Fishing Republic PLC (LON:FISH) shares hit a new 52-week low during mid-day trading on Thursday . The stock traded as low as GBX 4.70 ($0.06) and last traded at GBX 4.60 ($0.06), with a volume of 325468 shares. The stock had previously closed at GBX 5.60 ($0.07).

Separately, Northland Capital Partners reiterated a “corporate” rating on shares of Fishing Republic in a report on Thursday.

About Fishing Republic (LON:FISH)

Fishing Republic plc operates as a retailer of fishing tackle. It provides a range of approximately 16,500 product lines to support various types of fishing, including carp, coarse, fly, game, predator, and sea. The company offers alarms and indicators, baits, bait buckets, baiting accessories, bait tubs and accessories, barrows and accessories, bedchairs and chairs, brollies, bivvies, clearance and clothing products, cookware and fish care products, gadgets, luggage, mainlines, media and metalware products, floats, nets and handles, reels, rods, terminal tackles, weigh scales, poles, seatboxes and transport products, footwear, hooks and rigs, flies, leaders, terminal tackles, tying hooks, tying kits and materials, tying tools and vices, waders and wading boots, lures, barbels, and kits.

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