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Tampa Outdoors Expo & Boat Show Feb. 27-March 1, 2015

by on Jan.28, 2015, under TAMPA BAY AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

Hosted by the “Reel Animals”
When: Friday, February 27 through Sunday, March 1, 2015
Where: Florida State Fairgrounds
(east of Tampa at intersection of I-4 and U.S. 301)

Times: Friday, 1:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Sunday, 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Admission: Friday: FREE for all ages, courtesy Southern Chevy Dealers
Sat.-Sun.: $8 ages 13 & up; Kids 12 & under FREE
Website: http://www.wfla.com
Miscellaneous: 140,000 square feet of indoor exhibit space plus major outdoor displays
Dozens of seminars on four stages including “Wear it Florida” Safe Boating Stage
Interactive activities include kids’ fishing derbies on Saturday and Sunday.
More than 150 exhibitors and outdoors dealers

Participating Sponsors: Chevrolet, Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, Thunder Marine
The Expo is produced by WFLA News Channel 8, Tampa.

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Tampa Florida Sportsman Fishing Expo, September 14-15, 2013


For the 21st year, Florida Sportsman magazine will be hosting the extremely popular Florida Sportsman Expo at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa over the weekend of Sept. 14-15, 2013.

Visitors will be treated to a huge indoor three-ring circus of events for anglers, hunters and boaters. Each day brings fishing seminars from Tampa Bay’s best experts along with a 100-foot indoor cast pond, a kids’ casting pond and free prizes, hands-on rigging tables set up for 80 people at a time, free fly- and net-casting lessons, the newest lineup of tackle, gear and boats for 2014 plus exhibits of Burmese pythons, a 500-gallon fish tank by Florida’s Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission and much more.

“It’s a great chance for everyone from beginners to experts to learn new tactics, pick up added skills and take advantage of show specials on boats, tackle, gear, gadgets and accessories,” says Expo Director Doug Kelly, who’s also a Florida Sportsman Contributing Editor. “It’s also a perfect opportunity to save big on Christmas presents for your favorite anglers and hunters.”

An added attraction each day is a free drawing for all attendees for a 42-inch flat screen TV donated by The Sportsman Channel. Editors from Florida Sportsman will also be on hand to greet visitors along with many Tampa Bay TV, newspaper and radio personalities.

“Last year we had over 100 exhibitors and expect to have a jam-packed hall again this year with rows and rows of goodies,” Kelly says.

On display will be a super-charged swamp buggy, a fully rigged airboat, inshore and offshore boats of all sizes, and five seminar stages going on simultaneously. Featured speakers on just the Rhodan Inshore Stage and the Cortland Offshore Stage include PowerPoint presentations by outstanding authorities such as Capt. Rick Grassett, Capt. Mark Nichols, Capt. Gary Burch, Capt. Dave Pomerleau, Capt. Terry LaCoss, Capt. Jim Lemke, Capt. Sergio Atanes, Capt. Chris O’Neill, Capt. Jason Prieto, Capt. Lynn Zirkle, Capt. Billy Nobles and Jimbo Keith.

A partial list of the seminar topics to be covered include:

  • How To Catch More & Bigger Grouper
  • Targeting Smoker Kingfish
  • Secrets of Slow-Trolling Live Baits
  • New Techniques with GPS & Fish Finders
  • Extreme Tactics for Monster Snook
  • Sight Fishing for Bull Reds
  • Targeting Inshore Snapper
  • Best Plastic Lures for the Flats
  • Best Live Baits for the Flats
  • Top Methods to Fish Bridges & Piers
  • The ABCs of Kayak Fishing
  • Best Tactics for Pass Tarpon
  • Tampa Bay’s Latest Hot Spots

A favorite show attraction is the Riggin’ it Right Academy sponsored by Fins Tackle. Groups of up to 80 anglers at a time take turns sitting at tables with all supplies and tackle while Florida Sportsman staff gives hands-on instruction on properly rigging the baits and lures that work best around Tampa Bay.

In only a few minutes you can learn how to effectively throw a cast net in the cast-net pit with Capt. Terry Sturgeon. Those interested in fly-casting will receive free instruction at a 100-foot indoor pond hosted by the Suncoast Fly Fishing Club. Learn all that’s needed to get into kayak fishing with renowned authority Peter Hinck. Capt. Larry Finch discloses little-known tricks to better fish piers, bridges, jetties and beaches. Kids have their own events at a hookless spin-cast pond hosted by the Golden Triangle Fishing Club with free “can’t-lose” prizes provided by Zebco. There’s even a free kids’ face-painting booth by renowned artist Tony Ryals, the famed quadriplegic who paints using just his mouth.

