FEBRUARY 5 – 9, 2020

Wed – Fri: 11am – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm
Portland Expo Center
Portland, OR

FEBRUARY 5 – 9, 2020

Wed – Fri: 11am – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm
Portland Expo Center
Portland, OR

FEBRUARY 5 – 9, 2020

Wed – Fri: 11am – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm
Portland Expo Center
Portland, OR



The Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show opens February 5th and runs through the 9th at the Portland Expo Center in Portland, Oregon with exclusive new features, personalities, exhibits and outdoor products that will be introduced at Oregon’s largest sportsmen’s show.


This exclusive fundraising event is a first for the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show! Limited to 300 people.  Join Leupold, Browning and RMEF for a night of fun and short hunting movies, Saturday, February 8th at the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show for what should be a very memorable evening featuring celebrated hunter and public access advocate Randy Newberg! Randy will be showing his film, Uncommon Ground.  Randy shares his insights on hunting public lands.  It’s a powerful piece of work, thought provoking and inspiring. Randy’s known far and wide as one of the really good guys in the world of hunting and his grassroots, public lands approach is a refreshing perspective that reaches out to every hunter in a very special way.


Leupold will be introducing some short movies they’ve created along with a new release of, 71 Degrees North.


All of the funds raised go to benefit the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Enjoy a special raffle, beverages, finger food and a very special evening with Randy Newberg and the Leupold Team. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime event and the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show is thrilled to play host for what should an incredible evening of fun. The movies and event will occur in Hall D at the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show.  It will be held on the second floor in the lobby area. You must have a movie ticket to enter the area.



71o North – Three friends venture north to the unforgiving beauty of Greenland for an epic Muskox and Caribou hunt.


Wyoming Bighorns – Jason Phelps takes on the beautiful Bighorn Mountains in Wyoming in search of massive archery elk.


Koenig – As one of the world’s best competitive shooters, Doug Koenig knows what it takes to succeed. But what happens when he sets his sights on Utah Elk?


Uncommon Ground – A story of wild things, wild places, and mostly a story of the land. Randy Newberg ponders what it means to hunt backcountry public land areas.

Two tickets are available for this event:

$50 Ticket

  • All day pass into the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show
  • Parking pass (used for either on-site or off-site parking depending on availability)
  • Provides entry into the movie
  • Five raffle tickets
  • Drink ticket

$25 ticket

  • Provides entry into the movie
  • One raffle ticket

Steve Rinella and several cast members from the hit Netflix show MeatEater will be at the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show on Sunday, February 9th!


They’ll be doing their thing from Noon to 4PM with a variety of wild game including ducks, deer and halibut among other fresh wild game.

MeatEater Sunday

Get there early, we expect a standing room only crowd for this first-ever Portland appearance by this renowned group of popular outdoor cooks.


The fun starts at 10:45 AM at the Backcountry Hunting Pavilion booth in C Hall with a one hour meet-and-greet with Steve and his friends, Ryan Callahan, Danielle Prewett and Sam Lungren. At noon you’ll find them at the Outdoor Cooking Stage on the other side of C Hall creating a variety of dishes. Steve, for example will be working with a whole mallard while Danielle and Sam work their magic with crab and halibut. Ryan will be working with venison. Expect to see some butchering along with some sumptuous preparations. It’s going to be quite a day…good enough and big enough to call it MeatEater Sunday!

Presented by:

Block Targets
Carbon Express
Fort Knox
Muzzy Broadheads

The Head & Horns Competition has been running since 1997 with literally tens of thousands of horns, antlers and heads measured. Morris and his team are certified measurers for the record books.


And the head, horns or antlers you have measured don’t need to be of your doing. Maybe there’s a set of antlers in the attic that’s been gathering dust for decades you inherited from a great great uncle…bring them in!


There’s a fee to have them measured, $10, and another entry fee, $30, if you’d like to enter them in the competition. It’s well worth it! With prizes like rifles, Leupold scopes, Fort Knox Safes, Gerber Gear and Danner boots, there’s plenty of great gear to win.


The Head and Horns feature has been very popular that’s why it’s endured as long as it has. Exhibitors call every year asking if it’s coming back because they harvested an animal they want scored. Of course, we hear from hunters from all over the west interested in having their animals scored.


Be sure to catch our Facebook Live reports from the Head & Horns Competition. We’ll be reporting on the day’s trophies and tracking the progress at every show.


For complete details on the Head & Horns Competition visit or call David directly at 541-530-2749.


With more than 40 hours of seminars a day, the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show is your best opportunity all year long to tap into the tips, tactics and techniques from the top names in northwest hunting and fishing.  Whether its elk, deer or ducks, salmon, steelhead, walleye or trout, the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show seminar series gives you the information and ideas you need to be successful in the field.


Talk to the pro’s one-on-one, many have booths in the show.  Check out the seminar schedules and plan your visit around the seminar times and topics of most interest to you.


