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Ray Eye, America’s top wild turkey hunting expert, leads new seminar lineup at OUTDOORAMA

Bowhunter Tom Nelson, Fred and Greg Abbas add sizzle to all-star Hunting Stage sponsored by GreenStone Farm Credit Services

NOVI, MICH — From hunting for deer and wild turkeys to fishing for bass, walleye, trout and salmon, there is something for outdoor enthusiasts of all skill levels to learn at the 38h Annual Outdoorama sport show, February 24 to 27 at Suburban Collection Showplace, 46100 Grand River Avenue in Novi.

"Education is at the core of the conservation message," said Adam Starr, event manager in charge of scheduling what is southeast Michigan's most ambitious lineup of expert speakers. “That’s why we’re excited to have Ray Eye and Tom Nelson, considered by many to be America’s top wild turkey and whitetail bowhunter respectively, in the show for the first time.”

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