Thursday, July 12, 2018

ANGLING TRADE - Summer 2018

The latest issue of Angling Trade went live this week about the same time as iCAST was kicking off in Orlando.  This issue covers a lot of ground and industry news with a peek at some new fly fishing products coming to a fly shop near you.

Kirk Deeter of Angling Trade is going on camera each afternoon at iCAST with a run down of notable new products from the show and I'll update this post through the week with additional video links. 

DAY 2 (with commentary of the new Scott F fly rod series)

You can read the Angling Trade Summer 2018 Show Issue HERE.

1 comment:

Shanklao Hanpad said...

Wow fantastic blog, thanks for sharing. Spinning rods are probably the most mismatched rod that I have seen. Anglers are constantly confused as to how to properly hold the rod, as well as which way to attach the reel. To make it clear, a spinning rod is a fishing rod with guides that get bigger in diameter as they approach the reel. Spinning rods should be held with the guides hanging below the rod, towards the ground. The reel should also hang below the rod, and if right handed, the handle should be on the left side of the reel. The guides of this type of rod are bigger near the reel due to the way line unravels from a spinning reel.spinning combos