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Ameripack has introduced the Uni-Lite, a flashlight with rotating head and clip.
Shhh ? make sure the kids aren't looking. TripleFish's new X-Rated copolymer line features some surprising qualities.
Van Staal has crafted a new 6 1/2 -inch pair of stainless-steel needlenose pliers and a 5-inch titanium pair designed for saltwater fly-anglers.
The XTOOLS 8-inch floating fillet knife features a nonslip handle for secure use in wet or dry conditions and a rust-resistant blade.
Combining the best attributes of a Cedar Plug with those of a trolling feather, Ballyhood offers the Cedar Feather.
Heritage Kayaks designed its new RedFish model for ? you guessed it, redfishing.
As accompaniment for its blue-water outfits, Penn now makes The Penn International Tantalizer, a 12-inch high-speed trolling lure.
For cruisers and inshore fishermen, Captain Segull's Nautical Charts has released 10 new Intracoastal Waterway charts - nine in the form of booklets - covering waters from Virginia to Miami.
For stand-up anglers who need heavy-duty performance with light weight, Avet introduces the Pro EX 50/2 reel.
Red is becoming the color of choice for terminal tackle among many fishermen these days. American Fishing Wire enhances that trend with its new Bleeding Leader Wire.
This year, Spike-It introduces its Holographic Lures in seven inshore and offshore saltwater styles.
Daiwa adds two new sizes to its Sealine Tournament series, offering two-speed 20- and 30-pound-class big-game reels.
Components include the silicon-carbide (SiC) concept guide system, graphite reel seats and gimbals made by Fuji, and aluminum butts, reel seats and gimbals made by Stuart.
Berkley's Vanish Transition fluorocarbon line performs its disappearing act below water.
Okuma's new VS spinning reels seem like they're built to crank up a nuclear reactor. These lightweight aluminum reels come in six sizes for line tests as light as 2-pound and as heavy as 15-pound.
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