The annual Allegheny Sport, Travel and Outdoor Show began Friday to nice crowds. Folks turned out to see boats, listen to speakers talk about everything from hunting coyotes to fishing for bass from a kayak to cooking wild game, and shop for trips, gear and more.
There’s more on tap, too: the show continues from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday
While you’re there, stop by the everybodyadventures.com booth.
Who are we? We’re a new website — just launched Friday — and a monthly newsletter. Subscribers get exclusive access to stories about hunting, fishing camping, boating and more, discount coupons to our online store, the chance to win cool trips like a sporting clays shoot with me at Seven Springs, free passes to a couple of outdoor symposiums featuring advice from expert outdoorsmen, and more.
To get started, we’re giving away a free Lake Erie fishing trip, so stop by our booth and get registered and say hello!
Thinking of booking a hunt? The taxidermy at the Allegheny Sport, Travel and Outdoor Show will get you excited.
Fishing tackle of all kinds, like this wall of rods, is available at the show.
The World's Outstanding Whitetails display will leave you dreaming of deer season.
The River's Edge Canoe and Kayak of Leechburg has all kinds of boats on display at the sport show.
Chef Albert Wutsch, retired from Indiana University of Pennsylvania's culinary program, is doing wild game cooking demonstrations all weekend at the show.
If powerboating is your thing -- be it cruising on a pontoon or fishing from a high-powered boat -- there are craft to see at the sport show.