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Following a successful debut at EFTTEX, Icross Flyfishing is already planning to extend its horizons. The Swedish-based company is the developer of the Icross, a craft that has been designed to get anglers safely and nimbly across the water. It is now looking ahead to exhibiting at ICAST, the world’s largest fishing tackle trade show, […]The post EFTTEX newcomer Icross now has US market in its sights appeared first on Angling International.
Norwegian-based Navico – the world’s largest manufacturer of marine electronics – has today announced a merger with C-MAP, the leading supplier of digital navigational products. It has joined a stable of strong brands in the Navico li... ..., Simrad and B&G. “This merger is an incredible opportunity to drive innovation in the marine industry […]The post Navico Group announces merger with C-MAP appeared first on Angling International.
One of the UK’s most iconic lure brands is set to make its debut at the world’s largest fishing tackle trade show next month. And one of the reasons for its optimism of breaking into the US markets is a competition in Martha’s Vineyard that included the former US President, Bill Clinton. Eddystone Eels MD […]The post Iconic UK lure brand Eddystone to take on US market appeared first on Angling International.
News The Keys are one of 21 global fishing meccas to be featured June 23 on the World Fishing day 24-hour livestream An unprecedented, unique livestream event call World Fishing Day will feature Florida's Keys as one of 21 fishing meccas around the world.
French sporting goods retailer Decathlon, which markets the Caperlan fishing tackle range, plans to sell only own brands in the future. According to sports trade journal, SportEco, the global chain has informed several major brand suppliers of the move. These include tackle and gear from many of the world’s top manufacturers, including Daiwa, Pure Fishing, […]The post Decathlon to sell own brand goods only in stores appeared first on Angling International.
Travel Surprising wins and wrenching losses in the world of tournament fishing Tournament fishing is a roller-coaster ride of fabulous weigh-in moments and tragic near wins turned losses.
A new transnational e-commerce website, committed to supplying Japanese fishing tackle all over the world, has been launched. The Asian Portal Co. Ltd. has introduced ‘Asian Portal Fishing’ and claims to sell more than 200,000 items from almost 300 Japanese manufacturers, including Daiwa, Shimano, Gamakatsu and Megabass. “We offer a large number of products to […]The post e-commerce site set up to sell Japanese fishing tackle appeared first on Angling International.
Gander Outdoors stores across the US are set to be used as Recreational Vehicles (RV) sales dealerships. Marcus Lemonis, CEO of Camping World, owner of the country’s largest RV sales network, and the group which has bought the locations of the bankrupt outdoor sports and fishing tackle retailer, formerly known as Gander Mountain, revealed his […]The post Gander Outdoors to include RV dealerships on site appeared first on Angling International.
The home of Hardy & Greys, one of the most famous tackle brands in the world, has come under threat for a second time. A bid to build 100 homes on the site occupied by the UK-based company has been refused. But an earlier proposal to develop the land for residential purposes will go to […]The post Hardy & Greys home under threat for second time appeared first on Angling International.
Boat owners around the world continue to buzz about the unique features of Raymarine’s Axiom and Axiom Pro multi-function displays – primarily their fast and fluid LightHouse 3 operating system, along with their powerful CHIRP D... ...IRP, RealVision 3D and 1kW CHIRP sonar capabilities. Now, owners of Raymarine’s popular eS and gS […]The post Upgrade to the latest Raymarine OS and Sonar tech appeared first on Angling International.