February 5 – 9, 2020
Wednesday: 11am – 8pm
Thursday: 11am – 8pm
Friday: 11am – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm
Box office closes 1 hour prior to show closing.
Portland Expo Center Portland, Oregon
Thousands of spots are available at both of the entrances to the show for a fee. Parking at the Expo Center does fill up fast. We have an overflow lot in case the main Expo Center lots become full, with a free bus to the show entrance. You are encouraged to take the Max Yellow Line to the show. The terminus of this line is the Portland Expo Center.
No matter your schedule or budget—we got you covered. Ticket prices that will work for you and your family.
Avoid the long lines and buy your All-Day Tickets, Kids, and 2-Day Passes online.
$15 / All-Day Ticket Good all day, any day of the show.
$7.50 / Half-Day Ticket
(4:00 pm – Closing) (Wednesday – Saturday only, not available on Sunday. Not combinable with any other discount or promotion)
2 for 1 Military Ticket
($15 / 2 for 1 Military ticket, good all-day, every day, valid with proof of any military or veteran ID – active, retired, reserve) Not combinable with any other discount or promotion.
$24 / 2-Day Pass ($12.00 per ticket, good any two days of the show) Not combinable with any other discount or promotion.
$5 / Juniors (6-16) Good all day, any day of the show.
$2.50 / Half-Day Junior Ticket
(6 – 16) (4:00 pm – Closing) (Wednesday – Saturday only, not available on Sunday. Not combinable with any other discount or promotion)
Free to children 5 and under
$2 DISCOUNT COUPON
Click on the green button below and fill out the form to receive your $2 off discount coupon. The coupon is only valid Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of the show. Your coupon will be emailed to you and can be printed or shown on your smartphone at the box office.
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A HUGE Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show “thank you” to everyone that attended this year’s show. It was by all accounts a roaring success with several new features and lots of fun to be had over 350,000 square feet display space. From Leupold’s “Hang Out For Conservation” and Industrial Tire Service’s new BB gun range to the iconic Baxter’s Auto Parts Kid’s Trout Pond, Head and Horns Competition and Bi-Mart/Berkley Walleye Alley, 2019 was one for the books.
The new cooking area was well-received…we’ll be building on that for 2020. The Backcountry Hunting Pavilion featuring the guys from Born & Raised Outdoors and HUSH drew crowds and they were wonderful taking as much time as needed with the folks that follow and support them in their outdoor and hunting endeavors. Great guys!
There were some unexpected surprises like the crew that showed up from Tre Fin and the hit TV show “Battlefish”. They were in the Englund Marine bait rigging booth and in the Englund Marine booth the entire show. Brett Stoffel kept the attention of crowds in the Toyota booth with his survival seminars while show-goers stood in line at the Toyota booth to participate in the popular “Fistful of Corkies” promotion that resulted in hundreds of winners.
And literally millions of dollars of sale-priced gear left the show in the bags and arms of happy show-goers who landed monster deals on all-kinds of hunting, fishing, boating and outdoor equipment and supplies.
Plans are underway to do more of the same in 2020 only bigger! Stay in touch with show updates, fishing and hunting news, current opportunities and great giveaways — just “like” our Facebook page. Expect to see new features, people, companies and products at the largest sportsmen’s show west of the Mississippi…the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show presented by Leupold! See you then!
2019 SHOW HIGHLIGHTS
Check out these highlights — there’s a lot to get excited about in attending this year’s show. Be sure to check out the Reasons To Attend under “Attractions” for more highlights. Of course, nothing beats just going and seeing it all firsthand. See you at the show!
Walleye Alley. Walleye have become another serious option for anglers around the region. With more and more jumping on the ‘Eye bandwagon we thought it was high-time to celebrate these wonderful and delicious fish that have taken the northwest by storm. Bi-Mart’s Walleye Alley is supported by several prominent tackle and gear manufacturers including Berkley, Abu Garcia and Yakima Bait. It’s not really an “alley” but it’s a collection of exhibits, exhibitors and seminars all geared to walleye. There’s even a huge live walleye tank with local walleye as residents. Seminars are planned along with lots of tackle, rods and more to buy to get equipped. Don’t miss celebrity fisherman and the host of Fishing 411, Mark Romanack who will be giving seminars at the show Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mark’s not the only fishing celeb for this year’s Walleye Alley, tournament walleye pro Johnnie Candle will be delivering seminars every day of the show. Johnnie’s made the trip from North Dakota to join us and share his more than 25 years of tournament experience and expertise in catching walleye.
Garmin Tech Center. If you have a GPS or fishfinder you’d like to get dialed-in this is the place to be. Of course, the emphasis will be on Garmin gear but the information applies to most, if not all other brands. These educational opportunities are rare and the sportsmen’s show is where you’ll find them. And like all Sportsmen’s Show features, it’s free with your admission into the show.
Take the Leupold challenge. Attendees are encouraged to take part in Leupold’s “Hang Out For Conservation”. Leupold, the presenting sponsor of the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show, is hosting a unique challenge that will benefit the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF). If you’re good at “hanging-out” this one’s for you. For $5 (donated to RMEF), you’re entered to hang from a pull-up bar. The longer you hang there the bigger the prize. If your hanging ability takes you past 2 minutes you’ll be entered to win a grand prize that is quite grand…a Leupold VX3i Riflescope valued at more than $1,200.
