New to this year’s Sportsman Show
There are lots of cool things to see at The 2019 Great Alaska Sportsman Show. To start, Three Bears Alaska is coming to the show for the first time and they are bringing great deals and great products, including guns! That’s right, Three Bears Alaska will have guns at the show. They’ll also be offering all the items Alaskans need for processing your sport caught catch or game from LEM Products, Bradley Smoker and more. Visit booths 135-139 on the main floor of the Sullivan Arena for great deals from this great, local Alaska retailer.
Some Alaskans have been at the fishing and hunting game so long here in Alaska that they are looking for something different and that is why this year’s show is bringing a couple new outfitters from across the globe including Acute Angling who provide peacock bass fishing trips in the Amazon. Rolling Bones Outfitters is a business matching hunters to their ideal hunt across the country and internationally. Visit with them at the Sportsman Show.
Still, there’s no better place to play than Alaska, so check out the new toy haulers at Camper Valley RV made by Outdoors RV. They are true four-season toy haulers with all kinds of features perfect for Alaska. Most notable are the offroad chassis, wheel shocks, R29 insulation and thermal windows. These are toy haulers built for Alaska.
An absolute must see is the exciting ROXOR offroad vehicle at Alaska Mining & Diving’s indoor booth (410-414). ROXORs, made for both work and play, stand apart with features like a steel body on a boxed steel frame, turbo-diesel 4 cylinder engine, 5-speed automotive manual transmission and wheels, tires, and brakes far larger than other choices. It’s a heavy-duty, durable machine with towing as its super power.
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Cover Caption: Breanna Gillham, from Sterling, AK, has been hunting and fishing with her family since before she could walk. She cought her first silver on her own at age 3 during a family fishing trip in Resurrection Bay. Her family is very proud to pass along the love of the outdoors to both their girls and look forward to many more years enjoying the outdoor lifestyle Alaska blesses us with every year. Photo submitted by Tony Gillham.
Inset Photos from Top to Bottom: 3-year-old Joslynn Moody fishing for pike. Photo by Dan Moody. This Prince William Sound black bear from 2018 was taken by Christopher Eule, age 10. Photo by James Eule. Sockeye salmon caught by subsistence net. The mighty fishermen from left to right are: Hazel (age 8), Augustine (age 5) and Max (age 4).Photo by Cameron Metzgar.