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Electronics giant, Garmin, the supplier of the award-winning New Force Trolling Motor – reported record revenue of $3.758 billion for 2019. For the fourth quarter, the group posted total revenue of $1.102 billion, of which its marine division contributed $115.779m – up 22% from the $94.652m of the previous comparable quarter. Cliff Pemble, President and […]The post Electronics giant Garmin reports record revenue for 2019 appeared first on Angling International.
Jenny Gordillo – the face of fishing at Costa Sunglasses – has left the company. Angling International learned the news amid reports in the local Florida business press of swathing jobs cuts at the company following the merger of its parent, Essilor, with fellow sunglasses powerhouse, Luxottica. The deal brings a number of famous eyewear brands […]The post Jenny Gordillo leaves Costa as it ‘cuts 295 jobs’ appeared first on Angling International.
Warren Doyle reports on another successful Tronixpro Irish Winter Shore Angling Festival which was held over the last weekend in January. The last weekend in January sees the cream of the Shore Angling fraternity converge on the tiny hamlet ofThe post The Tronixpro 32nd Irish Winter Shore Angling Festival appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
Japanese tackle giant, Shimano, reported a 4.4% increase in sales in 2019 compared to the previous year, with its fishing division recording a 3.4% uplift. The bicycle components and tackle supplier saw combined sales of 363,230m yen, with 72,838m contributed by its much smaller fishing division. It reported steady tackle sales from its domestic market […]The post Shimano reports 3.4% uplift in fishing tackle sales in 2019 appeared first on Angling International.
Brunswick Corporation, owner of the Lund, Bayliner, Lowe, Princecraft and Thunderjet fishing boat brands, as well as marine engine manufacturer, Mercury, has reported net sales of $4.108m for the year ending December 31, 2019, down from $4.121m in 2018. Operating earnings for the year were $471m. Sales in 2018 included $49.4m relating to Sport Yacht […]The post Brunswick Corporation reports sales slide in 2019 appeared first on Angling International.
February 2: George and Ray after a fun day offshore stayed on land today and chose a fabulous Nature Tour with Freddy at Hacienda Baru a Tour that our guests rave about. February 1: George and Ray headed offshore with their daughter and boyfriend with Captain Elvis and had a splendid day out on theRead More...The post Costa Rica Fishing Reports – February 2020 appeared first on Quepos Fishing Packages.
The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) – the organisation tasked with growing participation in the two leisure pursuits in the US – has highlighted three new reports to help the industry grow its audience. “It’s been known for years now that fishing and boating ar... ...ing more diverse than ever before,” says David Rodgers, Communications Manager for […]The post RBFF reports offer guidance on where to find new anglers appeared first on Angling International.
Popular British saltwater species like cod could be wiped out as a result of climate change, according to a new study by marine scientists. The Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership, which authored the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) study, reports that increasingly warm and acidic oceans are inhospitable for the cold-water fish […]The post Climate change ‘putting UK saltwater species at risk’ appeared first on Angling International.
January 9 Janet Geiger husband Lonnie their 2 boys spent a half day inshore with captain Arturo (Chompy) filling the cooler with mackerel for dinner back at Hermosa Palms January 8 Marie Beneviste went inshore half day with captain Ronnie and despite missing a huge Roosterfish, did get a bunch of jacks so everyone wasRead More...The post Costa Rica Fishing Reports – January 2020 appeared first on Quepos Fishing Packages.
Mayfly Outdoors, the parent company of Abel Reels, Ross Reels and Airflo, has promoted Craig Baker to President and CEO. SGB Update reports that Baker, Mayfly’s VP of Business Development since 2015, will assume the role effective immediately. Prior to Mayfly, Baker was the Category Manager of Polaris Industries’ RZR Accessories business. During his graduate […]The post Mayfly Outdoors promotes Baker to President and CEO appeared first on Angling International.