• Apparel

    Vigilante Power Down Jacket

    Vigilante have announced their latest innovation: the Power Down Jacket, for both men and women. Airy-light and yet completely warm, this jacket ensures minimal bulk and maximum heat retention for an ideal body climate.  Vigilante has ensured the perfect active weight for any pursuit with the technically woven stitchless quilted down, which ensures a perfectly balanced…

  • Apparel

    ZMan BeanieZ

    With the weather cooling it’s perfect timing for the arrival of ZMan’s BeanieZ. Constructed from quick-drying 100% acrylic, these comfortable beanies feature four topseam knit construction and embodied ZMan ‘Z’, in a one size fits most cool weather headwear option. These beanies are a quality Richardson Sports product. Richardson Sports is a company who has served…

  • Apparel

    Wilson Neoprene Waders

    Winter isn’t far off, and Wilson Fishing has released new neoprene chest and hip waders for the colder months. Featuring a 4mm neoprene construction that is welded and glued to a sturdy boot, these waders will go the distance. The Hip Waders feature adjustable Velcro straps that hold these waders in place with the aid of…

  • Apparel

    AFN sun protection

    The new Solar Tube from AFN is the perfect head and neck protection when outdoors. The Solar Tube is made with the quick drying, UV protection of Coolmax, which makes these solar tubes great for any outdoor enthusiast. The Solar Tube is a one size fits all in a seamless, stretchable fabric for ultimate comfort, with…

  • Apparel

    Jarvis Walker fishing shirts

    Jarvis Walker Water Rat Children’s Long Sleeve Fishing Shirts provide sun protection and a splash of fun, and they make junior anglers feel like an important part of the fishing and outdoor adventures. The vivid blue and green long sleeve shirts have a UV factor of 30+ to protect children from the harsh sun. The…

  • Apparel

    Samaki Camo Cod

    Camo Cod is as rustic as the true Australian outback! With shoulders covered in a khaki camouflage, you’ll blend into your surrounding environment easily. The big Murray cod launches from the depths to attack the lure, amid sharp sticks and logs lying atop the dam floor, surrounded by rockery and weed. The natural colours of the…

  • Apparel, Indepth Reviews

    The Costa advantage

    US-based sunglass and apparel brand Costa Del Mar have been in the premium eyewear game since 1983, and have been available here in Australia for many years. They have gone through a lot of very important and sometimes industry-defining changes in that time. The range is now bigger, the quality is better, the price tag…

  • Apparel

    Samaki Red Snapper shirt

    Samaki’s new Red Snapper shirt is striking and full of colour. It features hungry snapper in a baitfish-filled rockery, chasing down a Samaki Boombait. This shirt is made from lightweight fabric that features UPF50+ technology, providing the highest level of protection against the harsh sun. The soft touch, 100% polyester material is comfortable on the body…

  • Accessories, Accessories, Apparel, Boating, Tackle

    Pelican Mobile Protect

    Pelican has crafted the ultra-rugged Mobile Protect backpack range for when you’re hauling your valuables such as laptops and tablets. These backpacks provide exceptional device protection as well as great utility – and will last a lifetime. Thanks to a well-thought-out interior and exterior pocket design, the Mobile Protect series can hold it all: water bottles,…

  • Accessories, Apparel, Tackle

    Daiwa Hip Bags

    Land-based anglers are loving the new Daiwa Hip Bag, which provides a sturdy, reliable option when it comes to storing essentials around your waist. It is the ideal choice for anyone who’s tired of stuck zippers and ripped seams on their waist bags. There are two models, and both have a heap of compartments to hold…

2016 AFTA Trade Show

Check out these videos to go behind the scenes at the 2016 AFTA Tackle Trade Show – the premier event in the tackle industry calendar!

AFTA Show

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