O’Loughlin Trade Shows is well-versed in facing the challenges of COVID 19 in producing large-scale in-person consumer events. Having successfully done so twice in March of 2021, we know better than most how fluid and evolving this situation is. You can trust that we will take all the necessary precautions to assure everyone’s safety. We continue to work with all the applicable health authorities and are assessing this situation continually. Just as we did early in 2021, we fully intend to produce all of our shows. Thank you for your continued support.
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The Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show presented by Leupold returns to the Portland Expo Center, March 24th – 28th, 2021.
The 2021 show promises to be the biggest and best ever with more than 800 fishing, hunting and outdoor recreation-related companies showing and selling newly released products and services. All features and seminars at the Pacific 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.
VIP Show Experience. Some things only happen oncein- a-lifetime and this is likely one of them. The Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show, arguably the most popular sportsmen’s show in the country, won’t have the crowding that’s often experienced unless there’s waist-deep snow. Because of the timed-ticketing we have had to put in place to manage the entry of people into the show, this means you can spend the time you’d like talking and shopping the miles of aisles.
It’s a boat show too! Fishing boats, kayaks, surf and wakeboard boats, drift boats, pleasure boats and more will be at this year’s show. You’ll make your best boat deal here with the biggest and best names in the business all in one place. There are 20 dealers and manufacturers at this year’s show. Boats have been in short supply this year but you’ll find plenty at this year’s show!
Shop the sales. There are literally thousands of items on sale at this year’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 and much, much more! One of the great benefits of this show is all the shopping you can do in one place. Not only will enjoy big savings on all kinds of products, but you can look into everything from storage buildings, recreational properties, guide trips, hunts, taxidermy and many other outdoor and outdoor-support categories and start your planning at the show…all in one place!
Attend some seminars. Some of the top experts in hunting and fishing are aboard and ready to share what they know. Arguably, the best fishing and hunting seminar series of its kind in the country, this year touches on a variety of highly relevant topics with the detail and insight you need to put these expert’s advice into practice. This year’s speakers include: Randy Newberg, Jack Glass, Jody Smith, Bill Perkins, Ty Wyatt, Richy Harrod, Ed Iman, John Aldrich, Rich Bryan, Brian Dalles and several others.
The allure of lures. Angler Innovations, Beau Mac, Brad’s BS Fish Tales, Mack’s Lures, McOmie’s Custom Lures, Poulson Cascade, Pro Troll, Oregon Tackle Company, Rapala and others are there to answer your questions, show you what’s new and make sure you’re getting the most out of the gear you’re using. These are the pro’s pro’s and fishing is their life. Make a point of stopping by their booth to get the scoop on all things fishing and fishing tackle.
Lots of archery! There’s no shortage of archery and archery-related companies at this year’s Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show. From broadheads and bows to apparel and experts, you’ll have several companies to shop and talk to.
Accessorize your boat. Several companies at the show can get you what you need to turn your boat into a complete fishing or hunting machine. Fisherman’s Marine & Outdoor, Englund Marine, Barewest Wakeboard and Fish Towers, Fish On Sports and others are worth a stop and shop.
Hunting accessories. What makes a “sportsmen’s show a sportsmen’s show”? Hunting AND fishing equipment. And this show has lots of both including LOTS of hunting accessories and companies that specialize in hunting and gun accessories of all descriptions.
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! It’s $10 to have your trophy measured and $30 if you want to enter the competition. Special thanks to Leupold, Fort Knox, RMEF, Gerber, Danner, Rage, Muzzy and Ruger, as the sponsors of this popular show feature.
Go to Africa. That’s right Africa! These companies have traveled halfway around the world to meet you. You can book your dream safaris and/or hunts right at the show through several longtime, reliable and productive operations. If you’re shopping, thinking about it or just wondering what a trip like this runs, this is the perfect place to find out and get your plans started or cemented.
