sunglasses or no sunglasses

Ever Aguilar

 I hear a hole lot about using polarized shades and other types of shades for bass fishing just wondering if you guys knew of any good ones that were also pretty easy on the wallet? and the advantages in using them?

Posted by Ever Aguilar Expert Member created over 5 years ago - last updated over 5 years ago
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Joe Pych

Polarized glasses are definitely a help in cutting down the glare and see into the water. As long as they are polarized you will get that benefit.

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Ever Aguilar

cool.

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Aj Farkas

i have costa del mar, but a buddy of mine was telling me the other day he just bought a pair of calcuttas from walmart for 30 bucks. The advantage is this, last week i took my son fishing, and about 6 feet out i saw a pickerel, but he didnt. i gave him my glasses, and he saw it, and caught it. They help you see the variations of depth in waterbodies, for the most part. I think they are an anglers #1 friend when fishing lakes and ponds !!!

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Ever Aguilar

now thats, what im talking about, cant beat 30 bucks at wallmart  for a pair of polarized shades, i checked dicks sporting goods and  and they got prices that are 80 bucks and way up but im definatly getting me some at walmart to basicly try them out for my self. thanx.

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Daniel Plaza

befor i got me a new pair i used the 5 dollar pair of polarized for wallmart and they do work u can spot fish where if u wernt wearing them u couldnt see any thing. its a big benefit for us pavement, shore fisherman takes that glare away and can see a few feet in the water.. must have.

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Ever Aguilar

well i finaly did get me some at wallmart for ten bucks and its a hell of a diferance! thanx to everyone for all the feed back and info!

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Aj Farkas

sweet, kinda makes you feel like your cheating, but oh well !!!!

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Ray N

I was told copper color glasses work better for slat water... anyone else hear about this? I have my regular Wal-Mart warriors for bass fishing. Makes a big difference

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D Kenny

strikeking has them at wal mart for about 12 to 25 bucks. they work well and hold up pretty well. i bought a pair of spider wires glasses and they were junk and the lenses fell out with in 2 weeks

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Señor Navarro

Same here. Walmart has Berkley polarized glasses for $4.96 and $9.96. I have the $9.96 ones and they work very well. Very lightweight.

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