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December 29, 2014 - April 15, 2015
Monster Fish Sweepstakes

Join us, in store only, to register, for our 9th Annual Monster Fish Sweepatakes! Grand prize: 2015 Nitro Z-6 with 115 hp Optimax and trailer (over $22,000 value). You need not be present to win. No purchase necessary. Please see offical rules at customer service counter or www.basspro.com/monterfish.

March 28, 2015 - April 5, 2015
Easter Event At Bass Pro Shops

Families are invited to celebrate Easter at Bass Pro Shops this spring by enjoying free photos with the Easter Bunny, crafts for the kids, and an old-fashioned Easter egg hunt. This free, family Easter event is hosted at Bass Pro Shops 68 stores across the U.S and Canada from Saturday, March 28 to Sunday, April 5*.

 

 

Families are invited to celebrate Easter at Bass Pro Shops this spring by enjoying free photos with the Easter Bunny, crafts for the kids, and an old-fashioned Easter egg hunt

The Easter Bunny is a favorite holiday symbol for many children, and families are invited to bring the kids to their nearest Bass Pro Shops store to have their FREE 4x6 photo taken with the Easter Bunny during the following days and times:

 

• Saturdays and Sundays, March 28-29 and April 4-5
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Monday-Thursday, March 30 through April 2
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
• Friday, April 3
2 p.m. – 8 p.m

 

Kids ages 2-10 will have a blast searching for eggs during Bass Pro Shops old-fashioned Easter egg hunt.

 

Saturdays and Sundays, March 28-29 and April 4-5
• 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
• Registration begins at 1:30 p.m. at main entrance.
• Hunt starts promptly at 2 p.m.
• Kids that find five eggs can return to registration for candy.

 

Another fun activity includes holiday crafts for the kids, such as:

 

  • Color an Easter basket magnet

Saturday and Sunday, March 28-29
1 p.m. - 4 p.m. (while supplies last/crafts may vary)

 

  • Color a wooden bunny

Friday, April 3
4 p.m. – 7 p.m.

 

  • Color a wooden chick

Saturday and Sunday, April 4-5
1 p.m. – 4 p.m. (while supplies last/crafts may vary)

 

Head to Bass Pro Shops March 28 through April 5 where families can enjoy making special Easter memories. For more information visit http://www.basspro.com/easter/ and click on the local store link for more details.

 

*Easter event not available at Bass Pro Shops Toronto store Friday, April 3 or Sunday, April 5

 

About Bass Pro Shops®
Bass Pro Shops®, which specializes in outdoor fun, operates 90 stores and Tracker Marine Centers across America and Canada that are visited by more than 120 million people every year. Bass Pro Shops stores, many of which feature restaurants, offer hunting, fishing, camping and other outdoor gear while their catalogs and website serve shoppers throughout the world. The company’s Tracker Marine Group® (http://www.trackermarine.com), a leading brand of fishing boats for more than 36 years, manufactures and sells a variety of boats for fishing and cruising. Family fun is on tap at Bass Pro Shops resort Big Cedar Lodge® (http://www.bigcedar.com), voted number six by Travel + Leisure Magazine as World's Best Hotels for Families. For more information, visit http://www.basspro.com. To request a free catalog, call 1-800-BASS PRO. Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/bassproshops.

 

April 9, 2015 - April 16, 2015
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Hunter Education Class

INTERNET COURSE (CONCLUSION CLASS)

Colorado approves four online hunter education courses. Students complete the classroom portion online, and must attend a conclusion class, which includes Colorado Specific Regulations, a Live Fire exercise and Test. One online course is free and the others require a fee in addition to the classroom conclusion course fee. Look at their options and choose which course works best for you.

1.) International Hunter Education Association (IHEA) course (Free)
2.) Hunter-ed.com course ($24.50)
3.) Huntercourse.com course ($24.95)
4.) HunterEdCourse.com ($13.00)

You may complete an Internet Class prior to the first session. If you do so please bring the completion certificate for the instructor. PRINTING THE CERTIFICATE IS WHEN YOU ARE CHARGED THE ADDITIONAL FEE.

For the IHEA (FREE) course print the last quiz only. There is no need to print the other quizzes.

The Colorado Division of Parks & Wildlife recommends that a student be a minimum of “10 years of age” to attend this course.

YOU MUST ATTEND BOTH SESSIONS! During the online registration please complete the “STUDENT CONSENT FORM” and bring it with you.

Please be prepared to pay the $10.00 class fee to the instructor (Cash or Check) at the first session.

