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New for catfish – Rippin Lips Tournament Grade Circle Hook

US catfishing legend John Jamison has teamed up with South-Central Pennsylvania manufacturer Rippin Lips to design and forge what he believes to be the ultimate hook for big cats.

Regular tournament winner Jamison has tried and tested nearly every circle hook in the catalogue, but his collaboration with the hardcore catfish tackle company has, he says, produced the best of all – the Tournament Grade Circle Hook.

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New for the UK carp market – big-catching Splashbaits

The most vibrant carp bait market in Europe has a new rising star. Splashbaits, based in the south-west of England, is the latest independent UK bait maker to announce extra investment in production following increased demand for its boilies. Online sales of Splashbaits Factor VII boilies have been..

St Croix adds to Legends ice fishing range

St Croix has added four new longer rods to its Legends ice fishing range. New in the team are a 30 inch light power (LIR30L), 30 inch medium-light power (LIR30ML), 30 inch medium power (LIR30M) and a 48 inch medium power (LIR48M). Created for active anglers, the new Legends..

Dynamite launches website in eight European languages

Leading bait maker Dynamite Baits says its new multi-language website will help it interact more closely with anglers in different European countries. By including local news and eventually a fans’ comment board, Dynamite says the site will help it understand the needs of anglers in key territories,..

New ORCA Top Water System offers ‘explosive’ action

Saltwater anglers know that it’s the top level – on the surface – where some of the most explosive fishing action takes place. With this in mind Shimano has expanded its Technical Fishing Systems to provide the right tools for fishing on top with the new ORCA Top..

Northland Predator Rigs take on heavy hitters

In an unforgiving world where bigger fish eat the smaller ones and only the strong survive, the largest and most savage predators usually come out on top. That is unless you turn the tables on them – making you the biggest predator of them all. That’s where Northland Predator..

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