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Yakima Bait Co. retails recreational products. The Company manufactures sporting and athletic goods which includes fish flash, blades, blue streak, fat wiggler, fenton fly, flatfish, maxi float, and other related products. Yakima Bait serves customers worldwide.
Shimano Inc. develops, produces, and distributes bicycle components, fishing tackles, and rowing equipment. The company also plans and develops lifestyle gear products, such as apparel items, shoes, bags, and related items. It has operations in Japan, rest of Asia, Europe, North America, South America, and Oceania. The company was founded in 1921 and is headquartered in Sakai, Japan.
As of May 14, 2010, Raymarine plc was acquired by FLIR Systems, Inc. Raymarine plc develops, manufactures, and markets a range of electronic equipment for the recreational boating and light commercial marine markets. The company's product line includes multifunction displays; marine radars comprising fishfinders, digital radar scanners, digital radome radar antennas, digital radome antennas, radome antennas, and heading sensors; autohelm series autopilots consisting of tiller pilots, wheel pilots, sport pilots, SmartPilot modular systems, and wireless controllers; instrument displays for sail and powerboats, and for both day and night conditions; and chartplotters and GPS navigators and sensors. The company also offers RayTech RNS 6.2 navigation software kits, marine satellite television systems, communications systems, thermal night vision cameras, marine cameras, and automatic identification systems, as well as LifeTag, a wireless man overboard system. The company operates in the United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Asia-Pacific, and the Americas. The company was founded in 1923 and is headquartered in Portsmouth, United Kingdom.
Lamiglas, Inc. manufactures and supplies fishing rods, blanks, and other related products. The company offers fly, salmon and steelhead, bass, freshwater, surf, and saltwater rods; fly, salmon and steelhead, bass, freshwater, and saltwater/surf blanks, as well as blank accessories; and graphite oars and oar blades, as well as oar shafts with handles, rope wrap, and stops. It also manufactures reinforced straight and tapered tubes of graphite, fiberglass, Kevlar, and other composites for various industrial and commercial applications. In addition, the company offers apparel, including sweatshirts, jackets, and T-shirts, as well as hats and caps. It sells its products through a network of dealers in the United States, as well as online. Lamiglas, Inc. was founded in 1951 and is based in Woodland, Washington.
The name “Worden” is synonymous with fishing in America. From the Worden family has sprung a litany of iconic fishing brands that have changed the face of fishing in the United States and worldwide. It was 1934 when R.B. Worden founded Worden’s Floating Spinner Company, which was later renamed Yakima Bait Company in 1941. Although his earlier business had produced cast aluminum water wheels designed to produce electricity, Mr. Worden now made and sold handmade fishing flies and two and three inch bass wooden plugs with deer hair wings that caused them to spin.
Gordon Harryman started Bobber Down Jigs out of a passion for tying jigs for personal use, and for his buddies to catch fish on. Word got out about the steelhead jigs and demand went up quickly. Now, Bobber Down Jigs is in full production making steelhead jigs, salmon jigs, terminal tackle and more!

jFor hand-made steelhead jigs and other fishing tackle, Bobber Down Jigs has you covered. Visit our STORE today and pick up some proven fish catchers!
The Mad Hueys is a fishing clothing and surf clothing company all about getting up in the morning, looking out the window and saying I'm the maddest Huey in this joint. No barney, no wave, no fish, no boat, no rod, no person, no party can stop us, 'cause we run with the deepest pack in the business. And just in case you forgot what it was, it's The Mad Fucking Hueys.