On your , we’ll have just about everything ready to go so you can get on the water, rod in one hand and, with a little professional maneuvering, a big, pink salmon in the other. We mentioned in an earlier blog that you’ll want to pack your panties, but we’ll take care of the rest. Here’s the best fisherman clothing money can buy, so you can look like and feel like a pro.
Let’s start with your underwear. Cabela’s X-Bionic First-on-Skin Energizer shirt and pants will have you looking like a science-fiction astronaut. They are ideal for extreme conditions on a journey, keeping your body temperature optimized at 98.6º F. Quick-drying, they’ll keep your buns as comfy your La-Z-Boy at home.
Canada’s doesn’t want a little bit of precipitation to ruin your trip. So, you’ll want a weather-and-water friendly coat to protect you from the elements in case Poseidon reckons his sea needs watering. According to , the number one best fishing coat is G4 Pro Jacket. With 11 sealed pockets in this four-seasoner, you can, literally, take a shower while wearing this jacket and walk out a dry man. Now, blow your nose on that Kleenex in your jacket’s pocket. Oh, snap. It’s still dry.
You might want to do more than just fish at the , it’s too beautiful around here to stay indoors. A pair of will keep you dry, chaff-free, and handling any terrain—land or sea. These aren’t just the best boots you can own for fishing, they’re the best you can own when leaving work on Friday.
Pants can be tricky. You won’t be doing much wading around here as you’ll be on aboat, so keep those waders at home. Keeping it simple? Try Storm Sonar Waterproof and any pair of pants from . You can wear these while lounging on, and off, the boat.
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