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More than just sports gear

Nanise Loanakadavu
Friday, January 11, 2013

Nats Sports will soon be the largest fishing, diving and scuba shop in Fiji.

And if you are looking for fishing, diving and sports equipment that comes with quality and a price tag suitable for you, Nats Sports is the ideal place.

Located in Nats Building in main St, Sigatoka (behind the Chicken Express shop, facing the Market Lane and situated opposite Fiji Fish Shop in Sigatoka Town), Nat Sports is owned by Natwar Singh.

Nats Sports are importers, distributors, wholesalers and retailers of a big range of scuba diving, fishing and sports equipments that have been around since 1983.

Their quality products are world class!

They sell brand names like HALCO, SUFFIX, Rapala, Abu, Shkespeare Shimano, Williamson, Undersee Spear Guns and parts. They have the biggest selection of diving equipment which includes a wide range of masks, snorkels, fins, boots ,wet suits, boating vests in children's and adult sizes.

Mr Singh says they have the biggest selection of spear guns and parts in Fiji. They have just recently been appointed the agents for Halco Lures which is one of Australia's biggest selling lures. They have the full range of Halco Lures.

They have in stock throwing nets for fishing and also stock a full range of scuba diving equipment which includes BCDs, regulators, gauges, octopus, wet suits, Catalina dive tanks and mouth pieces.

Mr Singh said they are stocking a very large range of fishing equipment ranging from: spin reels, boating reels, scuba diving equipment, lures, tackle boxes, rapala lures, Halco lures, hand spears, sufix lines, skirts, sleeves, split rings, superflex lines, leaders, telescopic rods, Jigs, fishing lines and knives.

So if you are looking for any of these then Nats Sports is the best choice for you.





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