REVIEW: Line Taming Serum Line Memory Reducer

Want to stretch your dollar further or can’t seem to find a line that doesn’t have memory? I am always on the lookout for good deals or products that can help me with saving a few bucks. I recently came across Line Taming Serum made by John Adams from Tennessee. I figured if it works out well I could save Continue Reading

Feelfree US introduces Jonny Boats Bass 100

Feelfree US, LLC in conjunction with Joy Sports Co. Ltd, announced the introduction of Jonny Boats featuring the Bass 100, a customizable motor or human powered personal boat designed for outdoor recreational use. The Bass 100 borrows from the classic “Jon” boat concept, an open platform to build upon as they did in the “good ‘ol days”, when DIY (do-it-yourself) Continue Reading

Fishing for Big Salmon in Russia

Remote, harsh and full of mystery…this is the image that appears in people‘s minds when they hear about the legendary Kamchatka, located in the far eastern corner of Russia. However, it is not unusual for professional and amateur fisherman alike, to take on the challenges of exploring this land, mainly due to the famous King Salmon, native to Kamchatka‘s waters. Continue Reading

NEW: LIVETARGET ICT Injected Core Soft Plastics

LIVETARGET is changing the way soft plastics appear with their new ICT (Injected Core Technology) process. Let there be no doubt, soft plastic lures are effective fish tempters. Available in profiles ranging from simple to gaudy and colors that vary from muted to other-worldly, soft plastics are well-established staples in the arsenals of bass, walleye, and panfish anglers in fresh Continue Reading

Pure Fishing Sold to Clothing Retailers for $1.3 Billion

Newell Brands (NYSE:NWL) made substantial progress on its Accelerated Transformation Plan, designed to create a simpler, faster, stronger consumer-focused portfolio of leading brands and today announced that it has signed definitive agreements to sell two businesses, Pure Fishing and Jostens. Combined, these transactions are expected to contribute approximately $2.5 billion of after-tax proceeds, subject to customary working capital and other transaction Continue Reading

How to Find and Catch Crappie in Fall

Fall is feeding time for predators of every flavor, and crappie are in full-on gorging mode; keenly aware of winter’s lurking. Knowing this, Seaguar and Raymarine pro Troy Peterson knows that finding the food means finding crappie. The fish are mostly suspended this time of year, but dialing in the likely bait-holding areas helps him narrow the search. “We have Continue Reading

Z-Man Earns Esteemed President’s Award

Ladson, SC (October 30, 2018) – Pitman Creek Wholesale, LLC recently presented Z-Man Fishing Products, Inc. with its prestigious 2018 President’s Award. Announced during Pitman Creek’s annual fall dealer show, the President’s Award is bestowed to the fishing tackle manufacturer who achieves the highest levels of excellence in operations and customer experience. Each year, more than 300 fishing tackle manufacturers are Continue Reading

Use These Old Lures for New Fishing Success

As anglers, new fishing baits and techniques naturally attract us. Tournament anglers and recreational anglers alike love to have a bait that produces fish that not everyone else is using. It gives us an edge. Sometimes that edge isn’t the new stuff but rather old lures from years past. This summer I’ve actually been reverting back to decades-old fishing lures Continue Reading

REVIEW: ANGLR Bullseye Bluetooth Fishing Logger

The ANGLR Bullseye is a Bluetooth button that pairs with the free ANGLR app to create the “most powerful and effortless fishing intelligence in the world.” This is the second tracker from ANGLR but at a much different functionality and price point. While the original ANGLR Tracker was priced at $149 and had to be moved to each one of your rods (or Continue Reading

NEW: East Cape Launches SKANU

Kevin Fenn cut his teeth in the paddlesports business before anyone was really paying attention to kayaks around the turn of the century. He left the kayak behind several years ago to form East Cape Skiffs and this year, with East Cape co-owner Marc Page, has returned with a completely new craft that is catching the eye of those paying Continue Reading

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