New Mexico Outdoor Adventures Hunting and Fishing Show

You can see the latest gear for hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation Friday at the state fairgrounds. The annual New Mexico Outdoor Adventures Hunting and Fishing Show begins Friday afternoon at the Manuel Lujan Building. There are over 100 exhibits ranging from kayaks to four wheelers. Among the novelties of this year’s show, the outfitter’s guides and conservation organizations will be on hand to offer their services and advice. The New Mexico Game and Fish Department said outdoor shows like this are extremely important to New Mexico. “The outdoor industry makes up about a quarter of our total tourism industry in New Mexico. And so it’s huge and a lot of our rural communities depend on hunting and fishing for their livelihood,” Lane Cheery said. of the New Mexico Game and Fish. The Game and Fish department will also offer many different programs to help educate people on this such as hunting, shooting and fishing. “They will have an opportunity even if it’s half in this video game world, but it’s an opportunity to get a feel for what fishing is like when tying up a big trout,” Cherry said at 8 p.m. There are also shows this weekend. The Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are $3 for adults and free for those under 18. If you have a hunting, fishing or fur-bearing license valid, tickets are also free.

You can see the latest gear for hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation Friday at the state fairgrounds.

The annual New Mexico Outdoor Adventures Hunting and Fishing Show begins Friday afternoon at the Manuel Lujan Building. There are over 100 exhibits ranging from kayaks to four wheelers. A new addition to this year’s show is the boat.

Guide outfitters and conservation organizations will be on hand to offer their services and advice. The New Mexico Game and Fish Department said outdoor shows like this are extremely important to New Mexico. “The outdoor industry makes up about a quarter of our total tourism industry in New Mexico. And so it’s huge and a lot of our rural communities depend on hunting and fishing for their livelihood,” Lane Cheery said. from New Mexico Game and Fish.

The Game and Fisheries Department will also offer many different programs to help educate people about this, such as hunting, shooting and fishing. “They’ll have an opportunity even if it’s semi-in this video game world, but it’s an opportunity to get a sense of what fishing is when tying a big trout,” Cherry said.

The Friday show runs from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. There are also shows this weekend. Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are $3 for adults and free for those under 18. If you have a valid hunting, fishing or fur-bearing license, tickets are also free.

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