View Full Version : ISE Expo, Sacramento, CA. January 15-18, 2009

12-21-2008, 7:37 PM
ISE Sacramento, CA
January 15-18, 2009 (Thursday to Sunday)

Cal Expo, State
1600 Exposition Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95815

Show Hours:

Thursday, 11:00 am to 8:00 pm
Friday, 11:00 am to 8:00 pm
Saturday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Sunday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm


$15.00 Adult
$7.00 Youth (Ages 13 - 17)
FREE - Children 12 years and under

Show tickets

Get your tickets online now! Buy tickets in advance for you, family and friends. All tickets are valid for admission on one day only.


Seminars & Events:

Take a look at WHAT' NEW at ISE Sacramento:

NEW Lowrance Learning Center

* Daily classes in how to use GPS and sportfishing electronics, led by Capt. Jack Findleton and bass pro Jeff Boyer

NEW Seminars & Activities

* Hunt and fish seminars by Tom Stienstra, author, columnist, and television and radio personality
* Angler’s Legacy sign-up at Aquarium Bass Tank, plus poster and rod-and-reel daily giveaways ($90 value, two each day)
* Documentary premiere: “Endangered Species: California Fish and Game Wardens”
* Eastmans’ Hunting Journal Trophy Deer Display
* Special presentation by Cameron Hanes, host of Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation TV, and editor of Eastmans’ Bowhunting Journal
* Special presentation by Guy Eastman, host of Eastman’s Hunting Journal TV, and editor of Eastmans’ Hunting Journal
* Fishing Alaska panel discussion
* Water4Fish Special Event
* Deer-skinning clinic, by Chris Crabtree
* How to improve your chances of getting a deer tag, by CA Fish & Game
* Eastmans’ Hunting Journal on improving your odds of getting a tag in the West
* Dutch oven cooking demos by members of Becoming an Outdoors Woman
* Hunt Elk in Colorado, by CO Division of Wildlife
* Sporting Dog Arena presentations by Fish & Game’s K-9 Unit

Check out the show schedule.

Contests & Competitions:
And whether you like to watch the experts, or test your own skills be sure to catch all the exciting competitions this year.

* See the exciting Best of the West Distance Fly Casting Competition
* The Splash Dogs are back. Get full details and schedule at Splashdogs.com.
* Many prize giveaways at the Youth Outdoor Sports Fair, presented in several building at Expo Center by Western Outdoor News.


12-30-2008, 11:55 PM
I think many people are going to be at the Shot Show in Orlando...

12-31-2008, 2:29 AM
Humm $15.00 to get in they dont mention parking fees?

12-31-2008, 3:38 PM
Is that show any good? I was thinking of going to either the San Mateo or Sacto show... Looks like the Sacto show is about twice as big.

01-01-2009, 8:19 AM
i'll be one of those at the shot show! :p but as far as the ISE shows go, i stopped going years ago. lots of hunting & fishing booths, but just got boring year after year. and the addmission went up to $15! i remember paying $7 or $8 (i don't remember) with a coupon. if you haven't been to an ISE show...i say check it out.

01-01-2009, 12:19 PM
These shows are pretty informative unless you are already a know it all.:rolleyes: I went to one a few years ago, to see the pig hunting seminar/how to and the duck hunting tips presentataion.

01-01-2009, 1:18 PM
The company I work for is going, don't think I'll get elected to go though as I'm the Production Supervisor and not in sales.

We are rolling out our new product, called a 'Pack n Tow' http://packntow.com/ at the San Mateo ISE on 8-11 Jan http://www.sportsexpos.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=viewlocation&locationnumber=4

Then on to the Sacramento show.

This is something new we haven't seen out there anywhere yet and decided to build a prototype and test it. So far its traveled behind a Bass boat quite fast and stayed upright throughout. I took it around on an ATV and it follows well.

Ought to work well for hunting, camping, fishing and hauling stuff in the harbors, lakes and ponds as well as tracking through the snow. We are working on some snow ski's for it now.

It tows well on the road also. Stop in and say Hi to Sam and kick the tires.

Check out the list of exhibitors to get an idea of whats there to look at and fondle. Lots of hunting, Safari's, Outfitters and Lodges represented.


01-01-2009, 2:26 PM
I go to the San Mateo show every year with my buddies. It has undergone quite the size reduction in the past 5 years. Sacramento has many more booths and demos. IMO