Featured Partners

Featured Partners

This Smart Rod Sensor Can Help Your Customers Catch More Fish

Have your customers started using electronics to record their fishing trips yet? If not, they may...

Featured Partners

AFTCO’s Overboard Shorts Keep Your Smartphone Safe

AFTCO reflects a legacy of firsts. From former chairman Milt Shedd’s pioneering fish...

Featured Partners

Rooster Tail Adds Scent to an Irresistible Classic

For over 60 years, Worden’s Rooster Tail spinners have been helping anglers catch everything from...

Featured Partners

Culprit Introducing New Shapes, Sizes and Colors to Lineup for ICAST

CLERMONT, FL— Culprit Lures is gearing up for ICAST with the introduction of new shapes, sizes,...

Featured Partners

The Lizard Has Been Redefined

Culprit has redefined the fishing lizard with its innovative Water Dragon. The Water Dragon is...

Featured Partners

A Look Inside America’s Number One Fishfinder

When Lowrance released its flagship display, HDS LIVE, the goal was to take the performance of the...

Featured Partners

Okuma’s New Makaira 15T Packs a Battle Tested, Compact Punch

The Makaira family of lever drag reels have been a staple on long range boats up and down the coast...

Featured Partners

This New Fishing Accessory Sold Out in 8 Days

When Wally Marshall peered into the old man’s tackle box, his eyes grew as big as saucers. Within...

Featured Partners

Lowrance Takes Fishfinder Networking Wireless

When it comes to setting up your boat, installing new electronics doesn’t always get the best...

Featured Partners

Up Your Game with HDS Live!

With the pro tours kicking off for the year and most of us looking forward to the coming spring,...

Featured Partners

Best Practices of the Most Successful Tackle Retailers

Let’s face it, some tackle retailers are successful despite themselves. They have a great...

Featured Partners

Daiwa’s Compact Tatula 100 Is Set to be a Success

This summer, Daiwa announced a new addition to the heralded TATULA line of reels— The TATULA...

loading