The perfect tackle bag for the angler on foot, kayak fisherman, or those who jump from boat to boat. With plenty of space for 2 Plano 3670 stowaway boxes in the large pocket, a smaller in the front essential accessories, beverages and more. This bag was designed to fit comfortably when caring awkward heavy tackle trays.
Just released at ICAST 2014, this little starter rod wrapper is a great tool for someone who is looking to give rod building a shot.
There are very few things in life I can’t live without, and quality pliers are one of the those items—next to my truck. I have been extremely impressed with these pliers and having the color options always makes an added bonus when purchasing as a gift.
Lucid Fishing Grips—$47 to $64
For the friend who thinks every bass “must be” over 10 pounds. The Lucid Fishing Grips is designed for weighing and handling fish safely. You have two weight options: A 30-pound scale and a 60-pound scale.
Pelican Micro Cases—$13 to $36
With so many different shapes and sizes the Pelican Micro series is bound to have one to fit your needs: Wallet, phone, iPod, keys, passport, etc. Anyone who is on the water will love these cases. If you have the zip-lock bag user as a friend, he or she is in desperate need of a Pelican case!
Hobie Kayak I know I’m asking Santa for the 2015 Hobie Outback with the new Vantage CT seat!
The Gear Tie is a must-have item for anyone who is alive and breathing. Not only does this tool have 101 different uses from a fisherman's standpoint, but anyone who needs to tie stuff together.
Can I just say, I love Nite Ize tools! Actually, I’m a gear freak as it is and Nite Ize fuels that fire. It won’t take long to understand how useful the CamJam XT is when tying down a kayak; PFD’s on a SUP (stand-up paddle board) or a tackle box in the boat. Again, 101 uses!
If you’re like me and you blow through water shoes, I’m here to stop that madness. Yes, I’ve tried every type out there when I made the switch to Astral. I “walked” into this assuming they would fail—I was proven wrong!
AVID Gear—$22 to $50
What AVID fisherman doesn’t like to show their passion proudly? With the simplicity of the Avid Gear logo and the high quality performance behind every product you couldn’t possible go wrong.
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