- Sportfishing Manufacturer & Distributor
Expodex Corporation is one of
the world’s leading providers of technological solutions
to sport-fishing industry, serving customers in Europe,
the Americas and Asia Pacific. In addition to award-winning
fishing tackle production, the firm offers a complete global
logistic distribution and supply chain management to today’s
leading fishing tackle retailers and wholesalers.
Providing technology innovations for over 10 years. Poland-
based Expodex Corporation has been leading the way in state-of-the
art manufacturing process though total commitment to excellence
and quality control. Expodex Corporation is revolutionizing
the fishing industry with purpose-built, high performance
products. Our excellent reputation is formed to the fact
that Expodex controls all aspects of the development cycle,
including research, testing, design and in-house manufacturing.
Our vision of the perfect catch is driven by the desires
and aspirations of our clients and fishing anglers around
the world who utilize our products on everyday basis and
experience connectivity with nature.
Please visit our
Fishing USA web site for more product information.
A tropical American tree (Ochroma
pyramidale) having wood that is soft, very light in
weight, buoyant, and that is used as a substitute for cork
in insulation, floats, and crafts such as model airplanes.
fishing is known to be the most productive way
to fish streams, rivers and lakes. Many anglers admit that
the take down of their favorite float is as exciting as
The difficulty of obtaining a good balsa floats depends
upon where you live, here in the United States the tackle
shops stock a wide variety of plastic bobbers and poorly
designed imitations of what seems to look like a float.
Float fishing is considered to be the most popular method
of angling for any season and water conditions. They can
be used in shallow or deep still waters, rivers and ponds.
A float is an excellent bite indicator. It presents bait
in a natural way at the depth the fish are feeding.
Floats can be made from a wide variety of materials such
as cane, cork, plastic, peacock quill, etc.
For almost half a century professional anglers has been
coming to a conclusion that the best building block for
a fishing float is a balsa wood. Balsa is known for its
tendency to be very light, easy to shape and buoyant.
The acceptance of this material has been implemented by
European anglers in the early 1960’s, partly to a
continuous trend to find better way to represent bait to
a feeding fish and progressive innovation in sport fishing