PhotosNew Fishing Gear from the December/January Issue
New Fishing Gear from the December/January Issue
Holidays are around the corner - check out these new items.
December 12, 2013
To create the ultimate bait in both appearance and movement, Savage Gear took 3-D computer scans of actual shrimp as the basis for its new TPE Manic Shrimp lure. With exaggerated legs and antenna, and a specially designed tail section infused with nylon mesh to prevent tears, this lure offers lifelike kicking and secondary actions. Rigged with a weighted ultrasharp EWG hook, the TPE Manic Shrimp is available in 21⁄2, 4 and 5 inches in a variety of ultrarealistic paint jobs. From $5.99; savage-gear.com
Stay warm and dry this winter in the versatile Firestorm jacket from Columbia, featuring the latest achievements in sportswear technology. An Omni-Tech coating seals the material, providing waterproof and breathable protection in wet weather, while the thermal-reflective lining traps your body heat for long-lasting warmth sans the sweat, thanks to Omni-Wick EVAP inserts. Final touches include a waterproof zipper, license window and a rod holder. $550; columbia.com
If you’ve had to cut your line due to an impossibly stuck anchor, try out the rocky-bottom Grappler Anchor. Constructed with rust-resistant aluminum, the Grappler is lead-free, nontoxic, and features bendable tines and “bottom trip” functionality for easy retrieval. An optional nonstick, nonskid coating provides additional durability and strength. American-made and manufactured in Charleston, South Carolina, the Grappler is sold in four sizes for boats up to 35 feet. From $99.99; grappleranchor.com