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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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Valta spearheads Mustad’s push in Pacific Asia region

Nov 15 15:31, 2019

Mustad has recruited former Rapala VMC Corporation executive Aku Valta to head its newly reorganised sales and distribution operation in Asia. Valta, who spent nearly 20 years in senior management positions with the Finnish tackle giant, has been appointed General Manager of Mustad’s newly formed AP...

Angling journalist releases new book on pike fishing

Nov 15 15:26, 2019

Angling International‘s Denmark correspondent, Jens Bursell, has published a book about pike fishing. The well-known biologist, angling journalist and photographer has released Pike Fever, which is available in four languages – English, German, Swedish and Danish. It is being distributed by Westin F...

Abramis unveils product launches for new 2020 season

Nov 13 23:38, 2019

Top Polish fishing tackle supplier Abramis – owner of the popular Mikado brand – unveiled its new products for the 2020 season at a series of presentations to its retailers and distributors across Europe. Among an impressive line-up of all types of tackle for the new season was the launch of its new...

Energofish wins big with five awards at Ponty Show

Nov 13 23:33, 2019

Hungarian fishing tackle manufacturer Energofish, a winner at this year’s EFTTEX trade show, has also proved a hit with anglers, taking five awards at last weekend’s Ponty Carp Show in its home country. The event, held at the Hungexpo in Budapest, attracted more than 13,000 anglers – an increase of ...

Bass Pro Shops relocates more jobs from Cabela’s base

Nov 11 20:51, 2019

Bass Pro Shops’ decision to relocate 118 jobs from its Cabela’s operation in Sidney to its own headquarters in Springfield, Missouri, has come as a further blow to the small Nebraskan town. Cabela’s home in Sidney once employed some 2,000 people at its peak, almost a third of the town’s entire popul...

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