Fight Cabin Fever At Rockingham Fishing & Hunting Outdoor Expo

Fight cabin fever at the Ninth Annual Rockingham Fishing and Hunting Outdoor Expo
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Fight Cabin Fever At The Ninth Annual Rockingham Fishing & Hunting Outdoor Expo
Fight Cabin Fever At The Ninth Annual Rockingham Fishing & Hunting Outdoor Expo

New Hampshire – -( The annual Rockingham Fishing and Hunting Expo is set for Saturday January 9th through Sunday, January 10th, 2010. Proceeds from this event will be donated to the New England Paralyzed Veterans of America.

“I am really excited for Rockingham this year. It has been a few years since we have done it because of schedule conflicts but it is always a great show,” said Kyle Scanlon, editor of Outdoors Magazine, which will have a booth at the event and be selling discounted subscriptions for show attendees.

“I have been looking at the seminar line-up and it looks great! A lot of ‘local’ talent from guys who know how to get it done in the area,” Scanlon said. “Bill Saiff will be there, he always does great presentations, and I saw Bob Howe will be doing his ‘trophy brook trout’ seminars which I attended last fall in New York-it is by far the best seminar on the topic I have ever seen. I can’t wait.”

Other seminar presenters include; Cod and haddock fishing in New England with guide and outdoor writer Allan Butler; Ice fishing for lake trout and perch with Adrien Lavoie of YoAdrien Charters on Lake Winnipesaukee; Getting to your deer stand without spooking your prey with Jim Gallagher; Light spin fishing on the Merrimack – 2009 Season with Captain Charles Crue; Hunting strategies for the North American back yard bucks by rattling, calling, and scents with Matt Richards of Mountain Hollow Game Calls; Late-season jigging tips and tricks for trout and salmon on Lake Winnipesaukee with NH guide Travis Williams; Hunting the whitetail deer in New England with Dean Vanier of North Woods Common Scents; “Swimbaits made simple” by Bassmaster Elite Series Angler Mark Burgess; and video shooting on your next hunt with Steve Kennedy of Lone Wolf Productions.

Doors open on Saturday, January 9 at 10:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m. On Sunday, the hours are 1:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Adult admission is $8.00, ages 15 and under is $3.00, and 5 and under are free.

Sunday is Kid’s Day where the kids will have a chance to win exhibitor prizes by participating in the popular “Moose Clues” scavenger hunt. Adults may play as well and participation is free. This year’s grand prize is a fishing guide trip for 1 child and 1 adult.

Come see NH’s very own falconers and their red-tailed hawks or maybe catch a dog training seminar. Other activities will include a live trout pond where you will be able to try your luck in catching the “big one”. There will also be the favored casting kids, a lazer shot shooting range, a kids archery range and the new paintball range.

Football enthusiasts, with the wide coverage setup of Rockingham’s televisions systems through-out the floor you won’t be missing any of the NFL play-offs. You will be tuning into all the games as you walk through.

Rockingham Park is conveniently located off of I93 exit 1. Parking is free. For more information, visit