ICAST: Gamma Torque set to make debut
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Gamma Lines (Black Knight Industries) is making its second appearance at ICAST with an important new launch.
The Oil City, Pennsylvania, company is to introduce its new braided line, Gamma Torque, at the show in Orlando.
Black Knight Industries President, Dale Black, told Angling International: “This year is a little different. We want to be able to offer our clients a total line package from nylon (Polyflex), fluorocarbon (Edge, Touch and FC Leader Material) and now a high performance braid – Gamma Torque.
“We will be exhibiting the whole Gamma line of products as well as several items – mainly indicators and floats – from our fly fishing division, Frog Hair, that work well when going after panfish.”
Black says that he has been excited by the progress that the fishing division has made following its purchase by Black Knight Industries in November 2010.
“This is our full second year in the industry and we are gaining a better understanding on how things work and what our dealers and distributors need. We have been very excited by how things have gone.
“The future is never certain, but as we make more anglers aware of our product we expect to see continued growth in the future.”
Black added that ICAST is a ‘very’ important show for the company. “It allows our clients to speak with us on a one-to-one format.
“It also reaffirms that Gamma and Frog Hair products are going to be around. Being involved with others in the industry also gives us the opportunity to listen to different people in the sector and make some very good contacts.
“Our objective is also to talk to as many dealers and distributors as possible and make them aware of our product and the advantages we can offer them by carrying a high end fishing line.
“I am really looking forward to ICAST 2012. I get to spend three days talking about my favourite thing – other than my family – and that’s fishing.”
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