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Ed Killer attended ICAST 2021.This is what the fishing industry has to do

The world’s largest fishing tackle trade fair concludes 2021 on July 23rd. The 535 exhibitors enjoyed a fruitful week of networking, reconnection and negotiations for sales from 2021 to 2022.

After the last bag of fishing lure was returned to the box and the last exhibition booth was disassembled, fishing representatives returned to their homeport with orders to fill and an uncertain fiscal year to-do list.

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Networking and reconnect

While walking on the floor of the Orange Convention Center ICAST (International Convention on United Sports Fishing Trade), I had the opportunity to greet my old friends and meet many new friends. It was clear that an estimated 10,000 participants, down from 14,000 before the pre-pandemic in 2019, are happy to return directly to the tournament, rather than in effect as in 2020.



Ed Killer attended ICAST 2021.This is what the fishing industry has to do

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