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Gear New clothing and eyewear introductions from popular brands Numerous companies debuted new sunglasses and fishing apparel at the 2018 ICAST fishing tackle trade show last week in Orlando.
AFTCO is making its first move into freshwater fishing on its 60th anniversary. The Californian company, owned and operated by three generations of the Shedd family and a huge brand in saltwater, is initially launching a range of bass fishing clothing. It has also announced the formation of the AFTCO Freshwater Pro Team that includes […]The post Casey Shedd confirms AFTCO’s move into freshwater appeared first on Angling International.
Realtree, the camo clothing company, has teamed up with longstanding partner, Academy Sports + Outdoors, to launch the store’s new Magellan brand of apparel and accessories. The Magellan Outdoors Camo Collection features both i... ...tterns designed primarily by Realtree. The range covers men, women and children and is exclusively […]The post Realtree teams up with Sports Academy + Outdoors appeared first on Angling International.
Winner Outfitters Mummy Sleeping Bag with Compression Sack, It’s Portable and Lightweight for 3-4 Season Camping, Hiking, Traveling, Backpacking and Outdoor Activities
About Winner Outfitters Winner Outfitters is outdoor gear and clothing manufacturers. We tailer-developed a popular hammock for Amazon( search Winner Outfitters double hammock or B01GCKAPLK to learn more) This new model of sleeping bag is another product we tailer made.... ...nner Outfitters Mummy Sleeping Bag with Compression Sack, It’s Portable and Lightweight for 3-4 Season Camping, Hiking, Traveling, Backpacking and Outdoor Activities appeared first on JerseyCatch.com.
Voormi’s River Run Hoodie is a great piece of clothing to add to your outdoor wardrobe. “It’s a wonderful piece underneath chest waders while fly fishing,” writes Justin Housman, and “If gets sopping wet, it dries out in mere moments.” … more →
Chris Seipio is the new Western Canada sales representative for R.L. Winston Rod Company and Bauer Fly Reels. Seipio, who is with the CPO Agency, has extensive knowledge of retail management and buying and was national sales manager for a major European clothing line with more than 250 accounts. At CPO he has experience in […]The post New Western Canada rep for R.L. Winston and Bauer appeared first on Angling International.
Wildlife Research Scent Killer Gold Spray with Hunt Dry Technology. Apply it, Dry it and Go Hunt. -Formulated for maximum performance after it dries so you don’t have to hunt with wet clothing. With Hunt Dry technology you can spray it onto your clothing – hours, days, or weeks before you hunt.With Hunt Dry Technology/Apply […]The post Wildlife Research Scent Killer Gold Spray Combo Pack, 44-Ounce appeared first on Jerseycatch.com.
Gear Tackle-and-clothing manufacturer pledges to conservation the $42,000 saved by its bare-bones booth at ICAST trade show. Tackle-and-clothing manufacturer pledges to conservation the $42,000 saved by its bare-bones booth at ICAST trade show.
Pelican, the manufacturer of packaging, protective cases and portable lighting, has signed a long-term partnership with camo clothing brand Realtree. Realtree announced a new fishing range in January and, after years of discussions, Pelican signed as a Realtree licensee this year. Pelican already offers some products in Realtree Xtra Green. Both companies are exhibiting at […]The post Pelican signs partnership deal with Realtree appeared first on Angling International.
A famous name in foul weather fishing clothing will be making its bow at EFTTEX, looking to build on its success in Europe. Grundéns has a 90-year history of providing waterproof protection to commercial fishermen working in the toughest environments across the world. Two years ago, it launched apparel for sport fishing that is now […]The post EFTTEX Countdown: famous name in apparel to make show debut appeared first on Angling International.