Want to learn how to properly pack a horse or get the most out of your boating electronics…the pro’s will show you how.  How about smoking ribs and outdoor cooking…it’s here too.  Bait rigging, cascade lakes trout fishing or getting the most distance and accuracy out of your fly cast…we have a world champion who will show you!


The Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show only comes to town once-a-year, take advantage of the opportunity and attend as many seminars as you want…it’s all free with your admission into the show.


Maxine is a 15-year-old fly-casting world champion and fly fisher.  In 2018, Maxine earned women’s division GOLD medals in 2 separate events and SILVER in another at the World Championships  of Fly Casting in England:


Trout Accuracy
Salmon Distance – 2 hand winning cast of 189 feet

Sea Trout Distance – 1 hand new long cast World Record (in prelim round) of 161 feet


Maxine also made finals in the popular 5wt Trout Distance event with a long cast of 123 feet


At only 12 years old (2016 World Championships of Fly Casting in Estonia), Maxine became the youngest adult division World Champion in sports history, outscoring every women and MAN in Trout accuracy.

Most importantly, Maxine loves being outdoors, camping and fishing with her dad, little brother, cousins and close friends. She loves dry fly fishing for trout, swinging flies for steelhead and fly fishing for bass. Maxine will be demonstrating her casting techniques, Thursday (2/6) and Friday (2/7) evening from 7:00PM  to 8:00PM at the Casting Pool in Hall E.  We hope you give her a warm hometown welcome and watch her championship form.


Sponsored by

Survival expert Brett Stoffel is back and will be in the Toyota booth all days of the show offering daily seminars on how-to survive if you get lost, stuck or hurt in the backcountry. Brett’s sage advice has helped several people survive under the worst of conditions. It’s a must-attend seminar for anyone that plans on spending time in the woods. Brett covers the essential items you’ll need with you in the outdoors and shares his expertise on fire-building and making a suitable shelter. Brett’s also the guy you want to talk to if you have specific survival questions. Stoffel’s impressive resume includes his tenure as a B-52 and B2 pilot, Combat Search & Rescue Commander and Search & Rescue expert.


Sponsored by
Baxter Auto Parts

The Kids Trout Pond sponsored by Baxter Auto Parts returns with thousands of trout ready and willing to be caught by kids 12 and under.  All the gear needed to catch these frisky fish is provided and there are some big surprises swimming among the thousands of pan-sized fish.  Every year a few lucky kids tussle with trout in excess of 5 pounds, some are over 8 pounds. The bigger fish keep it interesting as kids squeal in delight having landed the fish of a lifetime.


It’s fun hearing from parents who caught their first trout in this memorable pool and are now coming back to share that with their kids.


Sponsored by

Garmin, known worldwide as the preeminent manufacturer of GPS systems and fishing electronics is coming to the Washington Sportsmen’s Show with their Garmin Tech Center, a seminar series at the show intended to demystify and educate anglers on the use of GPS and sonar. Whether you own Garmin brand gear or not, this seminar series is essential knowledge to get the most out of your fishfinder or GPS.


View the full seminar schedule here.


It’s a show-within-a-show, the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show Sport Fishing Boat Show.  There are fishing boats in every building and most of the major fishing boat manufacturers are represented.


From small cartoppers, small pontoons and kayaks to large welded aluminum offshore models, river boats, drift boats and more, it’s all here. Salmon, steelhead, sturgeon, halibut, tuna, trout, bass or multi-species boats…you’ll find them at the Sport Fishing Boat Show.


And it isn’t just boats.  There are outboards and inboards, tops and marine canvas, boating accessories and boating electronics.


Take advantage of show-only savings and deals.  It’s a wonderful opportunity to shop and compare all in one place! And while you’re at it, you can find all the gear you’ll need too.


The always-popular Sylvan Archer shooting range, tucked in the southwest corner of “C” Hall, is a welcome stop for archers and soon-to-be archers of all ages.


This is a great way to get started and the folks tending the range do a wonderful job of instructing newbies.  Bow and arrows are provided along with targets in a safe, supervised range.


If you have skills, this is a fun stop as you wind your way through the miles of aisles at the show and take a turn hitting the bullseye on one of the targets.


And of course, it’s all free with your admission into the show.  Sylvan Archers is one of the area’s leading archery clubs and is a great stop if you’re interested in honing your skills or just getting started.


The gold rush of 2020 is on in the front of Hall A! Our longtime friends from NorthWest Mineral Prospectors are back with their mining display complete with a creek, gold pans and honest-to-goodness gold flakes liberally distributed throughout the creek.


Learn how to pan for gold and get your prospecting journey started at the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show! Everything’s provided and it’s free with your admission into the show.


And if you get a case of gold-fever, the good folks from Northwest Mineral Prospectors will be there to help you.  They own several properties with mining rights and you’re always welcome to join.  Whether you’re just getting started or you’ve been at it awhile, this is a good group that’s been part of the show for decades.

Please check back periodically to read more about the features coming to this year’s show.


Click on the orange button 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.

You will need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to view/print the coupon.