Batson debuts 25-year anniversary catalogue at ICAST

Rod blank and component supplier Batson Enterprises will be unveiling its 25th anniversary master rod building catalogue during ICAST 2024 this month.

The show is a great forum to sit down face to face with the team and browse the vast number of products the company takes to events.

Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest town of Sequim, Washington, Batson Enterprises is the largest wholesale supplier of fishing rod blanks and rod building components in the United States.

Wholly family-owned and operated and employing 25 dedicated in-house team members to ensure rod builders and dealers have access to its selection of 500 blanks including the Rainshadow range and 5,000 different ALPS/Forecast rod building components, boasting old-fashioned customer service combined with the highest quality products.

CEO Bill Batson said: “Have you ever looked at your collection of fishing rods and wanted better? Maybe you are looking for lighter components, a hard-to-find combination of length and power, or a grip configuration designed specifically for you.

“If rods customised for your type of fishing sound intriguing, we would like to invite you into the world of Batson Enterprises. Batson is a premier wholesale supplier of rod blanks and components to the fishing industry.

“Our wholesale-only distribution model does not mean you have to be a pro to reach out to us. We are always happy to consult with charters, guides, and individual anglers needing rods built for their specific needs. Batson also has a vast network of quality rod builders that can create any type of rod in any quantity needed.

“For 25 years, Batson has delivered on its promise to provide high-performance products, robust inventory management, and competitive pricing that allows fishing rod creators to provide the world’s best anglers with the rods they need to win tournaments and get clients hooked into fish.”

Batson Enterprises will be at ICAST on Booth #1830. Call +1 360 681 2381 to set up a meeting with CEO Bill Batson.