Optical-quality Polarized Fishing Sun Glasses
|A bonefish, the "grey ghost of the
flats", made visible through the use of a polarized lens.
Take if from a professional fishing guide: the one piece of equipment
that every angler should invest in is polarized sunglasses.
A good pair will remove surface glare, enable you to see into the water,
and reduce eye fatigue.
Whether you are inshore sightcasting the flats or offshore watching the
trolled spread, a good pair of polarized sunglasses, made specifically
for fishing, is one of the most important pieces of gear for the you,
Plus, your eyes are sensitive and need protection from the strong reflected
light off of the water. And if you are thinking about the flats and bonefish,
forget it if you don't have polarized lenses in your fly fishing sun glasses..
What is polarization?
Ordinary sunglasses only reduce the amount of visible light entering
the eye. Polarizing a lens is the process of adding a polarizing film
to a lens. The polarizing film consists of microscopic horizontal lines
that act as a filter to block out light bouncing off horizontal reflective
surfaces such as sea water. This reflected light is 7 to 10 times brighter
than ambient light and is commonly referred to as glare.
If you eliminate reflected glare, the remaining light falls in a narrow
range of intensity allowing your eyes to relax and enjoy greater depth
perception and true color contrast. Everything looks richer and more
My favorite names in saltwater fishing sunglasses are Costa Del Mar and
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Keys Fishing Fact
| The Florida
Keys are located in the most biologically diverse area of the Atlantic
Ocean. Due to the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean sandwiching
the islands, while the warm Gulf Stream current meanders close by,
the ocean surrounding the Keys contains more species of fish than
anywhere else in the Atlantic.