The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) will display exhibits of interest to boaters and hunters as well as the Florida Sportsman Grand Slam Tank, a 500-gallon mobile aquarium. Kids will be kept busy and win prizes with the FWC’s “Fish ID” contest.

“Everything’s included in the admission price,” notes Kelly. “It’s going to be a grand day on both Saturday and Sunday for everyone who loves the outdoors.”

Tickets at the Florida State Fairgrounds box office are $8 for adults and kids 12 and under with parents free. Show hours run 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 15. For a discount coupon and more details visit www.FloridaSportsman.com/Expo.

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Press Contact & Interviews:

Doug Kelly, 727-724-4949


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Florida Outdoors Expo March 1-3, 2013 in Tampa


From The Fishing Wire, sponsored by Berkley:

For more than two decades, the Outdoors Expo & Boat Show in Tampa has been a “can’t miss” spring tradition for generations of boaters, fishermen, hunters, and those who love the outdoors. The show enters its 22nd year with a new name and new hosts, but all of the great shopping bargains, speakers, and activities our attendees are looking for.

As always, the Expo will feature continuous hands-on, how-to activities, presentations from a variety of outdoors experts, a shopping extravaganza and boat show in a family-friendly country fair atmosphere. The Expo boasts 140,000 square feet of indoor exhibit space plus outdoor display areas and lakes. We feature more than 150 exhibitors. Whether you passion is boating, saltwater of freshwater fishing, cast netting, fly fishing, hunting, dog training or kayaking, the News Channel 8 Outdoors Expo and Boat Show is the place for you.

Hosted by the “Reel Animals”
“The Reel Animals,” Captains Mike Anderson and Billy Nobles are no strangers to the Expo and certainly not to our attendees who watch them on TV and listen to them on the radio.

Captain Mike has been fishing and competing in tournaments on Tampa Bay and Florida water for more than 20 years. A Wisconsin native and Air Force veteran, Mike has been guiding on the west coast of Florida for more than 12 years and specializes in back country fishing for tarpon, snook, redfish, and trout.

Captain Billy is a native of North Carolina who began his fishing career at 13, mating on offshore boats and fishing in tournaments throughout Virginia and the Carolinas. As a charter captain in west central and southwest Florida, Captain Billy fishes as many as 300 trips a year. He specializes in catching trophy fish on light tackle inshore and offshore.

Together, the “Reel Animals” host a fishing show that airs on WFLA-TV News Channel 8 as well as nationally and in Canada. More than 85 million households can tune into the “Reel Animals Fishing Show.” In addition, Captains Mike and Billy host radio programs on Saturday and Sunday mornings on Tampa stations WFLA 970 and WDAE 620 respectively.

The “Reel Animals” have spoken at the Expo for years, and their exhibit booth is a popular place for attendees to hang out and “talk fishin.”

Special Guests and Activities

Chuck Devereaux, a veteran of the B.A.S.S. tournament series and an accomplished teacher and speaker returns this year to lead four seminars daily at the AAA Bass Tub Stage. Besides general bass fishing tips, Chuck will discuss which baits to use and how to use them to fish like a pro.

The “Wear It Florida Safe Boating Stage” and “Chevrolet Main Stage” will feature dozens of renown anglers discussing topics ranging from salt water fly fishing to fishing the flats. Where to go and what bait to use to land, pompano, tarpon, trout and redfish. Captain Red Ed Brennan will even do a session on “scalloping.”

The Thunder Marine stage will feature sessions geared to boaters. Topics include boat detailing, understanding boat electronics and “Ladies at the Helm,” boating instruction for women.

The Archery Shop Stage will feature sessions on bow fishing, gator hunting, and new hunting product technologies. Mark Beck will be offering “Tips on Archery from a World Class Shooter.” As in past years, The Archery Shop exhibit will feature a range where shooters can “test drive” the newest bows and children can handle age appropriate bows and arrows.

Speaking of kids, this year WFN is presenting the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission Fishing Derbies conducted by “Get Reel” on Saturday and Sunday. Volunteers help kids bait their hooks, cast and reel in their catches on a small stocked lake behind the exhibit halls. There are grand prizes for the largest fish caught over the weekend in this catch and release contest. However, all kids receive goodie bags for participating.

The Devore Labradors Kennel returns with demonstrations on pointing and retrieving as well as a variety of dog training tips on all three days of the show.

On Saturday from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m., attendees can try their hand at bow fishing at another lake behind the exhibit halls.

Admission and Hours
Admission to the Expo is FREE FOR ALL AGES on Friday, March 1, courtesy The Tampa Tribune. Admission for ages 13-and-up is only $8.00 on Saturday and Sunday. Parking at the Fairgrounds is five dollars.
Show hours are 1:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Saturday; and 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday. The State Fairgrounds are located east of Tampa near the junction of I-4 and I-75.

