St. Croix Rod names new president, CEO


St. Croix Rod’s Board of Administrators not too long ago introduced that fishing-industry veteran Scott Forristall has been named as the corporate’s new president and CEO.

Based on a information launch from the Park Falls, Wis., firm, Forristall brings a eager understanding of the fishing-rod enterprise and the higher fishing {industry} to St. Croix, earned from a wealthy employment historical past with premier corporations resembling Eagle Claw, Johnson Open air and Far-Financial institution Enterprises, dad or mum firm to the Sage, Redington, and Rio Merchandise fly-fishing manufacturers. Most not too long ago, Forristall served as president and CEO of the R.L. Winston Rod Firm and Bauer Reels.

Along with fishing, Forristall enjoys coaching and competing in triathlons throughout his free time. Forristall began at St. Croix on June 24.

Paul Schluter, former CEO and a co-owner, introduced a deliberate transition of management in January. In a press release, Schluter cited his need at hand over the day-to-day operations of the 70-year-old firm as a way to concentrate on household, fishing and different features of the corporate.


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