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White River Marine Group names next President

White River Marine Group, the boat manufacturing division of Bass Pro Shops, has announced the appointment of Zach Kauk as its next President.

He will take the reins of the business, which includes Tracker, Nitro, Tahoe, Mako, Ranger, Triton, Sun Tracker, Regency and Ascend in its portfolio, on September 1 following the retirement of Les Crawford. Kauk brings more than 30 years of global manufacturing expertise and product.. Read More

Egerfish: EFTTEX retains position as global meeting place

EFTTEX – Europe’s premier trade show – retains its position as the global meeting place for buyers and the elite of the fishing tackle industry. In a rapidly changing fishing tackle market, the event is still the place to go to meet customers and set up new business opportunities..

CTS appoints Will Taylor as a US Ambassador

New Zealand premium rod company, CTS, has appointed its second US Ambassador within weeks of each other. After taking on Drew Chicone, it has followed it up with the appointment of Will Taylor. A renowned fly fishing guide, fly shop owner, photographer and podcaster based in Blue Ridge, Georgia,..

Hugelmeyer succeeds Dammrich as NMMA President

The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) has appointed Frank Hugelmeyer, a veteran of the outdoor recreation industry, as President. He succeeds Thom Dammrich, who announced his retirement last year. Hugelmeyer has been President of the RV Industry Association since 2015 and before that was President and CEO of..

G. Loomis Blue Series rods in East Coast tackle stores

The new IMX-PRO Blue Series saltwater rods from G. Loomis are now in tackle shops along the East Coast of the US. The rods are available in four spinning and six casting models for both inshore and light-duty offshore fishing. Built around the company’s multi-taper technology, which focuses..

Angling heads meet new UK Fisheries Minister

The UK Government’s new Fisheries Bill was high on the agenda when representatives of the Angling Trust met with recently-appointed Fisheries Minister Robert Goodwill last week. The Trust, which represents anglers in England, is hopeful that recreational sea angling will be formally recognised in the bill for the..

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