Fred Hall Show returns next week to San Diego

The 41-year-old Fred Hall Show in San Diego will open next Thursday.
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The 41-year-old Fred Hall Show in San Diego will open next Thursday at the Del Mar Fairgrounds and continue through March 26.

Organizers said the event is one of San Diego’s largest fishing, outdoor recreation and boat shows. The show features nearly 500 booths and hundreds of boats, vehicles, campers and RVs.

More than 200 outdoor recreation seminars will take place during the four days of the show. Family activities will take place inside and outside over nearly a million square feet of indoor and outdoor space.

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