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Team Fish introduces CastMate™ at ICAST

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The CastMate Pro has evolved into a platform for managing fishing equipment and accessories.
↑ The CastMate fishfinder mount from Team Fish made its debut at this year's ICAST.
↑ The CastMate rod holders, like all accessories from Team Fish, are light, durable and corrosion-resistant.

Team Fish, a design and manufacturing firm in San Diego, California, has capitalised on the boom in fishing from small watercraft by producing a tackle management system for waterborne anglers.

CastMate™  was originally designed as a float tube rod holder/rod rack, but has evolved into a platform for managing all fishing equipment and accessories for float tubes, pontoon tubes, kayaks and canoes.

A sonar mount kit, camera mount kit, tacklebox, fishfinder mount, cup holder and more have been added to the range and were part of the CastMate booth when the company exhibited at ICAST for the first time this July.

Team Fish Vice President and General Manager, Jack Becht, has 30 years of design, manufacturing and marketing experience and is also an avid fisherman.

“Our location near both the beach and the Sierra Nevada Mountains means we have a diverse range of fishing in our own backyard,” says Becht. “All types of watercraft abound here, but without doubt the most affordable and most fun comes from the portable forms of float tubes, pontoon tubes, canoes and kayaks.

“CastMate is simple to attach to these types of craft and the components are lightweight, yet very durable and corrosion resistant. The attachments make it easy to store and access everything from rod and reel combos and landing nets to GPS units, fishfinders and cameras. They are a must for those who fish inshore and offshore from single angler inflatables and crafts.”


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