Alaska fishing. Are you ready for that much-awaited trip-of-a-lifetime? Some of Alaska’s top fishing destinations and operations make the trip to Portland to talk fishing at the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show. Book a trip for this year or start your planning for 2022. From Trophy trout, salmon and steelhead to halibut and northern pike, some of the world’s best fishing and scenery is waiting to be experienced and this show is a great place to get it started.
Get Hooked up! Some very popular hook manufacturers are at the show and looking forward to meeting you. Gamakatsu, Mustad and Maruto to name a few venerable brands. Get the low down on the best hooks for the application and new ideas on old techniques.
RV’s for sale! Travel trailers have been in short supply but you’ll find plenty here!
Truck Accessories. Looking to upgrade your truck for serious off-road use? If so, you’ll want to stop by All American Truck and SUV Center. And don’t miss Hard Notched Customs with their fully customized front bumpers.
Food. There are over 20 food companies at the show. Jerky, nuts, olive oil, beverages, wild game and sauces are some of the many categories waiting to be purchased. With over 300,000 square feet of display space at the show throwing in a few food companies, especially ones suited to outdoor enthusiasts is always in good taste.
RMEF show trailer. The Great Elk Tour Trailer is coming to Portland thanks to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. This world-class exhibit features some record mounts, merchandise for sale and giveaway items.
Oregon fishing. No matter your skill level, it’s always a nice treat to have someone else do the work for a day. All you have to do is show-up with your license and leave the prep work and driving to someone else. Especially, when that “someone else” happens to be one of the top fishing guides in the region. You can’t miss with these great choices. Steve Leonard, of Steve’s Guided Adventures, Jack and Brandon Glass of Team Hook-Up, Jody Smith or Big Dave Manners are all leading names in Oregon fishing and you’ll enjoy a wonderful day of fishing and fun with any one of them. They’ll all be booking trips at the show. Bring your calendar and plan a day-off for yourself.
Out-of-state hunts. Lots of options at this year’s Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show. Alaska, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Utah and Wyoming are all represented. There may be others too, hunting them down is half the fun!
New Zealand. Arguably one of the most beautiful and productive hunting and fishing destinations on the planet. Interested in going? Be sure to talk to our friends at Kaweka Hunting Adventures (they also provide exceptional fishing adventures too).
What are the optics? Leupold, Osprey, Tract Optics, Maven, Novagrade and Zeiss Sport Optics are all must-stop booths if you’re interested in optics like scopes, spotting scopes and binoculars. They’ll bring your hunting into focus. And if you’re looking to protect your scope from the elements then you’ll want to stop by the Northwest Scope Pro booth and check out their scope covers.
KM Resorts. RVing is bigger-than-ever which has made finding places to stay challenging for some. KM Resorts is a membership option that provides 8, gorgeous private campgrounds to enjoy in Washington State. From coastal properties to mountain and lake settings this is an option that’s well-worth checking out.
North Dakota fishing and hunting. New to this year’s show is Cold Water Outfitters. They are one of the few operations that offers hunts for Tundra Swan, along with other waterfowl and mule deer. They also offer very affordable all-inclusive fishing packages for smallmouth, northern pike and walleye. Book a trip for this year or start your planning for 2022.
Packs. In the market for a pack? Especially if you’re looking for the perfect pack for hunting, this is the place you’ll find it. There’s three great companies (maybe more) that will have packs for sale at the show. Bull Pacs, Nimrod Outdoors and Wilderness Pack Specialties are all here. These folks will help you carry the load…comfortably.
Spirits. Nothing like a sportsmen’s show to showcase new and innovative adult beverages. There’s a few, but just like the spirits, in moderation — we have just enough distillers to keep it interesting and fun.
Land and water surveys. Statewide Land Surveying does both and will have a booth at the show if you have questions or a project in mind. It’s well worth mentioning just in case this is on your to-do list and can check it off at the show along with a few dozen other items!