Tuesday, February 21, 2017

2017 SEWE Sunday Photos - Sporting Round Up

Sketch from The Library exhibit,
 by Peggy Everett
Saltwater author Andy Mill at SEWE
A third sun day with balmy temperatures had folks in the crowds wondering if this is the best weather for a SEWE weekend ever? No word yet on if any record attendance was recorded, but the venues were at capacity on Saturday and Sunday. Of course the Finals of the Dock Dogs competition is a big draw at Brittlebank Park and the duck decoy exhibit is conveniently located across the street at the Marriott hotel. Sunday at SEWE also offers a last chance to visit with an artist from out of town, especially if they were to busy to engage in friendly conversation earlier in the weekend.

To view past blog entries from SEWE Sunday click 20162015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2010 - 2009

To view blog entries from the 2017 35th Anniversary of SEWE click Birds Of Prey - Jeff Corwin - SEWE Gala - Feathers and Flocks

Dock Dogs are always jumping into the water!
Mitzi Allen from Cabin Bluff
35th SEWE and Soiree Logos
Saltwater enthusiasts could learn about fly fishing at SEWE, and celebrity angler Andy Mill made his first SEWE appearance at Marion Square in the Maui Jim booth. Mill is a former Olympic athlete and he is promoting his book A Passion For Tarpon, and was more than glad to sign autographs or make a photo with fans. Sunday at SEWE also gives a chance for everyone to share a fun story from the Saturday night SEWE Soiree which is a longstanding tradition among wildlife revelers.

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