Fishing is just relaxing. Because it's two best case scenarios at once. Chances are you're in a boat, or at least somewhere quite close to water. That's relaxing. Then there's the idleness – the tranquility. The sound of precisely not much going on in the world. If the fish don't bite, it was still pure relaxation.
And that's the fishing myth. The reality is, it's relaxing until the line snaps, you hook it round a tree, or even worse, catch a bad snag. Whether it's bait or a lure, it's still razor sharp metal on a thin line in moderate wind. It still sways like a pendulum if you give it enough slack. Don't rock the boat. And then what if there's sun? Gosh, what if there's some sun? Well, the only real answer is sunglasses. But there's not much call for fashion at a time like this. Function wins the day, but saves room on the winner's podium for style. There's always room for style.
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The Maui Jim Stingray is about the size of it. The smooth nature of the well hooked temples is about what fishing comes down to. Keep a good quality pair of polarized sunglasses around at all times – and make sure it has good coverage, like a rectangle shape. It covers the eye better than a smaller shape and avoids letting any light in at all.
Then there's the polarization aspect of it all. It's no secret that glare's annoying. It comes off any sort of uneven surface that reflects light. It's just light our eyes don't know what to do with. Well thankfully there is polarization. Polarization is the scientific name for an awesome filter that sits across the lens and enforces a no glare policy. Imagine how much better that makes fishing.
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