The weather affects Johnson

Sales were off by 5.9 percent to $124.3 million for Johnson Outdoors in its second quarter, ended on March 28, as U.S. customers delayed purchases of fish finders, kayaks, diving computers, camping equipment and other outdoor products due to a long and cold winter season.

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