Fishermen's Den

Fashion key icon.
Fashion key icon.

Mon - Fri 10:00pm - 5:00pm; Sat 11:00am - 4:00pm

27 Dacre Street, Eden Terrace

(09) 376 6398

Just Another Fisherman have opened their first market store at the front of their studio space in Eden Terrace, offering a range of fishing friendly apparel and merchandise. A haven for the fishing enthusiast, you’ll find everything from spin rods, filleting knives, wet weather gear and recipe books signed by Al Brown himself. A shared passion for fishing has led this brand to develop a range of gear that is durable, functional and comfortable for fishing as well as everyday wear on the street.

They offer a wide range of aesthetically pleasing products from wet weathers, headwear, knitwear and merino underlays, so you can finally throw out those itchy old poly-props and keep warm in no itch merino that is pleasing to the skin as well as they eye. They also have have a set of prints illustrated by a JAF artist that will look perfect on the wall of the man-cave or house-boat, and fishing books, socks, hats and an array of Nova Scotia Fisher gear make the Den’s a great spot to trawl when gift hunting for the angling enthusiast. Appealing to a wide market with their simple designs and classic prints that are functional as well as attractive, the outdoorsman can find everything he needs for the perfect catch at the Fisherman’s Den.

Words by Abigail Egden & Photography by Sable Heath

Information not correct? Report an error

Location

27 Dacre Street, Eden Terrace

Nearby Places

Bar Magda

A staff member working behind the bar at Bar Magda.
Place Auckland
Bars key icon. Restaurants key icon.

Tucked away on Karangahape Road is Bar Magda.

East Street Hall

A view of the bar from inside the restaurant with its orange walls and bright blue furniture.
Place Auckland Editor's Pick
Bars key icon. Restaurants key icon.

The place to be to experience Auckland’s diverse creative scene.

Anna Miles Gallery

Place Auckland
Galleries and museum key icon.

With a background as an art critic, curator and lecturer, Anna Miles opened her gallery in 2003 having decided it would be more productive to be a champion than a critic.

Coco's Cantina

Holding a plate of food.
Place Auckland
Restaurants key icon.

Coco’s has been around as long as anyone can remember - the kind of restaurant that has become so cemented in its neighbourhood.

Similar Places

Father Rabbit

Homewares on floor.
Place Auckland

There’s an underlying sense of quality and timelessness to the carefully curated picks of household products available at Father Rabbit.

Georgia Jay

The front of the shop.
Place Auckland
Fashion key icon.

There is no staple more important to a person’s wardrobe than a quality leather bag, and Georgia Jay sure knows how to make them.

Kate Sylvester

Glitter coat by clothing rack.
Place Auckland
Fashion key icon.

Kate Sylvester emanates sophistication, refinement and femininity.

The Shelter

Clothing racks inside The Shelter.
Place Auckland
Fashion key icon.

There’s a new way of doing business here in Auckland, a collaborative shared space drill that seems to save on risk, worry and premature closures; friends and foes unite with the similar goal of success.