It’s almost time for Muskie Expo Chicago!
Dec 10th, 2015 by OutdoorsFIRST
Modified Dec 10th, 2015 at 12:00 AM
Milwaukee, WI – It is almost time for Muskie Expo Chicago, coming in January, from the 8th-10th, 2016 at the Sears Centre Arena, located right on I-90. Muskie Expo is the largest show dedicated to the sport of Muskie fishing and the Chicago Expo is looking to be the biggest yet! With the hands-on fishing clinics, the lure-building contest, and the huge number of exhibitors, everyone is looking forward to this fantastic 3-day event!
The New Product Showcase will be an opportunity to preview the latest gear, before it hits store shelves. Attendees will garner the edge seeing new technologies first, and in many cases, even be able to purchase products on site! Attendees can walk out the door with the newest gear, even before it is available to their fishing buddies!
The all new MuskieExpo.com website has information for the Chicago (and also the upcoming Milwaukee event in February), with its own section complete with information on NEW location, seminars, exhibitors, and parking, along with some very special events within the Expos; everything needed to ensure a fun-filled event. The site also contains valuable information pertaining to the sport of Muskie fishing that is constantly updated. Anyone who loves to fish for Muskies should bookmark the site to check out the latest tips, stories and information to help make every trip more successful.
The excitement is building; don’t miss the biggest event dedicated to Muskie fishing!
About Muskie Expo
Muskie Expo Milwaukee has been an annual event for 25 years and is the largest Muskie-related event of its kind. The focus of the Muskie Expos is to allow anglers of all skill levels, from beginner to the most advanced, to learn tactics and techniques to allow for greater success on the water. Bringing together businesses involved with Muskie fishing and anglers in a family-friendly environment has been the hallmark of the Muskie Expos and has resulted in enhanced community conservation efforts.