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Registration starts for sportfishing show

Registration is now open for ICAST 2010, which runs July 14-16 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

From buyers to media to exhibitors, ICAST annually attracts more than 7,000 representatives from the international sportfishing community to conduct business, network with industry leaders and see all the latest innovations in gear and accessories.

ICAST is produced by the American Sportfishing Association.

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