Arrowhead Ice Fishing & Winter Show Returns To The DECC
It's already that time of the year again! The Arrowhead Ice Fishing & Winter Show is back and it is extra special this year because it is the tenth anniversary of the event. It takes place at the DECC early next month.
The event has it all, even if you aren't a big ice fishing enthusiast! There are exhibits, shopping, vendors, sea lion shows and so much more. Of course, there is also food and drinks and the chance to meet important people in the industry from Minnesota and beyond.
When Is The Arrowhead Ice Fishing & Winter Show?
The show takes place from Friday, December 8th through the 10th. The event will be open from noon to 8 p.m. on that Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
How Much Are Tickets?
Tickets are free for kids five years old and younger. Tickets are six bucks for ages six through seventeen years old. Tickets are ten bucks for those eighteen years and up. All of these prices are online tickets, where you get a discount when you purchase prior to the event.
If you buy tickets at the door, they are a bit pricier. Kids five and under get in for free. However, tickets will be one to two dollars cheaper for the other age brackets so plan accordingly.
If you would like to attend the show for more than one day that weekend, you can do so for free. You just need to bring your ID to the return ticket booth, where you can sign up for a free return entry the next day.
What Features Will Be There This Year?
- As always, the show will have the popular Sea Lion Splash.
- The Frozen Basin is back, where you can ice fish for Rainbow Trout.
- The Ice-Box is back, where you can talk to professionals in the industry.
- Eating & Drinking headquarters
Are There Seminars This Time Around?
Yes! You can see a full schedule of seminars and panels online via the show's website.
What About Exhibitors?
There will be a ton of exhibits this year! You can see a full list online via the show's website.
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