EFTTEX Awards 2017
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Hardy & Greys and Sage reign supreme

Two of the world’s most iconic rod makers are celebrating after scooping top awards at EFTTEX in Amsterdam.

Sage, part of FarBank Enterprises, won the Best Fly Rod Award, while UK-based Hardy & Greys was successful with its Hardy Marksman Supero in the Rod category.

Hardy & Greys International Sales and Events Manager Andrew Sowerby said: “The panel obviously understand the work.. Read More

EFTTEX win boosts Old Ghost,

Old Ghost will enter the European bait market with renewed confidence after its star product was voted number one in its category in the EFTTEX Best New Product Awards sponsored by Angling International. The Chinese company won the Best New..

Nanofil wins Innovation of the Year at EFTTEX

Pure Fishing scooped the first-ever Innovation of the Year prize at the EFTTEX Best New Product Awards last night. The company’s Berkley subsidiary was celebrating after being presented with the exhibition’s premier prize for its ground-breaking Nanofil unifilament line. The result of seven years research and development, Nanofil was..

Rapala and Shimano to create giant new UK tackle company

Two of the world’s biggest tackle companies, Rapala and Shimano, have announced a joint venture to launch arguably the UK’s biggest tackle company. At the same time, Rapala has revealed that it has acquired Advanced Carp Equipment (ACE) and plans to invest significant funding into making it a..

Abu Garcia unveils breathtaking ‘honeycomb’ rod

An incredible 12 months for rod technology has taken another exciting turn with the launch of the Fantasista Nano series by Abu Garcia. The Pure Fishing brand says it has totally revolutionised the resin and fibre construction of its blanks and has developed a never-before-seen honeycomb construction to..

Tiburon brings its big fish catchers to ICAST

Tiburon is planning a major offensive on the US market, beginning with ICAST in Las Vegas in July. “Tiburon reels are built to catch big fish,” says Head of Technical Research & Product Development Isaac Tang, who will be manning booth number 1740 at the show. “Yellow fin..

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