Buying online means you don’t have to wait in line to get into the show. Sportsmen’s Show tickets make great stocking stuffers too!
Randy Newberg, public lands advocate and hunter will be at all three shows! Randy will be at the shows Thursday-Sunday, and presenting a daily question and answer session. Want to know more about public lands hunting…ask Randy!
Wall of Kings. Many a hunter has parked themselves in front of one of the most impressive displays of elk, deer, moose and cougar in the country. It’s been completely updated and is as spectacular as any display of king-sized animals you’ll ever see.
The Bass Lake. Making its debut at the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show, the Bass Lake presented by Old Town is an indoor pond stocked with bass and panfish with daily seminars on how to catch bass and panfish from a kayak given by experts in the Bass Lake. Next Adventure will have fully rigged kayaks on display and for sale right across from the Bass Lake.
Head and Horns Competition. With well over 10,000 entries since its inception in the 90’s, this competition brings out the best. Expect to see record-sized entries, scored by certified measurers. With nearly two dozen categories, new state records are set every year. Entries aren’t limited to animals taken that year or the year before, you may have a winner in your attic that was inherited from a great uncle you can bring to enter. Great prizes are awarded all winners…if having a record-sized set of antlers, horns or a skull wasn’t enough.
Special Evening Events. The Washington Sportsmen’s Show will be featuring two Special Event evenings. Friday night is Addicted Fishing with their Alaska premiere (this is a ticketed event). Saturday night is Leif Steffny with NW Fishing Secrets (limited seating/first-come-first-serve). The Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show has four Special Event evenings. Wednesday night is Born & Raised Outdoors (limited seating/first-come-first-serve). Thursday night is Addicted Fishing with their Alaska premiere (this is a ticketed event). Friday night is Leupold’s VIP Night (this is a ticketed event and fundraiser). Saturday night is Leif Steffny with NW Fishing Secrets (limited seating/first-come-first-serve). All of these evening events run from 7PM-9PM. Lots of giveaways and fun in store for everyone!
Outdoor Cooking Competition. Some of the nation’s top grillers and BBQing pros will be competing for a $20,000 purse and points for national and international competitions at the Washington Sportsmen’s Show. It’s a rare opportunity to see the best practice their craft. These cooks are happy to share their insights and knowledge if you ask. The Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show will be holding its version with daily demonstrations from top grillers and BBQing pros. Don’t miss the “throw downs” where these pros go head-to-head and you get to be the judge when samples are shared with everyone in attendance.
Garmin Tech Center. The Garmin Tech Center returns to the Washington Sportsmen’s Show and Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show. Get the most out of your fishing electronics with these daily seminars. Top experts will walk you through the details. All seminars are free with your admission into the show.
Don’t Miss The Sales. If you’re in the market for a rod, reel, binoculars, bow, apparel, boots, knife, boat, rain gear, crab pots, electronics, kayak, Alaska adventure, Northwest salmon or steelhead trip, gun scope, wall tent, tackle of all descriptions or just about anything else related to hunting or fishing…this is the place to be and to save!
All-New Seminar Series. New speakers and new topics. The Sportsmen’s Shows have been hard-at-work to bring you the best seminar series in the country. Learn the how, what, where and why of hunting and fishing at these seminars. They’re free with your admission into the shows.