For the 4th time, the hunting and fishing expo WILD & FISCH represents a meeting point of the industry in southwestern Germany. At an exhibition surface of roughly 5,000 m², more than 70 exhibitors will present their products and innovations to huntsmen, foresters, fishermen, dog handlers and outdoor fans.
Thanks to the perfect geographical situation within the border triangle, the number of visitors from France and Switzerland is rising each year. The topic of the WILD & FISCH perfectly complements the expo FORST live, an international demoshow for forestry technology. In total, more than 32,000 visistors will benefit from the 3 days of the fair to get information and make purchasing decisions.
Get advise about your personal highlight and discover the fascinating world of experiences within a great atmosphere with actions and exciting presentations that are partly organised by numerous institutions from Germany, France and Switzerland.
The expo WILD & FISCH is supported by:
Date: 08.04. - 10.04.2022
Opening hours: daily from 9.00am - 5.30pm
Where: Messe Offenburg
Entrance Fees: Dayticket: 10 EUR
WILD & FISCH 2020 tickets that have already been purchased remain valid.
After the WILD & FISCH was postponed to 2021 due to the Corona pandemic, we now have to cancel with great regret also the WILD & FISCH planned for April 16-18.
The ongoing lockdown, as well as the unforeseeable development of mutations, significantly increases the market uncertainty for exhibitors and visitors. "Based on the current situation, we have re-evaluated the feasibility of the event and unfortunately come to the conclusion that we will not be able to hold FORST live with WILD & FISCH on its traditional date. Our customers, partners and employees trust us. They can have this trust even in critical situations," emphasizes trade fair managing director Sandra Kircher. "We made this decision with a heavy heart, but the current market uncertainty does not allow for any alternative assessment. Clarity and the ability to plan are important goods for us here," says project manager Volker Matern, underlining the situation.