National Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic 2013 | Minneapolis | 3 Day | February 15th

Pheasant Fest is a significant, national sport and outdoor exposition hosted by PHEASANTS forever® and QUAIL forever®. Pheasant Fest is also America’s principal indoor show for wingshooting, upland hunting, sport dogs, and conservation.

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2013 Site | Minneapolis Convention Center
Based on travel, Minneapolis Convention Center is publicized as a neutral site for national meetings. Numerous sets of double doors allow wide strollers and other wheeled seats access to the show. Remarkably spacious, secure, modern and clean, Minneapolis Convention Center has internet access, superb food and inspiring drinks. Downtown Minneapolis is a winter meeting utopia thanks to a large network of enclosed, interconnecting skyways or skywalks. Originating in Minnesota, PHEASANTS forever’s main office is in the Twin Cities, Minneapolis-St. Paul.

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PHEASANTS forever® and QUAIL forever®, both highly rated conservation charities, are celebrating a 30th Anniversary at this year’s national gathering at the Minneapolis Convention Center

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For complete details visit
National Pheasant Fest 2013 Website

2013 Pheasant Fest

Dog Parade | Emcee Ron Schara 
Show and represent your sport dog breed.

The Gun Counter
Wingshooting experts Patrick Flanigan and Tom Fiumarello.

Cooking Lineup
Wild game chefs Georgia Pellegrini, Hank Shaw, Lenny McNab

Youth Village
For children and families

Landowner Habitat Help Desk
One-on-one consultations with biologists

Guest Government Officials
Dan Ashe, USFWS Director


Ricky Anderson said...

Sounds like fun! I wish I could go.

The Reverend Fowl ™ said...

Ricky, I'm planning in-person reporting, what do you want to see? New 2013 guns? Ammo? Quail stuff?

Peter Patenaude said...

I would like to see the guns and dogs. Looks like a fun time!

The Reverend Fowl ™ said...

Peter, You want info on a particular breed or breed club? I will show the new guns for sure.

Peter Patenaude said...

I would like to see if there is a breed there that is well rounded and not too easily "excited."

The Reverend Fowl ™ said...

Okay Pete. I have to write this stuff down because I'm 45 this year.

Joseph Hord said...

Never have been pheasant hunting, but it is on my list of things to do someday. It looks like the show will be interesting, I'm looking forward to seeing your reports.

The Reverend Fowl ™ said...

Thanks Joseph. I think you have to shoot up to PA from NC for pheasants. Dakotas are the best. Personally, I would settle for the nearest hunt, regardless of the format, it would still be a sporting opportunity. Life is brief