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12 New Fishing Products Being Showcased at ICAST [PICS]

These new fishing products are getting the limelight in Orlando as ICAST kicks off.

Wouldn’t it be great to get an insider’s look at some of the best new fishing products at the yearly ICAST show in Florida this week?

Yearn no longer with our review of some fantastic new debuts from big names in the fishing biz, as well as some breakout performances by new and upcoming brands and products.

Without further ado, here are twelve things getting the spotlight in Orlando, and likely showing up in your boat or tackle box before long.

1. Walking Boss II – Livingston Lures

Livingston Lures

The Walking Boss II got Randy Howell, the 2014 Bassmaster Classic winner, to abandon his other topwater baits.

2. Camo Face Gaitor – Huk Fishing Gear

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Jumping on the gaitor bandwagon without releasing the same tired designs, Huk Fishing Gear created a brilliant look and performance with the Camo Face Gaitor.

3. Onimasu Glidebait – Duo

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4. Vicious Bait Dye – Vicious Fishing

Just when you thought you’d seen every fishing product there is to see, Vicious comes out with their revolutionary bait dye. It’ll be worth keeping an eye on this stuff.

5. Hard Knocker and One Knocker Hardbaits – Booyah Baits

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The Hard Knocker (on the left) used to be called the XCalibur Rattle Bait, but with a new name and multiple rattles at work, it’s gonna drive big game fish nuts. The One Knocker has a single rattle.

6. Wally Shad Hardbait – Lindy Fishing

Lindy Fishing Tackle

Walleye anglers will love the new Wally Shad, Lindy’s latest contribution to the lure pool. The variety of color choices is said to cover just about any baitfish a walleye would swallow, and that’s a lot.

7. Revo MGX Spinning Reel – Abu Garcia

The unique innovations behind the all-new Revo MGX Spinning reel have already turned heads, including the AMGearing system which provides unparalleled smoothness. It continues the “lighter but stronger” trend that spinning reels have shown lately.

8. Jigging Rap – Rapala

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Originally intended for ice fishing, the Jigging Rap is now crossing over into the open water game, and even making appearances on the end of tournament fishermen lines.

9. Pilot Guide Series Rain Jacket and Bibs – Frogg Toggs

The Pilot Guide Series Rain Jacket and Bibs could make the difference between catching that muskie you’ve been after all day or leaving early because you’re wet and miserable.

10. Max Quatro – PowerPro

Said to be 25% thinner but just as strong as previous versions, PowerPro’s Maxcuatro is turning fishing line tech into a successful business.

11. RinseKit

The winner of the Best Accessory category in the Best in Show awards, the RinseKit might be the smartest way to clean up after a day of fishing or boating ever.

12. E6X Rod – G. Loomis

What more could you ask for in a rod? G. Loomis has outdone themselves with this beauty.

So which of these will you grab first? We’re leaning towards the Frogg Toggs and probably one of those Revo reels…

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12 New Fishing Products Being Showcased at ICAST [PICS]