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Trade visitors to EFTTEX in June will be able to pick up the latest issue of Fishing & Travel magazine, the quarterly publication aimed at anglers seeking new fishing hot spots around the globe. If you... ...wait until then, the issue is also available to view online by clicking here. This is the […]The post New issue of Fishing & Travel is now available online appeared first on Angling International.
Emerging Chinese brand, Weihai Crony Fishing Tackle, has added new sales partners to its network following successful trade show appearances. The award-winning rod manufacturer has signed agreements with Kenny’s Tackle Shop, of the Philippines, Qatar-based Blue Whale Marine, and Al-Fuqaei Trading & Contracting, of Oman, after meeting representatives of the companies at last year’s GCG […]The post Crony signs up new distribution partners appeared first on Angling International.
Danish fishing tackle manufacturer, Westin, has warned the trade to be on the alert for an alleged counterfeit jighead, bearing its familiar Viking logo, that he be... ...zer, has used the Westin Screwin jighead for its mould, but has ‘forgotten […]The post Westin warns trade over ‘fake’ jighead bearing its logo appeared first on Angling International.
Carl Liederman, President of Captain Harry’s Tackle, based in Miami, Florida, understands the dilemma faced by small independent retail stores when it comes to attending ICAST, the world’s largest recreational fishing trade show. He said: “Solving the issue of leaving their business is difficult for them, but there are many plusses which make it worthwhile.” […]The post Top retailer identifies three reasons to attend ICAST appeared first on Angling International.
Australia’s fishing tackle trade association has backed its government’s revised plans for marine parks which recognises recreational fishing’s contribution to conservation. The Australian Fishing Tackle Association (AFTA) has haile... ...ts of the country which pose no threat to recreational fishing in the areas. A spokesman for […]The post Australian tackle industry hails new Marine Parks Plan appeared first on Angling International.
The American Fly Fishing Trade Association and Cheeky Fishing have partnered in coordination with the upcoming Cheeky Schoolie Tournament. AFFTA has pledged to donate $1 for every 5-inches of striped bass caught, released and recorded, up to $1,500 and Cheeky … more →
The winner of the best freshwater lure award at this year’s Big Rock Sports West distributor show, the LIVETARGET BaitBall Spinner Rig, continued a proud tradition of successes for the Canadian-based manufacturer. Already established as a serial winner at ICAST – the world’s largest recreational fishing trade show – the latest prize is arguably the […]The post LIVETARGET BaitBall Spinner Rig is a winner appeared first on Angling International.
The Boise Center in Boise, Idaho has been named the site for the 2018 FFI Fly Fishing Fair and Fishfest. The event will be held August 7-11 and will feature a consumer trade show, workshops, demonstrations and seminars. Read more … more →
Serial award winners, American Tackle, were at it again at China Fish last week. The company, winner of awards at three of the world’s top trade shows in recent years, capped another successful appearance at China Fish by winning the tackle accessory category with its Black Titanium Guides. “Winning an award was the icing on […]The post Award caps ‘outstanding’ show for American Tackle 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.