Houston Summer Boat Show, June 19 to 23, 2013
Houston Summer Boat Show on June 19 to 23 in Reliant Center features all kinds of watercraft including kayaks, recreation fishing boats and ski/wakeboarding boats, and pontoons. It is a good time to get some of the best boat deals. In addition, your family can explore boats keeping current with the current trends.
Attractions at the Houston Summer Boat Show include History Channel’s newest season hit series, Swamp People’s Troy Broussard. You can view his new gator-hunting airboat on display at Premier Yamaha Boating Center (space #1601). Troy will be on hand all day Saturday and Sunday for autographs and photos.
Back again this year is the Bass Tub, an educational, innovative fishing seminar on wheels. It is a unique 40-feet long, 5,000 gallon aquarium that transforms into a natural habitat for several species of bass. There will be casting demonstrations, giving the viewer the chance to see the fish and lure interaction clearly.
The goal of the BASSTUB is to educate people and get them excited about fishing. Chuck will share decades of knowledge with his audience to help them achieve their angling aspirations. Chuck teaches not only the basics, but he includes tricks of the trade to benefit even seasoned anglers. This is a great educational experience for the amateur and pro alike.
For the kids are the bubble runners, giant human hamster balls floating on water. You can spin, flip and roll on the water without getting wet. The balls are 5 feet, 5 inches that are used by all ages around the World. Once inside, the ball is filled with air you roll around like a hamster.
Another fun thing for kids at the Houston Summer Boat Show is the traditional Fish-O-Rama. Take a fishing trip indoors for rainbow trout. Fish-O-Rama is a great opportunity to introduce kids to the challenge of fishing for this hard-fighting and tasty fish. Kids of all ages can take their catch home with them or just take home the story of the big one that got away at the Houston Summer Boat Show.
So come by, grab one of the already baited fishing poles, and get ready to hook your own prize rainbow trout. Personnel are on hand to help with your catch. Anglers can keep or release their fish, and staff will even bag it for you to take home. Plan on hanging around the show a little longer? No problem; they can even keep your catch on ice until you are ready to reel it in for the day. Don’t miss your chance to hook ‘The Big Catch’.
Houston Summer Boat Show Details
Wednesday to Friday, June 19 – June 21: 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday, June 22: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday, June 23 – 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tickets: $10.00 for adults, $4.00 for children, 6-12. Kids 5 and under are free.
Payment: Only cash accepted at ticket windows. Ticket windows open 30 minutes prior to show opening and close 30 minutes prior to show closing.
Parking: Onsite parking at Reliant Center is $10.00 per day.
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Enjoy the show!