Johnson Outdoors narrowed its net loss to $744,000 in its 4th quarter ended Sept. 29, as compared to $4,611,000 in the same period a year ago. The company’s net turnover rose by 4 percent to $80.3 million with the outdoor equipment category contributing the worst results during this seasonally slow period, as the segment’s sales fell by 16 percent to $12.5 million and its operating profit sunk by 34 percent to $1.1 million because of a 57 percent drop in military tent sales. Marine electronics sales increased by 13 percent. Diving revenues grew by 11 percent to $23.3 million, improving in North America and in key markets elsewhere, and the segment’s operating income turned around to $2.4 million, as compared to a loss of $203,000 in the year-ago period. The watercraft division’s turnover improved by 4 percent. Johnson’s full-year revenues increased by 4 percent to $395.8 million. Net income climbed by 25 percent to $8,715,000.