The meet featured more than 125 booths displaying a wide range of camping, hunting, fishing and other outdoor equipment.
Doors for the event opened at 10 a.m. and closed at 4 p.m.; this year the meet benefits the Arc of the Ozarks.
The Arc is a local non-profit organization that supports individuals as they live, learn and work in the community. Arc programs include; residential services, day habitation, employment supports, programming for those with autism and dual diagnosis, training and education, and recreational therapy.
In addition to vendor booths the meet included fun activities for children and seminar sessions for those interested in learning more about hunting and fishing topics.
Admission was $5 at the door for those 12 and older.