After the cancellation of all of the 2021 Fly Fishing Shows, we were eagerly awaiting this year’s run of shows, however, the first show in the series has been pushed back to April 22-24, 2022 in response to the spike in COVID infections in the country. The decision was made early last week, less than 2 weeks before the event was to take place.
“Fly fishing product manufacturers, exhibitors, small businesses, speakers, fly tiers, casting instructors, seminar leaders and other participants were nearly unanimous in the decision to move the Marlborough Fly Fishing Show dates from Jan. to April,” said Fly Fishing Showrunner Ben Furimsky.
However, the show will go on as the Fly Fishing Show team has confirmed that the January 28-30 show in Edison, NJ will go on as planned!
The Fly Fishing Show team also spoke about their COVID-19 protocols for upcoming shows, saying, “We will follow all national, state, and local health protocols related to COVID-19 at the time of the show. We recommend following all CDC guidelines in terms of mask-wearing and vaccination. We strongly encourage staff and attendees to stay home if they are sick or have any symptoms of COVID-19, and to get tested for COVID-19.”
You can read more about the show cancellation, here!