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WSB is back in business! Daiwa signs fi lm producer


SB Tackle will continue trading under new ownership. The wholesaler has been trading for over 45 years and will remain a fi shing tackle wholesaler supplying the trade. Mario Massimino, general manager for the fi rm, said: “I have worked at WSB Tackle for the last 28 years and it would have been a great shame to see the company close its doors. Fishing tackle has always been a way of life for me and over the years I have made some great friendships with both customers and suppliers. “I am so pleased that WSB will continue, we will be working hard over the next few weeks building up stock levels and letting everyone know the good news. Nikki and I are currently working on the 2018 trade catalogue, and will get copies of this out as soon

as we can. “I will remain as the general manager, Nikki will remain as admin and our warehouse man Luke will also join us, so in that respect very little will change. “We are all happy and relieved by this outcome and are looking forward to a bright and productive future. “If you are looking for a wholesaler who can offer great customer service, good margins, quick and easy ordering and rapid dispatch of your order, look no further!” To receive a copy of the new 2018 catalogue, please contact WSB directly.

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BSA goes crazy over J

ust ask someone to name an airgun company and chances are excellent that the first name that comes to mind will be Daisy. For over 125 years, more Americans have taken their first shot with a Daisy BB gun than any other brand. And now the brand is available in the UK via BSA!

aiwa has teamed up with Salvatore Perrone, founder of Nomad by Fate Entertainment.

Nomad by Fate fully embraces the lifestyle of angling, complementing the sentiment of Feel Alive; the inspirational motto of Daiwa. Steve Mccaveney, marketing manager for Daiwa, told T&G: “Salvatore will be working with us to produce some lifestyle video. His background is in carp fi shing, but he is a predator and fl y angler also.”

“Aspirational and atmospheric videos add a new dimension and inspire people to get out there and go fi shing. It’s all part of the marketing mix. It’s not always about product.” Salvatorre added: “Nomad By Fate is divided into two sections actually; the media company that produces all kinds of media in angling and the “blog” area that is our window to our personal fi shing adventures and the series on Sky TV. “Our expectations are always high for the future and we are constantly motivated day after day with a deep sense of adventure, going out to discover, fi nd, live and achieve. To live this life at its best.”

Daisy is best known for its inexpensive youth BB guns, modelled after lever-action rifl es. Perhaps the most famous of these is the Red Ryder model, which is still in production today. These simple smoothbore, spring-air BB guns fi re at around 350fps, and are marketed to children ages 10 and over. In

addition to the spring air

BB guns, Daisy also markets a line of multi-pump pneumatic rifl es capable of fi ring pellets or BBs to the same age group. BSA is distributing the Daisy line-up including Red Ryder, Powerline, Pistol kit and accessories. Stock is available now.




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