Famous for bringing the great outdoors inside, the Spring Fishing and Boat Show is a must-see event for anyone who ranks fishing as one of their favourite hobbies. The Spring Fishing and Boat Show provide a perfect blend of trade and exposure for its members.

It consistently brings in an enthusiastic audience who know the show’s commitment to the many facets of fishing. Its stellar lineup of exhibits provides them with the best opportunity in the region to learn about and stay connected to their favourite recreational pastime.

The Spring Fishing and Boat Show features over 200 exhibitors with a selection of outdoor gear, entertainment, and more! This event has everything you need for your next adventure with a focus on fishing, hunting, boating, and marine life!

At the fishing show, you have an opportunity to visit seminars, some of which are regarding ice fishing, trolling, angling from shore, fish cleaning, fish cooking and more. Visitors will be able to reach such speakers as Averie Rose, Bob Izumi and Big Jim McLaughlin.

Buck Lake Lodges is holding an awesome contest right now in conjugation with our show – you will not want to miss out on an opportunity to win a trip for 2 to their beautiful lodges! Enter to win a trip for 2 to Buck Lake Lodges and Outposts!


The companies exhibiting in this event would be the ones associated with the top leading industries of the market. Some of which are fishing companies, boat companies, boat part makers, hunting equipment companies, camping agencies, camping tools, research and development, environmental impact and safety and construction companies.

Apart from these sectors, other industry-related exhibitors will also exhibit in this and get the opportunity to meet and discuss new trends with participants from all over the world with a motive to enhance their business.

Admissions:

  • Adults ( 18+): $17
  • Juniors (13-17) $14

  • Seniors (65+) $14

  • Seniors Day (Fri. Feb 18) $10

  • Children 12 and Under FREE with Adult

Prices are subject to change.

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