We are always looking for new exhibitors, especially those who have new or unique products or services. And most former exhibitors are welcome to return.
In order to receive an invitation to exhibit, you must complete the application form and mail or fax it to us. We recommend that you also mail us brochures or other pertinent literature about your business, including photos of your booth at other shows you may have attended. New and Returning Exhibitors can click the link below for further info.
Booth size at all shows is 10' by 10'. This is piped and draped. At some shows you may have to provide or rent the booth furniture and pay for electricity. If this is crucial to your decision to apply for exhibitor space, please give us a call for more details.
We begin to invite new exhibitors after June 1, 2014
2015 Show Schedule:
Denver, CO January 9, 10, 11
Marlborough, MA January 16, 17, 18
Somerset, NJ January 23, 24, 25
Winston-Salem, NC February 6, 7
Lynnwood, WA February 13, 14
Pleasanton, CA February 20, 21, 22
If we can help you decide whether or not to apply, please give us a call. 1-866-481-2393.
Acceptance of exhibitors is based on several factors:
o How closely related are your goods and services to fly fishing and the Catch-and-Release or sport fishing ethic?
o How will your booth enhance the fly fishing only focus of our shows?
o At how many of our shows will you exhibit?
o What are the chances you will be back next year?
o Will you work with us to ensure the success of the show?
o And how unique is your product, service, or geographical location?
Door Prize Program:
Participating in this program is one sure way to make you stand out. Depending on the prize you will receive some or all of the following:
o be named and your logo shown on program given out at the show
o allowed to put out promotional materials in the lobby and other appropriate places
o listed on the number one fly fishing show website in the US
o a flexible booth payment schedule
o other considerations for special prizes are possible
Click here to download Door Prize Form
Please contact the office if you would like additional promotional information such as brochures or posters.
We are pleased to announce that Paul Hess of Happy Rock Enterprises will be providing vendor transportation for the Fly Fishing Show Tour this year. Happy Rock Enterprises specializes in providing equipment and technical support for all types of events including running events, cycling events and benefit galas. His client list includes The New York Marathon, Race for The Cure (multiple locations), O’Mealia Special Events, and the Nestle Water Group, which includes Poland Spring and Deer Park.
Happy Rock looks forward to providing each and every vendor in the program personalized service. Our goal is an efficient load in and load out for everyone.
Looking for fishermen and hunters to interview
Does anyone out there know of anyone who would be interested in doing audio interviews on fishing and hunting tips to be digitally downloadable on the internet?
You don't necessarily need to be a world class fisherman or hunter, but just willing to offer any "underground secrets," or anything else that even the world class fishermen or hunters might not know.
I'm even going to start taking videos of fly fishermen and hunters this summer to show how they tie flies, tie knots, casting lines, and more. And also hunters to show how to shoot different guns, load ammunition, and give other hunting tips
This one SEven...
It is my autobiography and one of my secrets I've been tellin everybody...
I was born on a bed of pine needles. I was raised in the slums and
subways of New York City. New York City? Yeah-New York City. I made my
livin' by shakin down people late at night. I ate things that would make a
catfish sick. I shat in toilets that were not fit for the damned. My
belly is as hairy as Chewbaccaâs and my teeth make a hillbilly's look
like George Clooney's.
When I was twelve I ran away from Jasper, the nice hobo junkie who raised
me. I didn't want to be a burden to him or Wilbur, his little
hotdog-like dog. I had known for some time that I was destined for greater
things and better sleeping quarters. Jasper used to have nightmares that
would scare me somethin awful. I rarely got a good nights sleep. He would
wake up and yell at the Devil. Sometimes he would spent two hours