Polarized Sunglasses And Hat

So sight fishing is your game? Are you helping yourself out? The right pair of sunglasses isn’t the whole story, but it’s a darn good start. Good polarized glasses, either the wrap around style or the ones equipped with sides are needed. The reason for the side shields is to prevent light from splashing off your face on to the back of the lens. It’s easier to look from a dark environment into a lighted one. To further aid this concept use a long brimmed hat with a neck cover, they are called up-downers and are designed for fishing on flats. Buy the one that has dark material on the underside of the brim. This hat combined with the right type of sunglasses creates a tent from which you look out of into the lighted world. It’s easier to look from a dark environment into a lighted one. This set up will improve your vision in shallow water by at least 30%.