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Lamiglas manufactures over 400 technique-specific fishing rods and rod blanks for fresh and saltwater fishing. • Founded 1952, Kent, WA. • Moved to Woodland, WA in 1980. • Currently 42 full time employees. • Utilize 10-15 independent contractors within finishing. • Annual sales, $5 million.

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    1. Lamiglas manufactures over 400 technique-specific fishing rods and rod blanks for fresh and saltwater fishing. • Founded 1952, Kent, WA. • Moved to Woodland, WA in 1980. • Currently 42 full time employees. • Utilize 10-15 independent contractors within finishing. • Annual sales, $5 million. • Average price of a Lamiglas fishing rod at retail: $140. Company Profile

    2. Customers Wholesalers Farwest Sports All Sports Supply Maurice Sporting Goods Retailers GI Joes Sportsman’s Warehouse Cabela’s Bob’s Merchandise Hammer’s Outdoors Forks Thrifty Mart Custom Rod Builders Anglers Workshop

    3. •Salmon 40% •Steelhead 25% •Trout 20% • Sturgeon, Rockfish, Bass, Tuna 15% • Pacific Northwest Sales: $1.7 million Pacific Northwest Market

    4. Pacific Northwest Market Strengths •Increases in selective “Fin-Clipped” fisheries have provided greater access to remaining hatchery fish. • Trophy trout programs have increased excitement and quality within trout fisheries.

    5. • Declining quality of sport fisheries within anadromous species. • Unpredictable and unstable seasons. • Reductions to hatchery programs. Pacific Northwest Market Challenges

    6. • Legislatively validate the sport angler as a priority within near shore and inland environments. • Alter management targets for stocks from a level of “viability” to one that includes quality sport fisheries. • Increase reach of selective fishing programs. Policy Suggestions for the Health of Sport Fishing