CASTALIA OUTDOORS (CO) is a worldwide supplier of private label services for custom fishing tackle and related accessories. For more than 28 years our CO network has developed custom tackle programs for clients around the world. Our client relationships are strictly confidential, if you are in the fishing tackle trade, or would like to be, we can develop the perfect program for you.
We develop Custom Tackle Programs for manufacturers, distributors, retailers, dealers and individual inventors. Not just a sourcing for manufacturing, Castalia Outdoors can provide a host of services for your next custom tackle project. Our services can help you through from start-to-finish and include; market research, patent and trademark research, component sourcing, social and traditional marketing, product engineering & design, value-added production, logistics, inventory and world-wide distribution planning.
Our commitment to excellence in fishing is backed by more than 100 years of personal experience in the fishing industry by our firm’s top personnel. We have experience with the industry’s leaders in markets all over the world and can assist you no matter what segment you specialize in or the size or location of your organization.
CO CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS ARE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
One of the fastest growing companies of its kind in the fishing industry . . . we develop quality custom tackle programs for manufacturers and others seeking to expand their product offerings, streamline manufacturing, gain worldwide sourcing, expand distribution and become more price competitive in the marketplace with less outlay of capital expenditures. Complete custom tackle wall systems are our specialty. Paladin can develop/manufacture custom tackle, packaging and wall systems to meet your particular needs. Worldwide distribution, maintenance and re-stocking services available. Let us put together a system for you to maximize sales and profits in your area.
CASTA′LIA (Kastalia), the nymph of the Castalian spring at the foot of mount Parnassus. She was regarded as a daughter of Achelous (Paus. x. 8.§ 5), and was believed to have thrown herself into the well when pursued by Apollo. (Lutat. ad Stat. Theb. i. 697.) Others derived the name of the well from one Castalius, who was either a simple mortal, or a son of Apollo and father of Delphis, who came from Crete to Crissa, and there founded the worship of the Delphinian Apollo. (Ilgen, ad Hom. hymn. in Apoll. p. 341.) A third account makes Castalius a son of Delphus and father of Thyia. (Paus. vii. 18. § 6, x. 6. § 2.) Source: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology. Alcaeus, Fragment 307 (from Himerius, Orations) (trans. Campbell, Vol. Greek Lyric I) (Greek lyric C6th B.C.) : “Kastalia (Castalia) flows in poetic fashion with waters of silver, and Kephisos (Cephisus) [river of Phokis and Boiotia] rises in flood surging with waves, in imitation of Homer’s Enipeus: for Alkaios is compelled just like Homer to give even water the power to sense the presence of gods.” Pausanias, Description of Greece 10. 8. 9 (trans. Jones) (Greek travelogue C2nd A.D.) : “You reach, on the right of the way [to the sanctuary of Delphoi in Phokis] the water of Kastalia (Castalia), which is sweet to drink and pleasant to bathe in . . .