The Central PA Outdoor & Sports Show sponsored by Carns and Mountain Extreme Powersports returns to the Clearfield County Fairgrounds this weekend, March 18-20.
Show organizers promise the biggest event in show history with over $15,000 in door prizes including a 2022 Polaris Sportsman 450 from Carns Powersports, a Howa 1500 Kryptek Camo rifle finished in 308 courtesy from Grice Gun Shop and a FOXPRO X1 digital game call courtesy of FOXPRO.
All weigh-ins will take place during the show in front of EXPO II.
The main speakers this year are the History Channel’s 100 Day Alaska Big Game Guide and SEUL Arctic Survival Specialist, Roland RockHouse Welker, Brad Lockwood of Love of the Hunt TV, PA Boyz Outdoors and predator hunter Jerry Lannen, Bigfoot Olympic Project researcher Amy Bue; and Appalachian Trail and Continental Divide hiker Scott McKenzie.
Other highlights included a cover-up seminar from Clearfield Co. Sheriff Mike Churner, Chief Deputy Rob Thomas and District Attorney Ryan Sayers. There will be an open forum on the North American CWD Project by Program Director John Eveland and United Sportsmen of PA and Buckmasters Antler Scoring by Edson Waite.
All will be amazed to have the opportunity to get up close and personal with one of the 50 giant amphibious utility vehicles in the United States, the Argo SHERP XT.
Beginning at 4 p.m. on Friday, the first 40 kids ages 6-12 through the door will receive a certificate for a free Spin cast rod from Jim’s Sports Center (one per family). The Susquehanna Valley Rod & Gun Club will host a trout fishing pond for the youngest.
Starting at 10 a.m. on Sunday, the first 50 entrants will receive a certificate for a Mossy Oak Outfitters Pen Light from Bob’s Army & Navy.
A few of the new providers include Case Knives, Quick Survive, Shoot for More/The Shot Assist, Cast Away Charters, and more. More than 100 vendors and exhibitors will be on display.
All attendees will receive a free entry coupon with paid entry each day to the event. All door prizes will be drawn at 3 p.m. on Sunday.
There will be food vendors, wineries, distilleries, chainsaw carving, blacksmithing and more.
Exhibition hours are Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the EXPO II building.