Professional walleye fisherman Johnnie Candle, Devils Lake, will be presenting Scheels Walleye University in Minot March 10 at the North Dakota State Fair Center.
"Sharing knowledge is a big part of professional angling, and it's very rewarding," Candle said. "I have travelled nearly coast to coast to fish for walleye, and the techniques that I have learned during those travels are taught in this school."
The eight-hour class deals with the finer points of catching walleyes in rivers, reservoirs and natural lakes along with a review of the latest walleye fishing products on the market. Candle has hosted Walleye University in eight states.
"There is no other place to learn this much about walleye fishing in one day," Candle said.
Seating is limited and pre-registration is requested. The cost of the school is $50. Register at Scheels Customer Service in Minot or by calling 852-1010.