Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource

Fri, Sep 30, 2016
Saturday, 02 August 2014 15:13

Never lose your Sunglasses again!

Written by 
Rate this item
(3 votes)

We have all heard the horror stories about people losing their brand new $400 pair of Costas on a fishing trip. They watched as their beloved set of shades hit the water and slowly drifted away to the dark depths of the sea.

 

As kayak anglers, we all fear the day when one of our pieces of equipment hits the water and is forever lost. One vital piece of gear for any angler is their sunglasses. I try to make everything float on my kayak, so when I was in the market for good set of polarized glasses for fishing, I vowed that I would find a good set that I would never lose to the depths.

 

A quick internet search came up with a few hits. Some were really expensive, some required additional foam inserts to float, and one brand seemed just right. Fishgillz was top on my list after doing my research. They have polarized lenses and float with no additional foam. I shopped around for a week and ended up finding a great deal on ebay. With shipping I was under $45. A great deal in my opinion.

 

I have had my Fishgillz Pacifica for almost 3 months now. I wear them every time I am on the water and the floating capability has saved them a few times now. For less than $50, these are great glasses for every kayak angler.

 

Check out my video review.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rnz2kzfw-c&feature=youtu.be

Read 5155 times Last modified on Thursday, 14 August 2014 09:46

Greg Sterley

Greg is an active duty Army Officer and AH-64D Apache Pilot. He started kayak fishing in the summer of 2011 with his father at his home away from home in Destin, Florida as a cheap way to get on the bay and out into the gulf of mexico. Greg loved kayak fishing so much that he soon forgot about buying a boat and has since owned four kayaks. Whenever he is not out fishing at his current duty station you can catch him working on his cars, shooting guns or enjoying the outdoors with his wife and two dogs.  

Social Profiles

Google Plus YouTube

Add comment

Security code
Refresh