One of the biggest saltwater fishing deal with reveals along the east coast is going complete throttle at the New Jersey Convention & Exposition Center in Edison this weekend.
Indeed, this long-running salt-centric exposition is excitedly expected by professional to amateur anglers of all types ‘n stripes, and boasts the “Who’s Who” when it pertains to the significant heavyweights and up-and-coming sluggers in the saltwater fishing arena.
To make sure, this exposition covers the waterside in its offerings from roughly 300 regional, local, nationwide and global exhibitors, dealing with every location, from brackish tidal creeks to the overseas canyons, and all bites in between. Besides the latest in rods, reels, lines, lures, artificial baits and terminal deal with, there are marine electronic devices, garments, charter and guide services, fishing publications, and clubs and companies, all tailored to the salted scene.
In addition, there is an aggressive workshop schedule running practically non-stop all 3 days. These exist by professionals in their particular hook ‘em up pursuits. We know many of them, fished with more than a few, and opine that the collective driving force is to share the knowledge and share some more.
Today (Friday) there are 14 seminars, 17 tomorrow, and 15 on Sunday. The full schedule/times/hosts can be viewed at saltwater.sportshows.com.
Show hours are Friday noon-8 pm; Saturday 10 am-6 pm, and 10 am-5 pm Sunday.
Admission is $15 for adults and $3 for youngsters 6-11. Five years of age and younger are admitted at no charge.
Parking is free.
If you plan to drop a bait in the salt, be it for blowfish or bigeye, well, you don’t wish to miss this last fishing program of the year.
The NJ Convention & Expo Center lies at 97 Sunfield Drive in Edison, a simple shot by means of the NJ Turnpike, Garden State Parkway and Route 287. Directions can be discovered at the abovementioned website.
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