Wednesday, December 28, 2011

New in 2012! Musk ox sponsored by Cabela's

Show attracts Canada’s BEST Fishing & Hunting

The All-Canada Show, visiting mid-America’s largest cities, will feature Canada’s top fishing and hunting destinations. The 29th annual event also includes free seminars, free maps and travel guides, a free magazine with features and tips on Canadian adventures, free Cabela’s hunting simulator and, on opening night, a free Dardevle collector lure.

Adventurers interested in traveling to Canada will find a wide variety of destinations including canoe outfitters, drive in resorts, remote fly-in outposts, 5-star fly-in lodges and hunting outfitters. The shows website lists exhibitors in each market including links to their websites. Go to for details.
The show is also a resource for planning the perfect adventure.

“The key to a successful Canadian trip is proper planning,” says the show’s owner Jennifer Young, “That’s the whole premise of the All-Canada Show – we have everything you need to plan your trip. The opportunity for show guests to talk, face-to-face, with the owners and operators of these lodges…greatly improves their chances of a successful adventure.”

Show staff and featured speaker Norm “the Great” McCreight use their combined 80 years fishing and hunting expertise on the show’s seminar stage to educate consumers. These informational presentations offer insight into selecting for the perfect destination, choosing the right lodge plan, crossing the border, plus tips on saving money and wilderness safety.

Young also noted, “There are some misconceptions out there about trips to Canada, the biggest being that it is expensive. Our show does host some of the finest lodges and resorts anywhere in the world, but there are also many housekeeping lodges and camps offering fabulous fishing that are very affordable.”

“If you like Canada, there’s plenty to keep you occupied at the show,” she said, “Although the primary purpose of the show is to select the perfect destination for your adventure, we also offer a variety of information, attractions and entertainment to aid in the process and create a real Canadian atmosphere.”
For a discount coupon and complete details on the All-Canada Show go to:

Other show features include:

Musk Ox Mount from High Arctic Lodge presented by Cabela’s. This 800 pound musk ox was taken in September 2011 in Nunavut. Musk ox have been around this earth for over 150,000 years. They are the only prehistoric animals who haven’t adapted since the Ice Age. They lived with saber tooth tigers, wooly mammoths, Megaloceros, and Mastodons. Come to the show and bring your kids to see one up close and personal….don’t miss it.

Norm “The Great” McCreight—This icon of the All-Canada Show will talk
hunting and fishing in his beloved Canada at his daily seminars and may even throw in a few hockey comments. Updated seminar schedules will be posted on the All-Canada website:

Meet 2008 DU International Artist of the Year—Anthony J. Padgett, rated in the top 10wildlife artists in the United States, will be present during all show hours in the gallery at the show. Padgett painted “Locked at Lac Seul,” the original artwork of two trophy moose near Lac Seul, Ontario.

Eppinger night—Opening night every paid admission will receive a free collector Eppinger Dardevle, one of the best lures to take along on your Canadian fishing trip. Throughout the show, children between the ages of 8 and 16 will receive a free mini-Dardevle with a paid admission.

‘Locked at Lac Seul’ presented by Cabela’s is back by popular demand. This exhibit includes two trophy moose with original antlers locked in a duel to the death. The display is the largest of its kind in the world.

Other Attractions—The show’s traditional favorites are back: an authentic Canadian shore lunch (for an extra fee) in concessions, featuring Labatt Blue and a Free Cabela’s hunting simulator.

Free stuff—All show guests will receive a free copy of All-Canada Adventures
magazine (a $5.25 value) as well as maps and brochures from exhibitors and the All-Canada Show Travel Centre.

Prizes—Grand prize for all seven shows is an Anthony J. Padgett original artwork, plus $1,000 Cabela’s gift card. In addition All-Canada awards a vacation prize to Canada in every city including three days and four nights for two people, American Plan including all meals, boat, motor, gas, guide (two-day minimum) and tax.

Admission--Adults, $10; seniors and children (13-16), $8; and children 12 and under, free. For $2 off coupon and complete show details, log on to Buy tickets online and save 50% at

2012 All-Canada Show Schedule: St. Louis, St. Charles Convention Center, Jan. 6-8; Indianapolis, The Fountains, Carmel, Jan. 9-11; Chicago, Pheasant Run Resort, St. Charles, Jan. 12-15; Madison, Marriott Madison West Convention Center, Jan. 16-18; Milwaukee, Milwaukee County Sports Complex, Jan. 19-22; Green Bay, ShopKo Hall, Jan. 26-29; Minneapolis/St. Paul, Earle Brown Heritage Center, Minneapolis, Feb. 17-19.

Hours: St. Louis: 5-9 p.m., Friday; 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday. Chicago, Milwaukee and Green Bay: 5-9 p.m., Thursday; 3-9 p.m., Friday; 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday. Madison and Indianapolis: 5-9 p.m., Monday; 3-9 p.m., Tuesday and 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Wednesday (free lunch on Wednesday from 11 - 2 pm). Minneapolis: 3-9 p.m., Friday; 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday.

Sponsors--National sponsors in 2012 include Northwest Ontario, Canada, Cabela's, Labatt Blue, Yamaha Canada, Eppinger, Gates Taxidermy, Travel Manitoba, Anthony Padgett Gallery, and Spectra Print.

LIKE on Facebook: All Canada Show
Follow on Twitter: @allcanadashow
Subscribe at YouTube: All Canada Show

No comments:

Post a Comment