Vendors from across North America will offer great deals on boats, personal water craft, ATV’s, fishing tackle, hunting gear, resorts and lodges, canoes and kayaks and other outdoors-related items. In addition to the special discounts, Expo visitors will get their first look at many new products.

Non-profit fishing, hunting and conservation groups – including the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Coastal Conservation Association, and the Florida Guides Association will be on hand. Whether your favorite pastime is fishing for bass, kings, grouper, snook or redfish; or hunting turkey, deer, or ducks, you’ll find the right club or organization with experienced members and volunteers eager to share their expertise with you.

Contact Info
For more information visit the event website at www.tampaoutdoorexpo.com

The Expo is produced by WFLA-TV, News Channel 8, Tampa. Presenting sponsors include The Tampa Tribune, Chevrolet, The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, World Fishing Network, AAA Auto Club South, and Thunder Marine.

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Spring Fishing Seminar at Provisions Live Bait & Tackle, Port Richey, March 24, 2012

by on Mar.06, 2012, under Tarpon Springs

This might be fun.  Goody bags for the kids.  Talks with guides and folks from local fishing clubs.  Seminars 10AM-3PM.

Provisions, Inc.

Live Bait and Tackle

7933 US Hwy 19, Port Richey, FL  34668

(727) 807-3256

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Don’t Miss the Tampa Tribune Outdoors and Boat Show, March 2-4, at Florida State Fairgrounds, Tampa

by on Feb.25, 2012, under TAMPA BAY AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

Bring the whole family out for the latest in outdoors products and services, boats galore, seminars hosted by industry professionals and celebrities, hands-on demonstrations, a 40-ft. Bass Aquarium, casting pond, activities for the whole family, and a HUGE selection of the latest gear at special show prices. Come experience 20 years of tradition at Florida’s largest outdoors show and only spring boat show!

With nearly 50 seminars on fresh and saltwater fishing, fly-fishing, boating, hunting, dog training, kayaking and more from top outdoors experts, the show attracts and maintains a tremendous crowd day after day. Come out, enjoy and stay on top of your game with all of the latest inside tips, tricks, strategies and advice from the industry’s most renowned professionals. Check out the Schedule of Events for the most up-to-date specifics!

Expo Host FRANK SARGEANT is a renowned past Outdoors Editor of The Tampa Tribune, past president of the Florida Outdoor Writers Association, author of 11 books, a staff writer for “Florida Sportsman,” “Outdoor Life,” and “Boating” magazines and senior writer for Outdoor World Television. His work has won more than 60 national writing awards.

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Capt. Tommy to Speak at Miller’s Boating Center Boat Show & Fishing Clinic, March 4-6, 2011

by on Feb.06, 2011, under Cedar Key, Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Horseshoe Beach, Ozello to Crystal River, Steinhatchee, Suwannee, Yankeetown and Waccasassa

I’ll be there speaking about shallow-water techniques for sea trout and redfish on the Big Bend.  I’m scheduled to speak on Saturday, March 5 and Sunday, March 6.  I’ll also be around both days to answer questions.

Miller’s Boating Center

Capt. Tommy Thompson

Learn to catch big sea trout from Capt. Tommy Thompson

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FISHING SHOW: Gulf & Bay Florida Fishing School, November 19-21, 2010, Tampa

by on Nov.09, 2010, under TAMPA BAY AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

From Capt. Gary Burch

Capt Gary Burch
727 458-6335

hoy Mates!

It’s time for the Florida Fishing School seminars for the fall season.
Presented by the St Petersburg Times and will be located at the Florida
Fair Grounds.

Come by and see my seminars on Staurday and Sunday.  I will be talking
about inshore equipment and techniques and cast netting.

I will be persenting at 12 noon and 2 pm on Saturday the 20th and 2 pm
Sunday the 21st.

This is the boating and fishing event of the season. Chart your course to
the Florida State Fairgrounds on November 19, 20 and 21. The Tampa Bay
Boat Show is a grand event showcasing area boat dealers and  the latest in
boating and fishing supplies… great accessories too. This three-day
sales event offers a great way to see and compare all available makes and
models in one location. The main floor will be filled with new boats,
trailers, docking and safety equipment, the best fishing equipment in one
place and many outdoor-related exhibits!

Don’t miss the Florida Fishing School on Saturday and Sunday!
Local fishing captains will share their expertise in a variety of fish-y

FISHING SHOW: Gulf & Bay Florida Fishing School
Learn From The Pros • Saturday & Sunday
Presented By The Area’s Top Fishing Experts & Captains.


Florida State Fairgrounds

ADMISSION: FREE – $5.00 for Parking
Friday, November 19, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, November 20, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday, November 21, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.


Come on by the seminar and say hey.

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