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Norwegian firm Kvalvik attracting big interest


Norwegian brand Kvalvik Bait has released a new range of scientifically proven attractors focused on specific fish species, which are stirring up significant interest in the industry. Te baits are made from 100


per cent natural ingredients, with the attractants naturally derived from marine raw materials, and have been


Nautilus becomes BTT partner


American fly fishing reel specialist Nautilus has agreed to become an official corporate partner of conservation group the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust (BTT).Te agreement will see Nautilus become a Silver Level Partner of the BTT and the company has promised


to donate five per cent of all proceeds from the sales of its NV-Monster reel to BTT. Nautilus will also be offering


a complimentary introductory membership to the BTT with the purchase of these reels. “We are proud to be partnering with


the BTT,” explained Nautilus owner KristenMustad. “We believe in the work


they are doing to protect flats habitats and feel a sense of responsibility to give back to this fishery and help preserve it for future generations of anglers.”


Letme take a selfie!


considered so innovative that Kvalvik has received funding from Norwegian governmental funding institutions in order to continue the development, and expand the idea into commercial fishing.


Te Kvalvik baits are creams


supplied in convenient tubes that are fine-tuned to the preferred scent of three different species: cod, halibut and salmon/trout. Kvalvik’s HaakonWorum


explained: “In cooperation with Nofima AS, one of Europe’s most prominent research institutions on marine biology, aquaculture and fisheries, we’ve carried out behavioural studies of these species in a test facility,which has allowed us to imitate the preferred scents of these species in our baits.


Te methodology behind these behavioural studies can easily be replicated and tested for any fish species, so we have the capability to develop ideal baits for practically any kind of fish in the future.”


Kvalvik Baits T: +47 911 65 883 E:haakon@kvalvikbait.no W:www.kvalvikbait.com


Nautilus has made several significant ties with BTT.


Major 2015 fishing trade show dates announced China Fish


Te majority of international fishing-trade exhibitions have now announced their dates for 2015. February 28th to March 2nd New China Int’l Exhibition Center, Beijing, China


CGC Yantai Expo EFTTEX


ICAST & IFTD


May 15th to 17th June 11th to 13th July 15th to 17th


Australian Fishing Trade Association Show July 26th to 28th Tackle & Guns


1 www.tackletradeworld.com 6 October 11th to 12th


Yantai International Expo Center,Yantai, China Expo XXI,Warsaw, Poland


Orange County Convention Center,Orlando,USA Gold Coast Convention Centre,Gold Coast,Australia Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth,UK


Lucas van der Geest, one of German tackle supplier DAM’s top product- development gurus, poses with a whopping 50cm rainbow trout! He caught the fi sh in mid-autumn in Germany on a day when he decided to leave the brown trout alone and focus on the big rainbows. Mission accomplished! That’s a nice fat boy, Lucas, well done!


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