Dear Exhibitors,

from April 8th - April 10th 2022, the expo WILD & FISCH will take place at the Exhibition Center Offenburg. In southwestern Germany, there is no further German-speaking trade fair that serves these topics.

And the numbers speak for themselves. Nearly 32,000 visitors came to the exhibition grounds of the traide fair for the double event WILD & FISCH and FORST live. With more than 400 exhibitors from the fields of forestry, hunting and fishing, the compound was as much occupied as never before.

Your advantage as an exhibitor is the purchasing power of the almost 32,000 visitors, the synergies of the themes and the combined entry price for both fairs. The expo WILD & FISCH is thereby published among the specific target groups of hunters and fishermen.

The exhibition is completed by an interesting program.

Topics like hunting, fishing, bow hunting and hawks attract professional visitors.

You have lectures or products that you would like to present?

Contact us and we will find the best possible form of presentation together.


Exhibitor Information Folder

Please find all important information of the trade fair WILD & FISCH 2020/2021 in the exhibitor information folder - with impressions of the trade fair, pictures and information on facts and figures. (in German)

Download (In German)

Facts & Figures


  • 260.000 forest owners in Baden-Württemberg
  • 40.681 hunting license holders in Baden-Württemberg
  • 53.000 organised fishermen in Baden-Württemberg

(source: DJV, Forstkammer BW, LRA Ortenaukreis und LFVB)

trinational meeting place for hunters & fishermen
  • the only hunting and fishing trade fair in Southern Baden 
  • more than 32,000 visitors thanks to the parallel expo FORST live
  • high target group overlap in the fields of hunting, fishing and forestry
  • strong target specific advertisement in the fields of hunting and fishing
  • two exhibitions - one entrance fee
  • entrance and access to the open air exhibition ground of the FORST live
  • very good transport connection
  • trinational catchment area (Germany, France, Switzerland)