Saltwater Tap Fishing Expo This Weekend in Edison, NJ
One of the biggest saltwater fishing shows on the East Coast is going full throttle at the New Jersey Convention & Exposition Center in Edison this weekend.
Indeed, this long-running salt-focused exhibit is eagerly awaited by expert to novice anglers of all shapes and sizes, and boasts the “Who’s Who” when it comes to the major heavyweights and up-and-coming sluggers of salt water fishing. arena.
Certainly this exhibition covers the waterfront in its offerings of approximately 300 local, regional, national and international exhibitors, catering to all venues from brackish tidal coves to offshore canyons, and every bite in between. . Along with the latest in rods, reels, lines, lures, synthetic baits and terminal tackle, there are marine electronics, apparel, charter and guide services, fishing publications, clubs and organizations , all suitable for the salty scene.
Additionally, there is an aggressive seminar program that runs pretty much non-stop over the three days. These are presented by experts in their respective fields. We know many, fished with more than one, and believe the collective driving force is to share knowledge and share more.
Today (Friday) there are 14 seminars, 17 tomorrow and 15 on Sunday. Full schedule/times/hosts can be viewed at saltwater.sportshows.com.
Hours of operation are Friday noon to 8 p.m.; Saturday 10am-6pm and 10am-5pm Sunday.
Admission is $15 for adults and $3 for youth ages 6-11. Children five and under are admitted free.
Parking is free.
If you’re thinking of casting a bait in the salt, whether it’s for puffer fish or bigeye tuna, well, you don’t want to miss this last fishing show of the year.
The NJ Convention & Expo Center is located at 97 Sunfield Drive in Edison, easy access via the NJ Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, and Route 287. Directions can be found on the aforementioned website.
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