After 4PM special. Last year’s “After 4 ticket” was a huge success and it’s going to be repeated this year…only better! The “After 4PM” special will be a half-price ticket, $7.50 for adults, $2.50 for kids (6-16) Wednesday through Saturday (the show closes at 6PM Sunday). Military gets a 2-for-1 ticket ($15 gets two people into the show), with military I.D. (retired, active or reserve). Regular, before 4 PM ticket pricing, has Adults at $15, Kids (6-16) $5, 5 and younger – free. There’s a two-day pass for $24.
Backcountry Hunting Pavilion. The Backcountry Hunting Pavilion promises to be something special with the hunting teams from Born & Raised Outdoors and HUSH sharing the space along with some of the companies they work with. These guys have exploded onto the hunting scene with their passionate, enthusiastic brand of hunting public lands and living an outdoor lifestyle. How big a sensation are these guys? Well…we’ve dedicated an entire area to them knowing they’ll draw a BIG crowd!
Backyard Barbecue. Want to see what the quintessential backyard barbecue set-up looks like? The Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show cooking area has been totally revamped with a state-of-the-art cooking area complete with gas stoves, grills, smokers and refrigeration along with cameras and large video screens so attendees can see every move and ingredient from the talented cooks that have been assembled. Bethy Rossos and Glen Thornton are back with their prize-winning recipes. Bethy’s salmon patties and chicken fajitas are to die for and Glen’s smokehouse brisket and ribs are otherworldly. New to this year’s line-up are grilling pro’s Richie Herrod, George Stump, Rick Browne and Jill Ramseier, the executive chef at Deschutes Brewery. Between them they’ll be tackling a variety of dishes including: Meatloaf sliders, curried grouse, tequila sweet potatoes, bbq’d ice cream, tri-tip, beer brined rabbit, chicken lollipops, stuffed pork loin and other fun and fascinating dishes all cooked in a backyard barbecue setting.
Plan your vacation. The Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show is the ideal opportunity to plan your 2019 or 2020 adventure. As we like to say, “Great adventures far and near start here.” From close-by guide trips for a variety of fish and wildlife species to more ambitious trips out of state or country, you’ll find hundreds of options to consider at the show!
Bait Rigging Theatre. More than bait, Englund Marine Supply is hosting this seminar series at the show as a masterclass in a variety of local fishing topics including Buoy 10, bottom fishing, downrigger fishing, sturgeon rigging and baits, kokanee trolling, tuna trolling, spring Chinook fishing and of course, bait rigging. Check the seminar schedule for details. This year the crew from the Oppor-Tuna-Ty will be delivering seminars…you may have seen these tuna enthusiasts on the hit Netflix series, Battle Fish.
Take a kid fishing. The Baxter’s Kid’s Trout Pond is legendary. Many a great angler got their start catching their first trout in these waters. Free to kids 12 and under with admission into the show there are literally thousands of trout that will be caught. The bite’s on every day!
Attend some seminars. There are more than 50 seminars a day at the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show. This year marks our biggest and best line-up of speakers covering the full spectrum of topics of interest. Hunting, fishing, pack horse packing, cooking, fly fishing, fly tying, survival skills and more are all tee’d up for this year’s show. Be sure to check out the seminar schedules for topics, times and speakers. Click here to see the full schedule.
Fistful of Corkies. Back by popular demand is Toyota’s Fistful of Corkies promotion. It’s free with your admission into the show. Go to the Toyota booth and they’ll take it from there. Everyone wins! Grab a handful of Yakima Bait Corkies and Spin-N-Glo’s and if one of them has a Toyota logo on it you win one of several different prizes. There’s some really cool stuff we’re giving away! The worst you’ll do is leave with a bunch of fish-catching Corkies and Spin-N-Glo’s.
Gerber Gear. Our friends from Gerber are back and this year they’ll be showing the new saltwater collection of their fishing collection. A new 9-function multi-fork, the Devour, will also be making its debut at the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show. No doubt this intelligent tool will quickly become essential equipment for campers, hikers, boaters, hunters, anglers and outdoors-folk. As always there’s more new items in addition to these and lots of old, tried-and-true favorites to be found at this booth where you can not only look at what’s new but buy it!
Enjoy the Deschutes. Deschutes beer that is! Deschutes is the official craft beer of the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show and we’re thrilled to have them aboard. You’ll find Deschutes being served at several stations throughout the Expo Center.
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. And if you do hunt you’ll be blown away by size of some of the mounts. Also, 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…
Survive! Anyone that’s been lost knows the sinking, fear-filled feeling you have knowing you’re going to spend an unexpected night or nights in the backcountry. Especially if it’s cold or wet your risk increases dramatically and making the right or wrong choices is a matter of life-and-death. Anyone that spends time off the main highways and in the backcountry will benefit from the knowledge gained at Brett Stoffel’s Outdoor Survival classes. This survival seminar series generously sponsored by Toyota, is free with admission to the show. Stoffel, a survival expert with an impressive military and civilian resume, provides the knowledge you’ll need to get out alive. His topics range from “Survival Basics” and “Search and Rescue” to “Cold Weather, Cold Water Survival”, any or all of these classes could be invaluable if you find yourself stuck in the woods.