The Oklahoma wildlife department puts on an annual wildlife expo to try and garner more interest in the outdoors. Many many booths are set up detailing the myriad things one can do in the outdoors, and many educational booths. I plan to do a roughfishing/microfishing booth this year to give a counterpoint to the bow fishing booth. I hope to have a couple posters printed showing photos of some of our standard and micro species, and have some of my equipment and rigs set out for people to see. I also may try to put together a short video loop or loop of photos showcasing our native species and that they can be fun to catch.
With all that said, I would love to poll this group for advice on things that I should consider doing/adding, so that I can reach the most people. In the past, this expo averages over 50k attendees on a 3 day weekend so there is some potential to educate.
Any advise is definitely appreciated. I will be a man alone, with 2 popular bowfishing booths set up nearby to compete with, and almost no other "roughfishers"in this state. Should be interesting