Share passion for outdoors

June 21, 2013 

A fisherman seeks a better spot on Ohop Lake near Eatonville. If you love to fish or hunt, the Outdoor Expo at Joint Base Lewis-McChord will provide opportunities for learning and networking.


Saturday’s Outdoor Expo will bring more than 50 hunting and fishing guides, vendors and outdoor experts to Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Attendees can attend free seminars and hear from 17 Northwest hunting and fishing experts. There will be sessions on fishing for salmon, steelhead, trout, walleye, bass and sturgeon. Hunting sessions include rifle hunting for deer and elk, bow hunting for bear and waterfowl hunting.

The expo also is a chance develop local contacts and connect with people who share the same outdoor passions.

Representatives from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Project Healing Waters and more than 20 outdoor products manufacturers, guide services and vendors will have booths set up.

The event will run from 10 a.m.- 7 p.m. at the Main Exchange parking lot.

The expo is open to all active duty, National Guard, reserve, military retiree and family members who have access to the installation.

Staff report

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