Sea angling, pike angling, fly fishing and the art of baiting are just a few topics that are covered by the FISCH & ANGEL exhibition. But they are typical for the topic range that is presented. It is all about sport angling at FISCH & ANGEL at the Westfalenhallen Dortmund Exhibition Centre. Experts, beginners and experienced hobbyists can obtain information at the many exhibitor stands, further their knowledge and get an overview of the wide product range on offer.
Visitor surveys revealed: The most sought-after products at FISCH & ANGEL are angling accessories, fishing rods and angling clothing. The active anglers among the exhibition visitors were mainly interested in predator fishing, followed by non-predator fishing and sea fishing.
Practical angling tips
The FISCH & ANGEL fishing forum offers practical angling lectures. Europe-wide renowned experts show trends on the bait market within the scope of ‘The Art of Baiting’ topic at the Westfalenhallen Dortmund Exhibition Centre. The still-water biotope provides them with a realistic ambience and is specifically installed for live demonstrations in the halls.
The casting area of FISCH & ANGEL allows visitors to try their own fly-fishing skills – and learn tricks from professionals. The exhibition also covers angling trips. Destinations are introduced and equipment and tips for the next angling trip are also part of the exhibition offer of FISCH & ANGEL.
Nature topics for children
Fischereiverband NRW e. V., the North Rhine Westphalian Fishing Association, as supporting organisation of FISCH & ANGEL, aims to bring children closer to nature again. It is therefore not surprising that the association regularly offers informative nature topics at the show.
Fish freshly prepared
It goes without saying that FISCH & ANGEL also offers a tasting experience. The tasty preparation of fish is a must at such an exhibition.
FISCH & ANGEL is co-located with JAGD & HUND, Europe’s largest hunting exhibition. Enjoy the wide offer.
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