The final installment of the Fred Hall Show comes to Del Mar

The traveling Fred Hall Show finishes 2017 season at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, March 23-26.

DEL MAR — Ardent adventurers, avid anglers and all-types of boaters will have plenty to observe at the Fred Hall Show in San Diego. The largest outdoor recreation event in the nation takes place at the Del Mar Fairgrounds from March 23 to 26.

Nearly one million square feet of indoor and outdoor space will be filled with approximately 200 exhibitor booths, as well as hundreds of vessels and recreational vehicles.

Numerous attractions and activities will be on sight for people of all ages to enjoy from archery and air gun ranges to face painting and casting contests. Mammoth Lakes sponsors the Kids Fish Free Trout Pond. The ever-popular Ultimate Air Dogs will be making a splash.

“I can tell you that we are going to have a very broad and diverse lineup covering everything from fishing for trout in the Eastern Sierras to offshore fishing for tuna and wahoo,” Mike Lum, general manager of Fred Hall Show, told The Log.

Experts will be teaching anglers how to fish the lakes which are rapidly filling up due to all the recent rain. A Hobie Kayak Seminar will provide instructions on the best way to catch fish in both freshwater and saltwater. One of the more popular exhibits will be experts at the Izorline Fishing Coach booth providing one-on-one tutorials on how to make line connections, tie knots and rig up to catch just about any fish. These are just a few of the many learning opportunities at this 4-day event.

The show hours on March 23-24 are 12-8 p.m. The hours are 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on March 25. The show concludes on March 26 with the show hours being 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Admission price for adults is $15. Children age 15 and younger are free with a paid adult. Seniors (62 years of age and older) are $13. The cost of admission for military with valid I.D. is $10.

To purchase tickets online to attend this four-day travel, boat and fishing tackle show, go to fredhall.com/san-diego.

 

 

Comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *