PEAK Fishing continues to build on strong sales momentum with record first quarter in 2011


(Loveland, Colorado) – PEAK Fishing has announced that their first quarter 2011 sales were the top quarter in their history. This is a continuation of a steady increase in sales PEAK has experienced since the beginning of 2009. Following record sales in 2009 and then again in 2010, PEAK is positioned for a third consecutive successful year after the completion of the first quarter of 2011.

“We feel very fortunate to have seen the increase in success we’ve experienced over the past 27 months” said PEAK owner and President Allen Schultz. “At the same time we don’t confuse good fortune with luck. We’ve worked very hard to bring a reliable and well thought out product to the market at what we feel is a very fair price. A great deal of our success can be traced back to the support and knowledge of our professional dealer network as well. We’ve come out with several convenient and affordable fly tying packages, a top quality non-rotary vise and this year we’re very excited about the reception our LED tying light has received. Besides our fly tying vises and accessories we’re also seeing great interest in our bamboo rod planing forms. Rod making is a market we will be exploring further as we work on new introductions for later in 2011.” Brand Manager Al Ritt also adds that PEAK’s reputation for first rate customer service is a major factor in tyers choosing PEAK Fishing products.

For more information about PEAK Fishing, PEAK’s contract fabrication and manufacturing capabilities, or becoming a dealer visit their web site,, contact them by phone at 970-622-9601, or e-mail them at [email protected].


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  1. Heya Bryon!First off, thanks for rediang the blog! I bought your book and it’s fantastic. Congratulations!Given the snowpack this year, I’m sort of surprised that nobody is talking about what’s going to happen to the 2011 racing season. Seems me to me that at the very least, it’s going to change the game considerably at Western States, TRT100 and maybe even Hardrock. (Though I just checked the snow report on the Hardrock course and it isn’t as crazy-deep as I thought it would be.) I know Karl has had to reschedule the Speedgoat once already because of snow and it doesn’t seem outside the realm of possibility that he’d have to do it again. Should be interesting to watch at any rate.Cheers!

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