If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you should check out the 2016 Washington Sportsmen’s Show.
The 2016 Washington Sportsmen’s Show is being held at the Washington State Fairground in Puyallup, Washington on January 27-31, 2016.
It’s the largest outdoor show in the state of Washington, and the only show of its kind that occurs west of the Cascades. With over 400 exhibitors representing many of the top names in the industry, the show is the perfect time and place to plan your future hunting, fishing, and shooting adventures or gear acquisitions.
Additionally, some of the top conservation and outdoor sports advocacy groups such as the NRA (booth 1052), Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (booth 1123), Pheasants Forever (booth 1165), Ruffed Grouse Society (booth 1162), National Wild Turkey Federation (booth 1144), Ducks Unlimited, and Safari Club International (booth 1026) will be present at the show as well.
The 2016 Washington Sportsmen’s Show will feature over dozens of free seminars on subjects such as fly fishing, elk calling classes, cooking demonstrations, mule packing tips, and much more. You can find the full seminar schedule here.
Though there are lots of other activities and attractions at the show, don’t forget to check out the all the hunting outfitters.
If you’re dreaming about planning that hunting or fishing trip of a lifetime, there will be plenty of outfitters present at the show that can make your dreams of hunting virtually any species all over the world come true.
I’ll be there exhibiting for Big Game Hunting Adventures at booth 451. We’re offering some fantastic show specials for plains game hunting in Africa as well as cape buffalo. We’ve also got some great deals on Washington black bear hunts and for a wide variety of British Columbia hunting trips. If you make it to the show, make sure you stop by and say hello.
The 2016 Washington Sportsmen’s Show hours are:
Wednesday: 12noon – 8pm
Thursday: 12noon – 8pm
Friday: 12noon – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 10am – 4pm
The price of admission is $12 for adults, $5 for kids ages 6-16. Children under the age of 5 are free. You can buy tickets online and learn more about the show here.