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When fishing tackle dealer Jeff Goldberg recommends ICAST to his fellow retailers he doesn’t do so lightly. His business, Fish307.com, in Lake George, New York, has been visiting the world’s largest trade show for 22 years. The event, says the owner and President, has played an important part in the growth of his company, which […]The post ICAST highly recommended by 22-times visitor appeared first on Angling International.
Steer clear of the show! That’s the advice of an ICAST regular when asked whether he would recommend fellow retailers visit the event. But Chase Marsocci, co-owner of Florida-based Fast Break Bait and Tackle and a fishing guide, admits that his unusual message to potential visitors to the show is said from a purely selfish […]The post Steer clear of ICAST and let me reap the benefits, says retailer appeared first on Angling International.
ICAST veteran Tony Murphy gives it to you straight when asked whether fishing tackle retailers should attend ICAST. The owner of The Saltwater Angler, based in Key West, Florida, says bluntly: “Why wouldn’t you go? You would be stupid not to. Anyone who is in the fishing tackle business needs to go to ICAST. It […]The post ICAST? You would be stupid not to go, says top retailer appeared first on Angling International.
Leading European retailer, JD Sports Fashions, the owner the Go Outdoors chain, has entered the US market with the $558 million acquisition of Finish Line. One of the largest retailers of premium, multi-branded athletic footwear, apparel and accessories in the United States, Finish Line trades from 556 stores across 44 states and Puerto Rico, in […]The post JD Sports enters US market with $558m acquisition appeared first on Angling International.
Large orders have already been taken by top UK tackle distributor, Leeda, following the appointment of its new distributor in Italy. The company says that it has seen multiple retailers take large orders across its brands, which includes Wychwood Game, Wychwood Carp, MAP and Leeda, in the short time it has been working with its […]The post Orders flow for Leeda after appointment of Italian partner appeared first on Angling International.
One of the UK’s fastest-growing fishing tackle retailers has a new man at the helm. Fishing Republic has announced the appointment of Stephen Kyriacou as Chief Operating Officer. Since December he has been coordinating various operational changes at the company put in place following an organisational review and has been leading the new management team […]The post Fishing Republic appoints new Chief Operating Officer appeared first on Angling International.
Around 90% of products at Leeda’s annual iceTackle* show in February were new for this year. So there was plenty for visiting retailers to consider for their shops. Angling International spoke to some of them about what caught their eye at the MK Dons Stadium, near the company’s headquarters in Milton Keynes, UK. “I was […]The post Retailers check out new products at Leeda’s IceTackle* appeared first on Angling International.
John Norris has a message for retailers who have not yet visited ICAST. “Get yourself to Orlando this year. You won’t regret it.” Norris, of Mark’s Outdoor Sports in Birmingham, Alabama, made his first trip to the world’s biggest trade show for the first time and is looking forward to a return in July. “Was […]The post Alabama retailer: first ICAST was a ‘tremendous experience’ appeared first on Angling International.
The new BOOYAH ToadRunner – which landed on retailers’ shelves this month – is differentiated from similar frog-like lures by its distinctive tail, which... ...it with great success in last year’s Bassmaster Elite tournament […]The post BOOYAH ToadRunner hits retailers’ shelves this month appeared first on Angling International.
Angling Direct, one of the U.K.’s fastest growing fishing tackle retailers, is looking to mainland Europe to continue its expansion. The group, which last week announced revenue for 2017 at an expectation-exceeding £30.2 million, an increase of 44%, is looking at growth opportunities in regions with similar angling techniques and fish species to that of […]The post Angling Direct looks to mainland Europe for further growth appeared first on Angling International.