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Fishing Sunglasses

Now that you have spent hundreds of dollars on quality fishing equipment, you are ready to head out on the water. Or, are you? You had better not forget about fishing sunglasses, as they can help you catch more fish. Provided you choose the right pair for the right fishing conditions. Here are different types of polarized lenses, including Amber, and when to wear each one.

Choosing Fishing Sunglasses

Fishing SunglassesDifferent Types of Lenses

Amber Lens – The Amber lens is ideal for low-light conditions. It is a great choice as you start the day because it filters blue light.


Mossback Lens – For sight fishing, the Mossback lens is the best choice. It brings out green colors while reducing brown tones. The result is that you can clearly see the bass stand out in the water because there is strong contrast between the fish and the bottom.

Double Gradient (Amber AND Mossback) – This type of lens from Solar Bat has two tints in one! It has a darker tint when looking ahead of you, while when you look down it has more of a Mossback style.

You can also get a gradient type of lens that is solely Amber or only Mossback.

UV Rays and Polarized Sunglasses

In addition to helping you perfect your fishing skills, polarized sunglasses also protect your eyes from the sun’s potentially harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. The rays can damage the cornea of the human eye and even lead to cataracts. Investing in a pair of 100 percent polarized sunglasses is a great way to protect your eyes from the harm.

Frames of Fishing Sunglasses

A sturdy pair of sunglasses can also protect your eyes from the wind, which can blow debris into them. Also, you can protect your eyes from fishing hook accidents.

Now you know how to choose properly a pair of fishing sunglasses and are ready for your day out on the water! Let us know you preferred fishing sunglasses in the comments below.

Fishing Sunglasses Videos

References:

Sunglasses: How to Choose

Sight Fishing: How Much Does Lens Color Matter in Polarized Glasses?

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