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Tuesday, 10 December 2019 14:02

Inexpensive Kayak Angling Gift Ideas

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With Christmas just around the corner, there is just enough time left for some last-minute gift shopping. 
Although kayak angling can be an expensive hobby, this doesn't mean that there are no inexpensive gift options available. If you are still unsure about what to get yourself or that kayak angling fan in your life, then check out these kayak angling gift ideas for under $50.

Gill Dry Bags

Price: Starts at $25.95
We have featured the Dry Bag range by Gill on the site before (http://www.yakangler.com/fishing-gear/item/4069-gear-dry-with-gills) and they are still one of the best options for keeping your gear safe from the elements. Not only are these bags puncture-resistant and waterproof, but they come in several different sizes. This means you can pick the exact size for your kayak and storage needs. The 5L or 10L versions should be more than adequate for your kayak angling needs. These bags are also very practical, with semi-transparent mesh windows to quickly find what you need and a flat base for easy storage. Check out the official website for more information (https://www.gillmarine.com/us/10l-dry-cylinder-bag.html)

Fish Monkey Task Fleece Fishing Glove

Price: $26.95
Staying protected from the elements while kayak angling is important, but many people overlook their hands, which can lead to injury or discomfort. The Task Fleece Fishing Glove by Fish Monkey is the perfect solution to this problem. Not only do these gloves block the wind and provide plenty of warmth, but they don't interfere with your dexterity at all. The tapered fit allows for full hand use in all fishing situations and they offer a superior grip thanks to synthetic leather palms with non-slip silicone print. Fish Monkey even made sure that the index fingers of the gloves are touch screen compatible, so you don't have to remove the gloves to operate mobile phones or other devices. Check out the official website for more info (https://www.fishmonkeygloves.com/product/fm33-task-fleece-fishing-glove/)

Z-Man Bait BinderZ Doublewide

Price: $34.99
If you are a fan of Z-Man bait, then the Bait BinderZ Doublewide is the perfect storage solution. It features a side-by-side binder orientation that was designed to fit the pre-punched holes in the standard ElaZtech bait bags. This means that the binder can hold up to 20 packs of Z-Man soft baits and its clear plastic pockets can also hold a variety of jigheads, terminal tackle, leader spools, and tools. The bag does not have any zippers that can rust or foul but makes use of plastic clips and hook-and-loop closures instead. Check out the official website for more information about this innovative bait binder (https://zmanfishing.com/cms/products/baitbainderz_doublewide/).

Case 9" Fillet Knife with Ballistic Nylon Sheath

Price: $47.99
If you like fishing, camping and eating what you catch, then a good fillet knife is a must. Case has a 9" fixed blade knife with a fillet blade and durable black synthetic handle that is great for kayak anglers. Although this knife is intended for filleting fish, it is also suitable as an all-purpose utility knife. This knife will also hold its edge longer than conventional steel thanks to its Case Tru-Sharp stainless steel construction. In addition, it offers corrosion resistance and extraordinary blade strength. To keep the knife protected it comes in a black ballistic nylon sheath. For more information, check out the official website (https://caseknives.com/collections/outdoor/products/fillet-knife-9-inch-w-ballistic-nylon-sheath).
Naomi Bolton

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