Article courtesy of Radio NZ A canoe, or va'atele, from Samoa has sailed to New Zealand for a three week festival to promote a part of their culture that is at risk of dying. Navigating at sea was a common practice among Pacific ancestors
New Zealand fishing stories and Grundens product specials.
The March/April 2017 edition of Professional Skipper Magazine features an article about a new cray boat which makes for a great read. The article is titled "Cray Fishing - A Family Affair". Just as 2016 was drawing to a close, Tony Gough and his
Grundens of Sweden is proud to announce Quality Equipment has come onboard as a supplier of Grunden’s Wet Weather Gear to the New Zealand Market. Quality Equipment is a trusted supplier to the New Zealand Commercial Fishing Community for over 40
This article appeared in the paper in October 2015 Many years ago I was tied to a bunch of cray pots when the black hull of a commercial fishing boat steamed around a projecting cliff face and headed straight for me. My first reaction was,
Research has uncovered decades-long, large-scale fish dumping, now let's work together on correcting this. Last week, our findings of widescale under-reporting and dumping of marine fish in New Zealand waters went public. Our study, part of a
This article appeared in the New Zealand Herald recently. "The Ministry for Primary Industries and New Zealand's big three fishing companies have joined forces to develop a new "Tiaki" category of premium seafood aimed at sustainability of the
New Zealand summer can be sticky and hot (especially in the north) but it rains a lot too so you need a lightweight raincoat which is totally waterproof. Our GAGE lightweight wet weather gear is made from 100% waterproof 420 denier nylon fabric with
We will be at the Northland Field Days Booth 899 in Lifestyle Pavilion 2. March 3, 4, 5 2016 Come along and check out our range of wet weather gear and t-shirts. Sign up at our booth to go in our draw to win a Grunden’s Waterproof, Breathable
One more excellent example of the benefits of collaborative research between commercial fishermen and scientists….which benefits the resource and the fishing community. PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — What happens when a fisherman tosses a fish back
Win yourself a Grundéns jacket by visiting us at the Whitianga Scallop Festival, stall 19 before 5pm. We've also got 'Eat Scallop' t-shirts and 'Eat Fish' t-shirts available to purchase. Look forward to seeing you all there.