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Tuesday, 15 December 2020 16:53

Fishing Gifts For The 2020 Holiday Season

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The Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a miserable 2020 for many people, but it is also responsible for millions of new anglers taking up the hobby. 
This means that there is also a bigger demand for fishing related gifts this holiday season. If you are still on the fence about what to get yourself or friends who love fishing this Christmas, just check out some of the suggestions below.

Northland Fishing Tackle Rattlin' Puppet Minnow

MSRP: $7.99 
The Northland Fishing Tackle Rattlin' Puppet Minnow was newly released this year and added some updates to the original Puppet Minnow. In addition to the darting and swimming action of a real dying minnow, it features a glass rattle with acoustics that carry far through the water. It also has a treble hook and a wide-gap back hook. Visit northlandtackle.com where it is available in 12-UV and non-UV colors.

Z-Man Bait LockerZ

MSRP: $59.99
The Bait LockerZ by Z-Man is designed to house over 50 packages of ElaZtech softbaits and is made from durable 600 denier fabric. Bait types are isolated by adjustable dividers and packets are filed upright and securely. The lid also won't blow open as the top flaps feature magnetic closure. It even features interior clear storage compartments with hook-and-loop closures that grand additional jighead, hook and lure storage. Best of all, it's completely metal-free, so rust or corrosion is not an issue. Check out https://zmanfishing.com/cms/products/bait_lockerz/ for more information about the Z-Man Bait LockerZ.

Daiwa Tackle Barn

MSRP: $199.99
Tackle holders often experience a lot of wear and tear, so if you are on the lookout for a durable replacement the Daiwa Tackle Barn is a good option. It features topside gullwing doors, which not only looks great but also makes it easy to pull out, swap, and return tackle utility boxes. It was designed to be stormproof from the ground up with a waterproof base and has plenty of space too. It comes complete with four Daiwa 370 utility boxes and four 360 utility boxes, but will also accommodate an additional four 370 or 360 dize boxes. Other neat features range from a durable sunglass holder and beverage holder to water-resistant tool and cell phone pouches. Check out https://daiwaproductshowcase.com/products/tackle-barn for more info. 

Aqua-Vu micro Revolution

MSRP: $369.99
Underwater viewing is not just a luxury for larger boats thanks to the user-friendly and compact Aqua-Vu micro Revolution 5.0. It features an industry-exclusive integrated camera reel system that makes camera deployment and retrieval a cinch. The 5" high-resolution LCD is extra bright, which makes it easy to read even with bright, sunny conditions. The monitor is IP67 rated so it is completely waterproof for peace of mind no matter what the weather conditions are. Check out https://www.aquavu.com/AV-Micro-Revolution-5.0 for more information.
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