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Angling International

The independent global tackle trade magazine. Retailers, this is where you hear about new product first. Manufacturers, this is where you announce your latest launches and showcase your catalogues.

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Hugelmeyer succeeds Dammrich as NMMA President

May 22 16:14, 2019

The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) has appointed Frank Hugelmeyer, a veteran of the outdoor recreation industry, as President. He succeeds Thom Dammrich, who announced his retirement last year. Hugelmeyer has been President of the RV Industry Association since 2015 and before that ...

G. Loomis Blue Series rods in East Coast tackle stores

May 21 15:38, 2019

The new IMX-PRO Blue Series saltwater rods from G. Loomis are now in tackle shops along the East Coast of the US.. The rods are available in four spinning and six casting models for both inshore and light-duty offshore fishing. Built around the company’s multi-taper technology, which focuses on weig...

Angling heads meet new UK Fisheries Minister

May 20 15:32, 2019

The UK Government’s new Fisheries Bill was high on the agenda when representatives of the Angling Trust met with recently-appointed Fisheries Minister, Robert Goodwill, last week. The Trust, which represents anglers in England, is hopeful that recreational sea angling will be formally recognised in ...

Fishing tackle comes within sight of China export tariffs

May 17 19:38, 2019

Fishing tackle has come within the sights of the Trump administration with most items of gear being subject to the next proposed round of tariffs. Earlier this month the office of the US Trade Representative (USTR) released a list of imported Chinese products that, if imposed, would be subject to Se...

US Secretary of State underlines support for recreational fishing and takes a swipe at China over tariffs

May 17 15:19, 2019

US Secretary of State Wilbur Ross yesterday underlined his department’s support of the fishing and boating industries – and took a swipe at China over tariffs. Addressing the American Boating Congress in Washington D.C., he told delegates that he understood the importance of their business to the ec...

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