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Inshore Fishing Accessories Engineered to Excel in the Salt

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Whether chasing wide-shouldered redfish, tasty speckled trout or game stripers, these products are designed to help you wring every ounce of excitement out of your time on the water.


Columbia Solar Cast Zero Long Sleeve Shirt
Finding a fishing shirt, one up to the rough-and-tumble lifestyle of hardcore fishing enthusiasts is challenging. Columbia’s Solar Cast Zero provides a special fabric with sweat-activated cooling and advanced wicking to keep you comfortable. A sun protection factor of UPF 50 keeps the sun’s damaging rays safely at bay. An antimicrobial treatment squashes unwanted odor, while generous pockets provide a nook for most must-have gear. ($110; columbia.com)

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Williamson Saltwater Series Fillet Knives
Carving up your catch shouldn’t be a chore. Anyone who has spent time bent over a cleaning table knows the value of a quality fillet tool. The Saltwater Series stainless blades are made by famed Finnish blade manufacturer Marttiini (established in 1928). Each is hand-sharpened, and holds an edge longer than most heavy-use knives. A surprisingly cushy handle conforms neatly to the hand, helping the user put plenty of umph into cleaning. The Saltwater Fillet is available in a variety of sizes. ($32.99 – $38.99; rapala.com)


Bomber Long Shot
Bomber’s new bait entices big fish with its salacious saunter and mesmerizing wobble. Aerodynamically enhanced, the Long Shot reaches distant targets with little casting effort. Region specific patterns target fish by mimicking local baitfish. Available in three sizes and weights. ($7.99; bombersaltwatergrade.com)


Costa Del Mar Cortez
A quality pair of polarized peeps are a necessity for those spending hours bobbing about searching for fish. Costa’s Cortez features molded frames with aggressive venting for fog-free operation. The frames are molded nylon, built for rough-and-tumble use. When paired with Costa’s legendary polarized, 580 glass lenses these are a tough-to-beat pair of fishing glasses. ($169; costadelmar.com)


Hobie Mirage Pro Angler 17T
Inshore anglers are taking to the water in droves in kayaks. These human-powered machines are functional, economical, and most of all, a blast to fish from. The Pro Angler 17T makes use of the patented MirageDrive pedal propulsion system leaving hands free for casting and wrestling with fish. The Pro Angler 17T is roto-molded of nearly indestructible polyethylene and has all the comforts of larger vessels. The 17T lets avid anglers slip quietly into unfished waters in style at a fraction of the cost of trailerable boats. ($5299; hobiecat.com)


Power Pole Micro
In the “why didn’t I think of that” category comes the Power Pole Micro. The Micro is an electric anchoring system designed for small craft. Whether a Jon boat, kayak or skiff, the Micro lets fishermen anchor up silently, hands-free, in seconds. The Micro keeps anglers locked into their favorite spots, without the need of clunky anchors or anchoring spikes. ($699; power-pole.com)


Canyon Ultimate Fishing Cooler
Quality coolers are a rare commodity. Canyon’s Ultimate Fishing Cooler offers 35-quarts of capacity, with a best-in-class 2.75” of insulation. Standard features include four rod holders, four stainless eyelets for securing, an accessory pouch (for all those must-have baits), drink holders, rechargeable interior light, wire basket, sting ray kayak seat or Aquatraction EVA foam padded seat. ($349; canyoncoolers.com)


Lew’s Custom Speed Stick Inshore Series
A good inshore rod is a necessity. Lew’s Speed Sticks are built on a 60-ton high modulus, multi-layered, multi-directional, lightweight rod blank. These rods provide plenty of power to muscle the biggest redfish into the boat while being sensitive enough to work baits with confidence. High-density EVA foam grips are immune to salt and offer a great grab even while wet. ($139; lews.com)


Plano Hydro-Flo Flex’N Go Satchels
Salt is the nemesis of fishing lures. Anyone who has forgotten to rinse one knows the heartache felt when they find their $25 lure rusted beyond repair. The Hydro-Flo satchels feature storage boxes with literally hundreds of small holes, strategically positioned on the top and bottom of the boxes. The holes create a breathable environment for stored lures and allow anglers to rinse everything off in one quick and easy step. Once rinsed, baits air dry inside without fuss. The two boxes are featured on each tackle system and secured with a flexible strap. ($24.99; planomolding.com)

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Todd Kuhn
Todd Kuhn
Dr. Todd Kuhn is considered a leading expert on inshore light tackle techniques – opting for fly-fishing and spinning equipment. The Gulfport, Miss., resident was awarded a doctorate in Environmental Engineering in 1996

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