Dates and Times of Upcoming Classes:
March 2015

First Session 4/9//15 (Thursday) – 5-9pm – Bass Pro Shops – 7970 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238
Second Session 4/16//15 (Thursday) – “Start” – 5-6pm – Firing Line Range – 20 S Potomac St. Aurora, CO 80012
“End” – 6:30-9pm – Bass Pro Shops – 7970 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238

REGISTER ONLINE: http://www.register-ed.com/programs/colorado
Contact: Terry Jud: terrydebijud@comcast.net, 303-880-4980

April 11, 2015 - April 12, 2015
PBR "Longest Ride" Event & Sweepstakes

Pro Rodeo Association “Longest Ride” Movie Release Event and Sweepstakes

April  11 & 12 Noon -4pm

Kids Costume Contest- Sunday Only 4/12/2015 Judging begins at 2:30, winner will receive a $50 Bass Pro gift Card

Stick Bull Riding, Steer Head Roping, and “Flint The Entertainer” face painting

Free Bull craft, while supplies last

Free Give a ways- PBR cup to first 100 customers in the door each day

Enter for a Chance to win a trip to Brazil with the “Longest Ride Sweepstakes”

April 11, 2015 - April 12, 2015
Trout Weekend Event

Trout Fishing Weekend April 11 & 12 11am-4pm

Free Seminars, Kids Catch and Release Trout pond both days

Saturday- All About Fly Fishing

Live Fly Tying Demos from 11am- 4pm by our Bass Pro, Pro Fly Tyers and well as Umpqua Fly Tyers

Live Demo booth by Butteryfly  Pavillion

11am- Nathan Zelinsky of Tightline Outdoors, "Still Water Tactics for Big Rainbow Trout"

1pm- Terry Wickstrom- of Terry Wickstrom’s Ourdoors ESPN- Introducing kids to Fly Fishing

2pm- Tim Papich of High Plains Drifters- Introduction to Fly Fishing

3pm- Sammy Hoag of Sammy’s Fly Shop- "Fly Fishing Small Streams for Native Trout with Sammy Hoag"

Sunday- Family Trout Fishing

11am- Bernie Keefe- Lake Trout Fishing

1pm- Jim Bodin-Trolling for Trout

2pm- Ray Pickett- Kids Seminar- Thinking Like A fish

3pm- Ray Pickett- Tips for General Trout Fishing

Denver JR. Basmasters will also be on hand for a Brat and Dogs Fundraiser

April 19, 2015
How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map! Fishing – Hunting – Camping

How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map! Fishing – Hunting – Camping

Trained Instructor – Peggy Ellis will teach you how to “return” to your favorite fishing holes, hunting locations and “always” be able to find your way back to your campsite using a GPS

Class includes instruction on Using a Compass and GPS with a Topographic Map. This class focuses on the fundamentals of outdoor navigation with a compass, GPS receiver and a printed topographic map. Students will receive instruction on compass use, map reading, GPS setup, accuracy, coordinate systems, map datums, waypoints, and tracklogs. Receivers and compasses are available for loan if you don't already have one. Students should be prepared for a combination of classroom instruction and outdoor exercises at  nearby locations at Bass Pro Shops Denver.

The emphasis is on using a compass and GPS with a published map for outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and 4-wheeling.

ADVANCED RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED

6-Hour Clinic - $25 per person, Limited to 10 people  

Sunday, April 19, 10a – 4p

Instructor Contact:  Peggy Ellis at 303-464-0606 or pellis1234@msn.com.

May 14, 2015 - May 21, 2015
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Hunters Education Class

INTERNET COURSE (CONCLUSION CLASS)

Colorado approves four online hunter education courses. Students complete the classroom portion online, and must attend a conclusion class, which includes Colorado Specific Regulations, a Live Fire exercise and Test. One online course is free and the others require a fee in addition to the classroom conclusion course fee. Look at their options and choose which course works best for you.

1.) International Hunter Education Association (IHEA) course (Free)
2.) Hunter-ed.com course ($24.50)
3.) Huntercourse.com course ($24.95)
4.) HunterEdCourse.com ($13.00)

You may complete an Internet Class prior to the first session. If you do so please bring the completion certificate for the instructor. PRINTING THE CERTIFICATE IS WHEN YOU ARE CHARGED THE ADDITIONAL FEE.

For the IHEA (FREE) course print the last quiz only. There is no need to print the other quizzes.

The Colorado Division of Parks & Wildlife recommends that a student be a minimum of “10 years of age” to attend this course.

