Attendees can book a hunting trip or buy different kinds of hunting merchandise this weekend.
“You can do all of the above and live out your little wildlife fantasy in one place. If your kids live in the city or outdoors, please bring your kids. This is what it’s all about. Getting them into hunting, getting them into fishing and just supporting conservation and the outdoors,” said Ashlee Ellis Smith, CEO of the Mississippi Wildlife Federation.
The event will be July 30 through August 1 at the Refuge Conference Center in Flowood.