June 2020: IN THIS ISSUE:
World starts fishing again
Although EFTTEX ICAST, IFTD and other key industry events have been shelved until next year, there is light on the horizon for the global tackle trade as many countries have eased restrictions and allowed fishing to resume.
A number of countries had deemed angling “non-essential” until now and had banned people from picking up a fishing rod and yet it is easy to obey social-distancing rules, get some exercise and enjoy nature.
It is also vital to ensure the fishing tackle economy doesn’t collapse completely.
Edigrafica has you covered
If you need display stands, show booth designs or marketing materials, the Italian experts can help you out.
Westin says rods getting even better
The Scandinavian brand’s rods have been given the TORAYCA treatment, meaning they are better than ever.
Doing Business With… The Czech Republic
Standing as a gateway between western and eastern Europe, the Czech Republic is a great market to consider selling tackle to.
Why anglers matter when it comes to design
How Mustad’s new global product manager Enrico Parmeggiani is using his angling experience to develop the best tackle possible.
Navigating uncharted waters
Rapala VMC Corporation’s new president, Nicolas Warchalowski, explains how he is steadying the ship in difficult global waters.
Spotlight On… Hooks
The ultimate connection between angler and fish, there are so many patterns and designs out there, what should you be stocking?