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How To Iki a Fish

The word Iki Jime ( pronounced Iki jimi  or colloquially as just "Iki" ) is a Japanese word describing the immediate and effective mannerof executing a captured fish in preparation for eating.By putting a fish out of it's misery quickly and efficiently following it's successful landing (in a Rusler Net of course! ) the theory is that by using the Iki method of despatch a fish is less under stress than just left thrashing about on deck or unceremoniously left in a chilly bin to die. Which do...

April 22, 2019

Boat Hook vs Mooring Mate

Rusler's Mooring Mate was designed and developed as a result of first hand experience from learned Yachties and Boaties who, over the decades, have been frustrated and intimidated with the traditional, problematic boat hook design. For example the mooring line can easily slip or slide off the hook unless adequate tension and applied pressure is exerted on the line itself. The hook must also be rolled over in order to lock the mooring line in place. The entire process can be somewhat of a hit an...

May 12, 2018

Rusler Fishing Equipment Takes On A New Challenge

Over the past year we have been taking even closer notice of what our customers are wanting. We have developed new products, made some improvements to some existing products and really begun to meet the market with better innovation and technology. Part of this process is the upgrade in progress our Rusler Fishing website and our online shopping service we offer you. Rusler Fishing is dedicated and focused on delivering top quality fish landing and capture equipment that is made by us here in Ne...

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