YOU MUST ATTEND BOTH SESSIONS! During the online registration please complete the “STUDENT CONSENT FORM” and bring it with you.

Please be prepared to pay the $10.00 class fee to the instructor (Cash or Check) at the first session.

Dates and Times of Upcoming Classes:
March 2015

First Session 05/14/15 (Thursday) – 5-9pm – Bass Pro Shops – 7970 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238
Second Session 05/21/15 (Thursday) – “Start” – 5-6pm – Firing Line Range – 20 S Potomac St. Aurora, CO 80012
“End” – 6:30-9pm – Bass Pro Shops – 7970 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238

REGISTER ONLINE: http://www.register-ed.com/programs/colorado
Contact: Terry Jud: terrydebijud@comcast.net, 303-880-4980

June 7, 2015
How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map! Fishing – Hunting – Camping

How to Use a GPS with a Topographical Map! Fishing – Hunting – Camping

Trained Instructor Peggy Ellis will teach you how to “return” to your favorite fishing holes, hunting locations and “always” be able to find your way back to your campsite using a GPS!

Class includes instruction on Using a Compass and GPS with a Topographic Map. This class focuses on the fundamentals of outdoor navigation with a compass, GPS receiver and a printed topographic map. Students will receive instruction on compass use, map reading, GPS setup, accuracy, coordinate systems, map datums, waypoints, and tracklogs. Receivers and compasses are available for loan if you don't already have one. Students should be prepared for a combination of classroom instruction and outdoor exercises at nearby locations at Bass Pro Shops – Denver, CO.

The emphasis is on using a compass and GPS with a published map for outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and 4-wheeling.

ADVANCED RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED

6-Hour Clinic - $25 per person                                                      Limited to 10 people   

Instructor Contact:  Peggy Ellis - 303-464-0606, pellis1234@msn.com.

*The class does NOT address loading digital maps into a GPS receiver. Also, it does NOT deal with using GPS for automobile navigation or as an exercise companion. These questions may be answered by Bass Pro Shops Marine Team at the Marine Counter.

 

June 11, 2015 - June 25, 2015
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Hunters Education Class

INTERNET COURSE (CONCLUSION CLASS)

Colorado approves four online hunter education courses. Students complete the classroom portion online, and must attend a conclusion class, which includes Colorado Specific Regulations, a Live Fire exercise and Test. One online course is free and the others require a fee in addition to the classroom conclusion course fee. Look at their options and choose which course works best for you.

1.) International Hunter Education Association (IHEA) course (Free)
2.) Hunter-ed.com course ($24.50)
3.) Huntercourse.com course ($24.95)
4.) HunterEdCourse.com ($13.00)

You may complete an Internet Class prior to the first session. If you do so please bring the completion certificate for the instructor. PRINTING THE CERTIFICATE IS WHEN YOU ARE CHARGED THE ADDITIONAL FEE.

For the IHEA (FREE) course print the last quiz only. There is no need to print the other quizzes.

The Colorado Division of Parks & Wildlife recommends that a student be a minimum of “10 years of age” to attend this course.

YOU MUST ATTEND BOTH SESSIONS! During the online registration please complete the “STUDENT CONSENT FORM” and bring it with you.

Please be prepared to pay the $10.00 class fee to the instructor (Cash or Check) at the first session.

Dates and Times of Upcoming Classes:
March 2015

First Session 6/11/15 (Thursday) – 5-9pm – Bass Pro Shops – 7970 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238
Second Session 6/25/15 (Thursday) – “Start” – 5-6pm – Firing Line Range – 20 S Potomac St. Aurora, CO 80012
“End” – 6:30-9pm – Bass Pro Shops – 7970 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238

REGISTER ONLINE: http://www.register-ed.com/programs/colorado
Contact: Terry Jud: terrydebijud@comcast.net, 303-880-4980

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April 4, 2015
About Boating Safely

About Boating Safely                    April 4,  2015 9am-6pm

Bass Pro along with US Coast Guard Auxiliary is hosting “About Boating Safely” certified course.  If you are interested in an exciting, in-depth boating safety course, please join us.

This beginner boating class will give you the knowledge needed to obtain a boat license or safety certification in many states. Many boat insurance companies will offer discounts on boating insurance to boaters who successfully complete About Boating Safely.

TOPICS INCLUDE

Introduction to Boating – Types of power boats; sailboats; outboards; paddle boats; houseboats; different uses of boats; various power boating engines; jet drives; family boating basics.

