National Ireland Angling Show, 18-19 Feb 2017
February 14th, 2017 | by Myles Kelly
This popular all-Ireland Angling Show will be officially open again on February 20 & 21, 2016 at the National Show Centre, Swords.
The National Ireland Angling Show is a chance for angling enthusiasts to see first-hand, the latest rods, reels, clothing, bait and accessories and to learn some new techniques from all over the country and beyond.
The popular casting pool is back and Hywel Morgan and other fly casters will be using it.
The theatre will host experts in various disciplines,such as Hywel Morgan and his daughters, Mike Thrussell, Bobb Nudd and more to be announced.
Inland Fisheries Ireland is delighted to be running its very successful Family Zone at the Ireland Angling Expo again this year. After last year’s big success at the Expo we are going to set up the aquariums, get out the creepy crawlies, build a new indoor casting challenge and more at the Inland Fisheries Ireland Family Zone. Junior anglers will have a chance to pit their casting skills against each other and celebrity anglers and the winners will take home a rod and reel combo. More importantly every child who takes part will get a free Midland Fisheries Group Permit for all of 2017.
Exhibitors will be displaying their products, such as, rods, reels, lines, lures, fly’s , traces, artificial bait, clothing, magazines, charter boats excursions, kayaks and a variety of accessories to suit your every requirement. All the latest gadgets and new products will be on display and a selection will be demonstrated by our in-house experts over the two days.
The National Ireland Angling Show will include lots of exciting new features, such as a Showcase Zone with a Central Casting Pool, Theatre, Fly-tying demos and Interactive Kids Zone , It’s all about visitors seeing, trying out and having some fun along the way!
The Ireland Angling Expo at The National Show Centre is located on the main Dublin to Belfast road, a short distance from Dublin Airport, the M50 and M1 motorways and Swords. Dublin city centre is 20/30 minutes away and Belfast is a 2 hour drive. The venue is easily accessible and is well serviced by bus routes. There is ample car parking (free of charge) on site.
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