Imperial Fishing gets the Carp’R’Us distribution for Germany and Austria.
Finally, the innovative products of the English luxury brand Carp’R’Us are available in Germany and Austria through a dealer network.

Carp’R’Us has been a household name to many anglers since the beginning of modern carp fishing, according to our survey, which we conducted at the end of July with great participation. The vast majority of carp anglers associate “CRU” with a very high quality endtackle brand, but complain about the poor availability in Germany and Austria. Similarly, hardly any information about news has been made known in the German-speaking world so far.

The old and consistently innovative label from England has developed a large number of particularly noteworthy products in recent years, which are only now being presented to the German/Austrian market by Imperial Fishing and distributed to anglers and dealers. The practical wormlike tuners of the hook effect, the so-called mouthsnaggers, are known and used by many experienced carp anglers. Carp’R’Us is also an absolute pioneer in the fluorocarbon sector and offers the best endgame components on the market in many different versions, as many survey participants pointed out. In addition, Carp’R’Us was the first supplier of fluorocarbon cords ever!

But that’s not all, because amazingly safe safety clips will trigger an amazingly positive Wow-effect in all those interested. Safety for fish and anglers at a new level – that of Carp’R’Us! In the last few months “CRU” has developed a completely new hook program around the icon Ray Dale-Smith, which is very different from other manufacturers in terms of stability, sharpness and durability. The reflection of the hooks is not greatly reduced with a conventional Teflon layer, as this is to the detriment of the hook stability and long-term sharpness. Carp’R’Us is also breaking new ground here – with great success!


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