Boating Law – Boat registration; boating regulation; hull identification number; required boat safety equipment; operating safely and reporting accidents; protecting the marine environment; Federal boat law; state boating laws; personal watercraft requirements.

Boat Safety Equipment –Personal flotation devices ("life jackets"); fire extinguishers; sound-producing devices; visual-distress signals; dock lines and rope; first aid kit; anchors and anchor lines; other boating safety equipment.

Safe Boating – Bow riding; alcohol and drug abuse; entering, loading, and trimming a boat; fueling portable and permanent tanks; steering with a tiller and a wheel; docking, undocking and mooring; knots; filing a float plan; checking equipment, fuel, weather and tides; using charts; choosing and using an anchor; safe PWC handling; general water safety.

Navigation – The U.S. Aids to Navigation system; types of buoys and beacons; navigation rules (sometimes referred to as right-of-way rules); avoiding collisions; sound signals; PWC "tunnel vision."

Boating Problems – Hypothermia; boating accidents and rescues; man overboard recovery; capsizing; running aground; river hazards; strainers: emergency radio calls; engine problems; equipment failures; carbon monoxide (CO); other boating and PWC problems.

Trailering, Storing and Protecting Your Boat – Types of trailers; trailer brakes, lights, hitches, tires, and bearings; loading, balancing, and towing a trailer; towing (and backing) a trailer; boat launching and retrieving; boat storage and theft protection; launching, retrieving and storing a PWC.

Hunting and Fishing, Water-skiing and River Boating – Carrying hunting gear and weapons in a boat; fishing from a boat; water-skiing safety guidelines and hand signals; water-skiing with a PWC; navigating rivers, and other boating tips.

Class will be held in our Frying Pan Lodge. Class will include a 1 hour lunch break.  Preregistration is required. Please call Promotions office at 720-385-3617 to make your reservation. Cost is $30 per person. Please make checks payable to US Coast Guard Auxiliary the day of the class.

May 2, 2015
About Boating Safley

About Boating Safely                 May 2, 2015 9am-6pm

Bass Pro along with US Coast Guard Auxiliary is hosting “About Boating Safely” certified course.  If you are interested in an exciting, in-depth boating safety course, please join us.

This beginner boating class will give you the knowledge needed to obtain a boat license or safety certification in many states. Many boat insurance companies will offer discounts on boating insurance to boaters who successfully complete About Boating Safely.

TOPICS INCLUDE

Introduction to Boating – Types of power boats; sailboats; outboards; paddle boats; houseboats; different uses of boats; various power boating engines; jet drives; family boating basics.

Boating Law – Boat registration; boating regulation; hull identification number; required boat safety equipment; operating safely and reporting accidents; protecting the marine environment; Federal boat law; state boating laws; personal watercraft requirements.

Boat Safety Equipment –Personal flotation devices ("life jackets"); fire extinguishers; sound-producing devices; visual-distress signals; dock lines and rope; first aid kit; anchors and anchor lines; other boating safety equipment.

Safe Boating – Bow riding; alcohol and drug abuse; entering, loading, and trimming a boat; fueling portable and permanent tanks; steering with a tiller and a wheel; docking, undocking and mooring; knots; filing a float plan; checking equipment, fuel, weather and tides; using charts; choosing and using an anchor; safe PWC handling; general water safety.

Navigation – The U.S. Aids to Navigation system; types of buoys and beacons; navigation rules (sometimes referred to as right-of-way rules); avoiding collisions; sound signals; PWC "tunnel vision."

Boating Problems – Hypothermia; boating accidents and rescues; man overboard recovery; capsizing; running aground; river hazards; strainers: emergency radio calls; engine problems; equipment failures; carbon monoxide (CO); other boating and PWC problems.

Trailering, Storing and Protecting Your Boat – Types of trailers; trailer brakes, lights, hitches, tires, and bearings; loading, balancing, and towing a trailer; towing (and backing) a trailer; boat launching and retrieving; boat storage and theft protection; launching, retrieving and storing a PWC.

Hunting and Fishing, Water-skiing and River Boating – Carrying hunting gear and weapons in a boat; fishing from a boat; water-skiing safety guidelines and hand signals; water-skiing with a PWC; navigating rivers, and other boating tips.

Class will be held in our Frying Pan Lodge. Class will include a 1 hour lunch break.  Preregistration is required. Please call Promotions office at 720-385-3617 to make your reservation. Cost is $30 per person. Please make checks payable to US Coast Guard Auxiliary the day of the class.