Back to Business : New Brunswick’s Favourite Boat, Sportsmen and Fly Fishing Show Returns

Moncton Boat Show 2022

Feb 15, 2022

The Moncton Boat Show and the New Brunswick Sportsmen and Fly Fishing Show are “Back to Business” for 2022! The region’s largest boating and outdoors events are returning to the Moncton Coliseum, April 8-10, 2022 for a much anticipated in-person event.

With the growing popularity of the recreational boating and hunting and fishing industries, this event is expected to attract thousands of visitors from across New Brunswick and the Maritimes. The Moncton Boat Show will highlight the region’s top dealers and the latest models of power boats, pontoons, personal watercraft. In the adjacent hall, the New Brunswick Sportsmen and Fly Fishing show will showcase the best in fishing, hunting and all things outdoors.

“This unique lineup of products brings together some of the Maritimes’ most popular past-times all under one roof,” says Scott Sprague, Event Manager. “Whether someone is on the market for their next watercraft, or they’re looking to build on their fishing and hunting skills, this is the place to get geared up for the upcoming seasons ahead.”

One admission will grant visitors access to both events. Tickets will be available at the door and online. Regular adult admission is $12.00, Junior and Seniors are $10.00 (10 – 17), Family Passes are $30.00 (2 adults, 2 juniors).

More details including show features will be announced on both the Moncton Boat Show’s and the New Brunswick Sportsmen and Fly Fishing Show’s Facebook pages.

For complete details, visit the show’s websites: www.MonctonBoatShow.ca or www.NBSportsmenShow.ca

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