Low Light and Night Fishing

Low Light and Night Fishing

Clear Safety Glasses, one of the most important pieces of equipment anglers need.

When the sun is bright anglers always have their polarized sunglasses on. That’s a good thing; we need to protect our eyes from harsh light conditions. They also improve our vision when looking into the water. But there’s another benefit to our sunglasses. They’re a safety lens, and we shouldn’t ‘lose sight’ of that when the sun goes down.

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Don’t learn why, the hard way. Without a shield, the hook, or weight flying straight back at you, might be the last thing you see!

Team Jon Harwood, right, and Derrek Stewart fishing American Bass Piru Nights bass tournament.

Team Jon Harwood, right, and Derrek Stewart fishing American Bass Piru Nights bass tournament.

High Impact Safety Glasses; available at any hardware store. $10, pick up a pair for yourself and your buddy. Sometimes the little things are a big deal.

Why don’t most fishing sunglass companies offer a clear lens sport model?

This is a BBZ Public Safety Announcement; have fun be safe!

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