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New Rods, Lures, Angling Boats & Equipment
Produktneuheiten des Jahres im Überblick
Humminbird HELIX Fishfinder Series - all-in-one Fishfinder & Plotter
2016 marks a new milestone for Eufaula, Alabama-based (US) fishing electronics manufacturer Humminbird. For the sixth year in row, the company was awarded “Best of Electronics” by attending buyers and media who cast their vote for the Humminbird HELIX® 10 SI.
Spro Red Arc - Updated Legendary Front Arc Reel
The first presentation of the Red Arc a decade ago was a great venture in the sport fishing world. Now the legendary red reel comes equipped with new features.
Jeanneau Merry Fisher 795 - Dynamic Design
The 7.43 m long Merry Fisher 795 emulates the lines of upmarket angling boats with its superstructure, but with large window surfaces all round to admit plenty of light and provide good visibility.
Preview boot Düsseldorf
Angling Destinations & Trips
Angling in Norway: The Island of Sørøya
The island of Sørøya just off the coast of Norway during summer is a fishing spot in its own class. Four Dutch anglers were once reported to catch eight halibut up to 100 pounds in just seven days! Just as an extra the caught around 30 pounds of cod at the same time. Another angling party from Austria went home with more than 100 wolffish after just a week of fishing. These are catches that probably make every angler itchy to get going. Sørøya is still an almost untouched fishing area with really big cathces lurking in the deep.
The Mediterranean - Angling Holiday wit a Bite
It is always the same question: "What fishing gear to pack when I go on vacation to the sea?" Actually it is quite easy to answer, if the destination is a country that borders on the Mediterranean.
Angler's Paradies - The Lake District in Spring
The opening of the Brown Trout Season in the English Lake District in the middle of March is a date that many anglers still consider as the traditional opening day of the new season.