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Brian
01-18-2008, 11:00 PM
Posted by Striper

Richmond Fishing Expo
Event Details
Start Date: January 25, 2008 - End Date: January 27, 2008

Time: Friday- 10am-9pm, Saturday- 9am-8pm, Sunday- 10am-5pm

Location: Richmond Raceway Complex

Phone: 336-855-0208

Link: http://www.richmondfishingexpo.com (http://www.richmondfishingexpo.com/)

Child Price: $5

Adult Price: $7

Event Description
The Richmond Fishing Expo Opens It Doors Friday January 25th
As The Most Complete Fishing Product & Educational Show The Tri-city Area Has Ever Seen. Fresh & Saltwater Anglers Will Find Anything & Everything They Need To Start Their Fishing Season Off Right.

Southeast Productions, Inc., having produced Fishing Expos in North Carolina for almost 20 Years, expands it's Series into Virginia in 2008.
The Richmond Raceway Complex will host this 1st Annual Event and combined with it's centralized location & Free Parking, it's the perfect setting to bring together Over 100 Vendors in One Convenient Location.
With almost 100,000 sq. ft filled, this is A MUST SEE for the serious fisherman.

Over 120 booths will be filled with the latest in rods, reels, tackle, lures, electronics, maps, apparel, charter companies and much much more.
Local marine dealers participating in this years show will be offering Huge Pre-season Discounts on 2008 model fresh & saltwater fishing boats including Kayaks, aluminum Jon boats, Bass Boats, Fishing Pontoons, Bay Boats, Center Consoles, Walk-arounds, Skiffs and many more.

Highlighting This Huge Event Will Be The Extensive Seminar Program.

Lets start out with 3 different Seminar rooms located on the show floor running every hour on the hour offering tips & secrets on When, Where & How to have your best fishing trip ever.

If your passion is Bass Fishing the Oklahoma Bass Tub will be the setting for Seminars Featuring well known Professional Bass Fishermen such as Hank Parker, Shaw Grigsby, Davy Hite & Teddy Carr along with casting techniques from the Oklahoma Bass Tub Staff.

The Fresh Water Seminar Room brings together Regional & Local Professionals offering their secrets in Catfishing, Crappie, Striper, Smallmouth, Kayak Fishing & Trout. Whether it's Flatheads on the James River, Stripers on Lake Anna or slab Crappie on Buggs... These Guys will help put you on the fish.

But if Saltwater runs through your veins then this show should get your adrenalin pumping. We've brought together some of the finest Charter Captains around to share their secrets with you in the Saltwater Seminar Room. Years of knowledge is available to you all weekend long to help you not only locate... but land some of the most sought after Saltwater fish in this part of the country. Topics include;
Tournament King Fishing, Slow Trolling for Kings, Shark Fishing, Grouper Fishing, Chesapeake Stripers, Gulfstream Big Game,
Surf Fishing, Inshore Light Tackle for Flounder, Puppydrum & Trout.

These Folks lives depends on knowing where and how to put fish in the boat and they're willing to lay it all out this weekend.

Brian
01-18-2008, 11:01 PM
Posted by Lakerdan

Will Teddy be having a booth?

Brian
01-18-2008, 11:01 PM
Posted by Gregt

I believe Teddy is going to have a booth - I plan to go out and see whats different. If I am correct, this is the revamped Bassarama. I was there last year and if I am correct, it needed a little revamping.

I remember back in the day, tons of tackle and boats and everything and it slowly seemed to lose some of the greatest guys.

Hope to see it make a comeback

Anyone else going?

outfishinu
01-24-2008, 09:08 PM
I have to work someone please take my shift!!

seekingfish
01-24-2008, 10:23 PM
Anyone know when Teddy Carr is speaking on Saturday?

Brian
01-26-2008, 04:47 PM
UPDATE

So I went last night as I have had to work most of the weekend on different things. There were many of the same vendors that I had seen at the Bassarama so really good and good to see again, others I wished hadnt bothered to register to be a vendor.

Teddy Carr and his guys were there. I missed him as it was almost time for his seminar. But always a good group to visit with. I did see most of Teddys talk but missed part as I had to meet up with my brother who was running late. If you have seen Teddy talk, he really is good and shares a good bit of info. I now am planning to order a few of the Rebel Wee Craw... Thanks for the tips Teddy!

Grandt rods - almost bought my new rod last night but the more I thought about it - the only thing that kept me from pulling the trigger was I didnt like the colors in the wraps. I know I know - sounds weird but I just didnt like the colors. Awesome rods and a lifetime warranty on the rods - excellent craftsmanship.

Daves Tournament Tackle - should have bought there first. I spent more on some Roboworm softplastics at another booth then I would have spent there. These guys have every type of jig head you could have wanted and skirts - use some of these as patterns for making your own.

Canoe the New River - very interesting guys to fish with - I want a muskie bad and I think this is the river in VA to do it in. Check them out.

These were just some of the highlights of the show - I know I missed seeing a few of you there and I would encourage guys to get it tomorrow and see them if you have the time.

just1more
01-28-2008, 01:25 PM
What was also very cool was the Virginia Techs Collegiate Bass fishing team being at the show, alias the 2007 National Champions. Check em out if you get a chance.
Some of you may know Mike Hall from Loudoun VA. He is sponsored by Grandt Rods and is taking the FLW plunge this year. He is an awesome fisherman and Christian and I hope he has an outstanding first year.
This is not new to you that know Teddy Carr but the more I learn about Mr. Carr the more I am convinced he has both his professional and personal priorities nailed down. He is truly a man of character. I just hope I don’t have to fish against him in any of my 2008 tournaments.
The Fisher of Men Legacy Tournament Trail is an Adult / Youth TT. You only have to fish one of the three events to go to the National Tournament and compete for a New 20,000 dollar plus Boat. There are only three events, 75.00 entry fee ea, Lake Anna, Chick, and James. Another great opportunity to get out there and take a kid fishing.
The OCHS anglers will once again be in the spot light. They are being featured in an up coming article of Virginia Wildlife Magazine and I am willing to bet Becky Gore has lined up a few more vendors for their show in March as well. Way to go Orange County.

Teddy Carr
02-14-2008, 12:20 PM
Sorry guys that I have been absent for the last couple weeks I've been down with the FLU and trying to stumble through my goose hunts made it worst but I didn't want to disapoint a bunch of folks plus Ms. Carr spends money like it's going out of style. Thank you for the nice comments guys. It's really pretty simple I love the sport, I like people, I like to see people be successful and I like to be a part of their success. As for fishing Tx against me or anybody else for that matter remember this; your first and primary advirsary is the fish. Heck I can go down hard boys with the best of them. I look forward to conversing with you guys in the coming year and remember my door is always open, just come on in.

Tc

outfishinu
02-14-2008, 05:08 PM
Good to have you back!