Items of Interest at the Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic:
R.J. and Jay Paul Molinere from the History Channel reality show “Swamp People” will be at the 2013 Classic signing autographs. The series follows several southeast Louisiana alligator hunters during the month-long season. (Sat & Sun only)
Bwana Jim’s Wildlife Show
Bwana Jim specializes in reptiles such as snakes, alligators, and turtles, and other animals such as armadillos, wallabies and exotic birds. He has a rare gift for handling animals and shares his knowledge in an incredibly fun and entertaining way.
Muzzy 200 Club Monster Buck Display
Standing before this buck display you will see over 3,000 inches of whitetail antler mass on just twelve bucks. Four of them are current Archery State Records. But as you look closer, it will hit you…these bucks were all harvested with a bow and arrow!
Muzzy 200 Club Monster Buck Display website
Joel Porter from Crown Creek Kennels
Do you desire to have a well-trained companion at your side hunting or at your feet by the fire? Crown Creek Kennel’s demonstrations are highly education for those who seek to learn more about retriever training.
Come see a 5,500-gallon aquarium stocked with largemouth and striped bass, featuring fishing seminars and casting demonstrations by Keith Johnson.
BASS TUB website
Wood and stone carving by William McKinney
See him use naturally found dead wood and stones to create beautiful art.
2012 Total Outdoorsman Champion – Chad Weatherford
Hailing from right here in Loris, South Carolina is the newly crowned “2012 Total Outdoorsman Challenge” Champion – Chad Weatherford. Chad not only carries the 2012 Championship, but also carries the 2011 Second Place spot and the 2010 Championship. As exciting as it is to win the Championship and be recognized as the nation’s most all-around skilled outdoorsman over 13 other outdoor enthusiasts from across the country, he is most excited that he can represent his hometown of Loris, SC located in Horry County. He said, “It makes you feel good to be able to do something like that. I wish everybody could experience it just one time.”