With jumps in nearly all its business segments, the recreation manufacturer saw net sales increase by 26 percent.
Demand for its fishing, camping and watercraft products continued.
Johnson Outdoors continued to ride the boating wave into its fiscal Q4.
A strong first quarter brought second-quarter sales up 3 percent on a year-to-year basis.
The manufacturer of marine electronics and trolling motors reported sales gains of 23 percent for its first fiscal quarter.
Effective tariff mitigation boosted Q4 profits.
The company says it will continue to innovate as new entrants enter the field.
Larry Baab is group vice president — Camping & Watercraft Recreation.
The company reported a 3 percent sales bump, thanks to its fishing division.
Gains in marine electronics helped lift sales.
The company expects “moderate sales growth” for fiscal 2019.