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Holiday Gift Guide


2014 Holiday Gift Guide Part 3 : Wrap it Up and Put a Bow on It (continued)

Apparel (Simms): Simms has quickly become one of the most popular choices among bass anglers for sun protection shirts. From their Solarflex long sleeve shirts which retail from $30.88 to $39.95 to the Currents Hoody which offers additional protection with an integrated hood, all of these garments feature high quality construction. These garments feature a UPF rating up to 50 and have the ability to wick away moisture, keeping anglers comfortable and protected from the sun's harmful rays.


Apparel : Simms SolarFlex Long Sleeve Shirts - $39.95 at TackleWarhouse

The best thing about these long sleeve shirts is that they are comfortable to fish in and enable anglers to complete the full range of fishing motions without ever feeling constricted. With style that looks just as great walking around town as it does on a day at the lake these garments are a great gift for any angler or outdoor enthusiast.


Sun Protection : Hoo Rag - $15.99 at TackleWarehouse

Sun Protection (Hoo Rag): It is now commonplace to see Bass Anglers sporting sun protective garments on their faces. There are many options these days including offerings from Buff, Simms, and Under Armour but there is also new name in town, Hoo Rag, which us looking to mix things up with garments that not only protect you from the sun but also sport some very eye-catching patterns.


The Hoo Rag can be worn so many different ways

Why blend in when you can stand out? Hoo Rag offers patterns like the American Flag, Flames, Rasta and Zander's favorite... the "Skull Daddy." Each Hoo Rag is made out of woven polyester microfiber which is designed to breath well and help wick away sweat. The Hoo Rag has a UPF rating of 30 to protect anglers and can be worn so many different ways on your neck, face or head. 


Hoo Rag offers their garments with some very striking patterns

The Hoo Rag is great for keeping bugs out of your face or offering a little extra protection when your running the boat across the lake. All in all a very cool little garment that helps make fishing even more enjoyable. The Hoo Rag is available now for only $15.99 at Tackle Warehouse.


Foul Weather Gear : STORMR STRYKR and STORMR Fusion Apparel - $259-$325 dollars at TackleWarehouse

Foul Weather Gear (STORMR): Earlier this year STORMR took home the ICAST Award in the technical apparel category for their new Fusion Jacket and Bib. These garments employ neoprene elements like the original STRYKR gear we reviewed but are lighter and more suitable for fishing in warmer conditions. Make no mistake however, these foul weather garments can still shield anglers from a deluge and feature 100% sealed seams, copious amounts of storage, high quality non corrosive zippers, and 3M reflective graphics. The STORMR Fusion Bib and Jacket each retail for $259 dollars. Anglers that are not traveling as much and will primarily fish in cooler conditions can still opt to go with the neoprene core technology based STORMR Strykr Bib for $299.95 and the Strykr jacket for $325.95. Between these two options STORMR has anglers covered whether they are fishing for largemouth or braving the Pacific Northwest storms to land Steelhead. Both STORMR collections are available now at Tackle Warehouse.  

Optics : Amphibia Hydra - $168.99 at TackleWarehouse

Optics (Amphibia Hydra) : Sunglasses are an important tool for all fishermen. Not only do they protect your eyes from the sun, but polarized lenses especially enhance vision at the surface and into the water by cutting down on glare. Most all fishermen at one time or another have dropped their shades into the water either from a boat, on the shore, or wading into the shallows or surf. What happens the majority of the time after your shades hit the water? They sink! Well, Amphibia Sports, LLC out of Texas has a simple solution. They've built relatively affordable sunglasses, with high end optics held by stylish frames that not only look good, but they float!

Optics : Amphibia Hydra - $168.99 at TackleWarehouse

We're excited to get these shades out on the water for some real world testing, but in the meantime, Amphibia's Hydra sunglasses have made our 2014 list of recommended buys for the holidays. They're available in three different color combinations and retail for $168.99 at TackleWarehouse.


Books : Bass Angler Magazine - $7.95 at TackleWarehouse

Books (Bass Angler Magazine) : Looking for a gift that can help make you or your friend a better angler? Pick up a copy of BAM (Bass Angler Magazine), a seasonal publication covering all things bass angling. In each issue there are tips, technique walkthroughs and even in-depth insight into the minds of professional anglers. While very educational for anglers BAM is also great entertainment, helping us get our angling fix even when we can't get out on the water.

Thanks for joining us for our 2014 Holiday Gift Guide, Happy Holidays to all our great readers!  

 

 

 

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