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Wiley X eyes EFTTEX glory in New Product Awards

Protective eyewear specialist, Wiley X, is going in search of the ultimate prize at this week’s EFTTEX in Budapest.

The only company of its kind across the world whose entire range of sunglasses are certified as protective eyewear, it will be entering the prestigious Angling International-sponsored Best New Product Awards for the first time with three new models that feature the proven Kryptek® camouflage design (pictured).

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Dream Baits wakes up to new markets

Dream Baits is one of an encouraging number of companies that will bring a refreshing new look to the EFTTEX show floor when the doors of the HungExpo swung open this morning. The Belgian bait manufacturer is already selling product in a handful of European countries but will,..

D.A.M. kicks off show with new look and exciting plans

German tackle company D.A.M. kicked off the 36th EFTTEX trade show in real style today by officially unveiling a new logo and an exciting plan for one of the industry’s oldest brands. The D.A.M. ‘angler’, who has graced the logo with distinction since 1960, has been retired. The..

Axiom with RealVision 3D Sonar: Powerful Tools for finding fish and structure

During a recent sea trial for Axiom™ Multifunction Displays with RealVision 3D™ Sonar, Raymarine’s UK-based test boat Raymariner came upon an interesting underwater target. The M/V Margaret Smith was a coal dredger that capsized and sank near Yarmouth, UK in 1978. The wreck is part of the..

B-Fish-N Tackle MasterFlash brings on the bling factor

A new lure from B-Fish-N Tackle has a direct line to the predator-prey dynamic, says its designer Walt Matan. The MasterFlash Jig leans heavily on the biology behind feeding frenzies and its glittering visual appearance. It is built around the company’s H20 Precision Jighead and is dressed with..

Lars Svendsen to step down after 40 years

Lars Svendsen is to step down after more than 40 years at the helm of Svendsen Sport, one of Europe's biggest tackle manufacturers.The company, purchased by Maj Investment Equity 18 months ago, has appointed Hans Maasbøl as its new CEO. Maasbøl, 47, was most recently CEO of DK..

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