 Tbsp. chopped bell pepper             4 flounder fillets
1 Tbsp. of lemon juice

Directions:

Salsa: In a medium bowl add the tomatoes, Kalamata olives, capers, bell pepper, shallot, and crushed red pepper. Drizzle with the olive oil. Mix well, salt and pepper to taste. Set aside – it’s all done

Flounder: Preheat your oven on a low broiler setting. Spray a pan with non-stick spray (Pam) Place flounder fillets on pan and pour the lemon juice over. Salt and pepper very sparingly. Place in broiler – stay with it the flounder will cook fast.
When the fish is white and flakes take it out. Pour the salsa over and…Bon Appetite.

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Lake Whitefish – Coregonus clupeaformis

General: Lake Whitefish, Coregonus clupeaformis, commonly called the Grlake whitefish is a species of freshwater whitefish from North America. lake whitefish is a large silver or gray colored fisheat Lakes Whitefish, are freshwater fish found in northern parts of the United States and much of Canada, inhabiting cold, deep lakes, including all of the Great Lakes. This pale, reclusive member of the Salmon/Trout (salmonidae) family is known for its exceptional flavor and tendency to school, resulting in its huge popularity amongst commercial and sport fisherman. The Lake Whitefish is also considered the most economically valuable species native to the Great Lakes, a mainstay of commercial fishers since this area was settled1.

Description: A member of the Salmon/Trout family, Lake Whitefish can be identified by the signature torpedo shape and adipose fin (a small fin located on the back in front of the tail)2. Lake Whitefish also have two dorsal fins, a blunt nose, and a forked tail. This species is deep-bodied with a relatively small head. Older fish sometimes develop a “fleshy bump at the shoulders”3. Features unique to the Lake Whitefish include a sub-terminal mouth (meaning the snout overhangs the lower lip) that is small and delicate compared to trout and salmon4, and larger scales than other members of the salmonidae family. Adults typically reach lengths of 17” to 22”, but may exceed 30” if conditions allow. Typically, adult Lake Whitefish weigh between 1.5 to 5 lbs. but may reach upwards of 15 lbs5. Historically, Lake Whitefish lived approximately 25 years and grew to over 20 lbs. However, due to changing fishing trends, Lake Whitefish now have diminished life expectancies, and therefore, reach smaller sizes6.

Lake Whitefish are greenish-brown in color, shading to silver on the sides and belly. Fins are often clear or nearly clear7.

Habitat: Lake Whitefish are a reclusive species, schooling in deep, gloomy waters of the Great Lakes. Lake Whitefish may live in depths up to 200’ (seeking these depths when summer temperatures climb,) feeding along lake bottoms and often escaping the reach of sport fisherman.

Location: Lake Whitefish are found in deep, cold waters in northern parts of North America, most notably in the Great Lakes (Superior, Michigan, Huron, Ontario, and Erie.) They school in these well-oxygenated waters and are abundant in many areas, despite their steady popularity amongst commercial fishers.

Diet: Lake Whitefish feed near or on lake bottoms and have limited diets due to the petite size of the mouth. These fish feed on insects and larvae, small fish and fish eggs, freshwater shrimp, mollusks, and other small bottom organisms.

Reproduction: Lake Whitefish spawn during early winter in waters less than 25’ deep. These fish may spawn in the fall if water temperatures drop below 50°F8. Females spread their eggs across reefs or in shallow basins on rock, gravel, or sand beds. Thick winter ice protects spawning areas from being disrupted by winds, increasing spawning success9, allowing the eggs to hatch the following spring. Some eggs will be lost due to predatory species including yellow perch, ciscoes, and other whitefish. Young fish may fall prey to predators including lake trout, northern pike, and walleye. The surviving young grow rapidly, and leave the protective waters for deeper areas by early summer10.

Fishing Facts: Lake Whitefish have always been popular amongst commercial fishers, but only recently have they caught on with sport anglers due to their reclusive, deep-water living habits that require special fishing techniques11.
Lake Whitefish have been a staple of the Great Lakes commercial fishing industry since settlement. Over the last four decades, over two million pounds of Lake Whitefish have been commercially harvested annually in Green Bay and northwestern Lake Michigan alone12. Commercial fishers use trapnets and gillnets to troll deep waters for schools of Lake Whitefish while sport anglers have found success using small hooks (appropriate for this species small mouth) baited with fish eggs13.
This species is known for its mild, sweet, light flavor which lends itself to many preparation styles. Fresh, this fish may be refrigerated and used within two to four days, and frozen, this fish is known for its flavor and nutritional retention14.

This flavorful fish is a high-quality, low cost, nutritional powerhouse, packed with:
More Omega 3 fatty acids than both pink and sockeye salmon
Vitamins A, E, B6, B12, niacin, thiamin, riboflavin, and folate
Minerals, including phosphorus, selenium, potassium, calcium, iron and zinc15

Notes of Interest: The largest recorded Lake Whitefish weighed 42.67 lbs. and was caught from Lake Superior in 191816.

Because of its mild flavor, Lake Whitefish offer an excellent alternative to those who do not like that “fishy flavor” of other species.
The Lake Whitefish is known by several alternative names, including: Sault Whitefish, Gizzard Fish, Attikmaig (Native American,) and Grande Coregone (French)17.

Footnotes
1. http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-10364_18958-45680–,00.html
2. http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/Home/species_a_to_z/SpeciesGuideIndex/lakewhitefish/tabid/6670/Default.aspx
3. http://www.greatlakeswhitefish.com/
4. http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-10364_18958-45680–,00.html
5. http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/Home/species_a_to_z/SpeciesGuideIndex/lakewhitefish/tabid/6670/Default.aspx
6. http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-10364_18958-45680–,00.html
7. http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-10364_18958-45680–,00.html
8. http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/Home/species_a_to_z/SpeciesGuideIndex/lakewhitefish/tabid/6670/Default.aspx
9. http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/Home/species_a_to_z/SpeciesGuideIndex/lakewhitefish/tabid/6670/Default.aspx
10. http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-10364_18958-45680–,00.html
11. http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-10364_18958-45680–,00.html
12. http://www.seagrant.wisc.edu/greatlakesfish/lakewhitefish.html
13. http://www.greatlakeswhitefish.com/
14. http://www.greatlakeswhitefish.com/
15. http://www.greatlakeswhitefish.com/
16. http://www.greatlakeswhitefish.com/
17. http://www.seagrant.wisc.edu/greatlakesfish/lakewhitefish.html

http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-10364_18958-45680–,00.html
http://www.greatlakeswhitefish.com/
http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/Home/species_a_to_z/SpeciesGuideIndex/lakewhitefish/tabid/6670/Default.aspx
http://www.seagrant.wisc.edu/greatlakesfish/lakewhitefish.html