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STREET SMART: URBAN ANGLING GETS ACTIVE
Nov10

STREET SMART: URBAN ANGLING GETS ACTIVE

A growing worldwide interest in one’s health, wellbeing and physical fitness has led to the emergence of a new breed of active anglers. These anglers are hitting the streets in search of urban fishing opportunities, while at the same time enjoying some fresh air and exercise. Rapala’s recently released Urban Series of bags, packs and other luggage devices is designed specifically for these technical street anglers. The Urban Classic...

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MOBULA HIGH FLYERS
Nov09

MOBULA HIGH FLYERS

The top 10 reasons to buy a mobula fishing drone. 1 Powerful Payload The Mobula drone can carry a massive payload of nearly 8lb (3.5kg). For big fish like marlin, swordfish and tuna, you need big baits. Trying to fish with a typical, non-waterproof drone might work for small fish but only the Mobula can carry heavy baits for long distances. The bottom line is, if you want to catch huge fish, you need a drone with a powerful payload. ...

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FISHING BUSINESS DESTROYED
Nov08

FISHING BUSINESS DESTROYED

As reported in the USA, Dale Bailey, owner of DB’s Bait & Tackle, has seen his home and business destroyed by Hurricane Irma, the second time that’s happened in 13 years. “I can handle it mentally better this time. It’s not as stressful this time,” Dale said, 11 days after the storm gutted DB’s at 640 South Orange Avenue in Bartow, and his adjacent home. “I would say Hurricane Charley was way worse.” That’s not to say Irma was...

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Simms Fishing Announces Leadership Change
Nov07

Simms Fishing Announces Leadership Change

Casey Sheahan Joins Team in New CEO Role BOZEMAN, Mont. – Simms Fishing Products announced Friday that Casey Sheahan will join the company in the newly-created role of CEO. K.C. Walsh, majority owner, and longtime Simms President, will transition into a role as the company’s Executive Chairman. Walsh is enthusiastic about the transition, and what it means for the company moving forward. In a phone interview Friday, he shared that one...

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ENCOURAGING NEWS ON YOUNGSTERS
Nov07

ENCOURAGING NEWS ON YOUNGSTERS

Sales of junior fishing licences across England and Wales have received a welcome boost over the summer, according to the latest figures from the Environment Agency. The figures reveal that sales increased by 25.7 per cent from 2016/17. Figures increased from 52,117 at the end of 2016/17 to 65,487 as of August 21st, 2017. The increase in sales is welcomed by the Environment Agency, which highlighted the challenge of attracting juniors...

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