Houston Boat Show lures anglers

Published online: Dec 02, 2011 News Boating Industry
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HOUSTON, Texas - The 56th Annual Houston International Boat, Sport and Travel Show is set to run Jan. 16 through Jan. 15 and will provide visitors with plenty of seminars and fishing demonstrations for kids and adults.

This year's boat show will feature free seminars and demonstrations by Team Evinrude member Clark Wendlandt as well as a 5,000 gallon "Bass Tub" aquarium with demonstrations by fishing experts.

Kid's exhibits at the 2012 show include an interactive fishing experience called Fish-O-Rama, Bubble Runners, a giant human hamster ball on the water and a seven-foot tall "Comic Bot" robot.

The 2012 Houston Boat Show is sponsored by Hyundai and will be giving a way a brand new 2012 Hyundai Elantra to one visitor.


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