MARCH 10 – 13, 2022

Thur – Fri: 12noon – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 10am – 4pm

Show Admission

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Seminar SChedule

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Show Attractions

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Show
Location

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Official Sponsors

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OFFICIAL SHOW SPONSORS
 
Bi-Mart
Danner
Fikes
Fort Knox
Franz
Gerber
Johnsonville
Luepold
Muzzy Broadheads
Rage
Ruger
Selco
 

Admission

Adult

$15

Good all day, any day of the show.

Juniors

$5

(Ages 6 & 16) Good all day, any day of the show.

CHILDREN

FREE

Children 5 & under

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This is an At Will event. Attendees agree to attend at their own risk. The Attendee agrees to indemnify and hold forever harmless CENTRAL OREGON SPORTSMEN’S SHOW, FIRST INTERSTATE BANK CENTER AND DESCHUTES COUNTRY FAIR & EXPO CENTER, it’s advertising or promotion agencies, their agents, officers, employees, affiliates, and assigns for injuries, accidents, misfortunes, or causes of action arising from or in connection with attending this event.

SHOW GUIDE & FLOOR PLAN

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OFFICIAL FACE MASK SPONSOR OF THE SHOW

Fikes is happy to be providing face masks to exhibitors and attendees of the show. They are committed to making the event as safe as possible for everyone. Click here to see how Fikes can help your business.

2021 SHOW HIGHLIGHTS

The Central Oregon Northwest Sportsmen’s Show presented by Leupold returns to the First Interstate Bank Center and Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center, March 11th-14th, 2021.

 

The 2021 show promises to be the biggest and best ever with more than 300 fishing, hunting and outdoor recreation-related companies showing and selling newly released products and services. All features and seminars at the Central Oregon Northwest Sportsmen’s Show are free with admission into the show.

Randy Newberg. Celebrated hunter and public lands and public access advocate, Randy Newberg is joining us this year. We’re thrilled! He’ll be at the show and delivering a daily Q&A session on hunting elk on public lands. This is a special opportunity for local hunters to connect with one of the world’s best. Randy’s skilled, accessible, easy-to-talk-to and helpful.

 

Outdoor Cooking Competition! The first-ever Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show Outdoor Cooking Competition is set for this year’s show.  Top outdoor cooks from across U.S. will be competing in this competition for important points needed to qualify for national and international championships. It’s one day, all-day Sunday with a focus on Dutch Oven cooking. Bread, main course and dessert are the three challenges of this competition. This is a first-ever event and an opportunity to get started with Dutch ovens or hone your already prodigious skills with advice from the best! A Sportsmen’s show never smelled so good!

 

Head & Horns above the rest.  Want to be impressed? Even if you don’t hunt you have to check these bodacious trophies out, they’re well worth seeing.  If you do hunt you’ll be blown away by the size of some of the mounts.  And if you have a set of horns, antlers or a head that you’d like measured and scored this is the place to bring it.  We have folks certified to measure and score your trophy and if it’s a winner the prizes are incredible! As if bagging a record animal wasn’t reward enough… Special thanks to Fort Knox, RMEF, Gerber, Danner, Leupold, Rage, Muzzy and Ruger, as the presenting sponsors of this popular show feature.

 

Kid’s day! Saturday is “Kid’s Day” with a couple kid-friendly features this year.  Stop-by the cooking area anytime during the day to make “Campfire chocolate bananas”…yum!!! Also, Ed Iman will be hosting his “Calling all kids” fishing seminar at 4:30.  Unfortunately, this year, there is no trout pond.  COVID restrictions just wouldn’t allow it.

It’s a boat show too! It’s a show within a show! One of the things that makes these shows so much fun is the diversity of things to see and do. Several boat dealers are coming to town and adding to the long list of things to see and buy. If you’re in the market for a boat, you’ll strike your best deal here.

 

RV’s and trailers! If you’re shopping RV’s this is the place to go! With 6 dealers in the show this is undoubtedly the biggest RV sale to hit Central Oregon in some time. All Seasons RV & Marine, Beaver Coach, Big Country RV, Jumping Jack Trailers, Trailers Unlimited and Western Range Camps are all expected to be at this year’s show.  Shop and compare, side-by-side, it’s a wonderful opportunity to see a lot of different units in one place.

 

Oregon Bow Hunters. The Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show would like to extend a warm welcome to the Oregon Bow Hunters who will be holding their indoor State Indoor Archery Shoot at the show! Dozens of archers will be at the show with their eye trained on the bullseye.

 

Shop the sales. There are lots of items on sale at the Central
Oregon Sportsmen’s Show…deeply discounted sale items. Boats, clothes, tackle, camping and cooking equipment, knives, rods and reels, RV’s, ATV’s, food items, jewelry, art, ammo and much, much more!

 

Attend some seminars. The Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show seminar series has been re-tooled for 2021.  New speakers and topics, in a safe, socially-distanced setting. Every one of them is free with admission into the show. Hunting, fishing, cooking and more are all tee’d up for this year’s show. Check out our seminar schedule for topics and times on the Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show.

 

Attend some seminars. The Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show seminar series has been re-tooled for 2021.  New speakers and topics, in a safe, socially-distanced setting. Every one of them is free with admission into the show. Hunting, fishing, cooking and more are all tee’d up for this year’s show. Check out our seminar schedule for topics and times on the Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show.