ST.  CLOUD - Incredible ice houses, spectacular campers, and a trout pond that you can fish are just a few of the attractions at the 29th annual Sportsmen's show. The event is at the River's Edge Convention Center, and runs through Sunday.

On top of ice houses and campers, convention goers can check out hunting and fishing seminars and a few animals from Fur-Ever Wild. Terry Petter is the founder of Fur-Ever Wild.  She says she brings the animals to help teach everyone.

"We bring the animals to educate people and it gives us the chance to work with people one on one"

One of the more interactive parts of the convention is the trout pond. For a small fee you can fish for - and keep - some trout. Petter says a lot of those trout find their way into the stomach of a few of her animals. Most notably, Petter says they have even had to cut the cougar off after eating 20 trout in a single day.

Fur-Ever Wild was the main attraction at the convention center but there is plenty of fun for the whole family.