Palmetto Sportsmen’s Classic is next weekend

The 2019 Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic is March 22 - 24, and will be the biggest one ever.

This will be the biggest PSC ever

The Palmetto Sportsmen’s Classic is just around the corner. Next weekend, March 22, 23 and 24 at the South Carolina State Fairgrounds in Columbia, this year’s Classic will be the biggest ever.

With over 350 vendors featuring outdoor-related products that run the gamut from fishing gear, outdoor cooking goods, to landscaping equipment, ATVs and boats, this show features something for everyone.

Scavenger hunts, face painting, the fishing pond, the SCDNR’s Take One Make One trailer, the NWTF BB gun range. And many other youth activities will keep the kids entertained. And funnel cakes, fried Snickers, corndogs, and other fair foods will bring smiles to everyone’s taste buds.

Carolina Sportsman will be in booth 305

The fishing pond will be stocked for kids of all ages.

Demonstrations on turkey calling, fishing, coyote trapping, and chainsaw carvings will keep show-goers entertained. And on Saturday, the S.C. Youth Bass Fishing Championship weigh-in will take place.

We’d love to name all the great vendors and activities that will take place next weekend. But it’s just too many to list. Plus, it’s much more fun to see it all for yourself!

And while you’re there, stop by our booth (305) in the Cantey Building to renew your subscription, start a new one, or to share your best hunting/fishing stories. If you’re getting a deer scored, please bring it by to show us.

And if you’re a vendor at the show, we’d love for you to stop by and share info on your products so we can share with our readers. Give Bret Holten a call for more information at 843-442-7250.

We’ll see ya at the Classic!

Brian Cope
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Brian Cope of Edisto Island, S.C., is a retired Air Force combat communications technician. He has a B.A. in English Literature from the University of South Carolina and has been writing about the outdoors since 2006. He’s spent half his life hunting and fishing. The rest, he said, has been wasted.