When you’re out deep sea fishing, protecting your eyes is essential. Hence, you want to make sure you find the right polarized to protect from the rays, which can be near blinding when they reflect off of the water.
Some things to consider when choosing your sunglasses is the type of fish you’ll be looking to catch like mackerel, snapper, or grouper. You’ll also want to examine the color of the lens and its material. In the case of polarized sunglasses, they have a special layer able to block all refracted sunlight except vertical rays. This means those rays reflecting off of the surface of the water will not affect you as you’re peering into the ocean in search of a catch or admiring the view.
For deep sea fishing, a safe bet is to go with blue lenses. A blue outer lens color paired with an inner lens color of gray is appropriate for the majority of anglers. The lens mirroring will block glare. On that note, don’t spend your money buying your fishing sunglasses online. Polarized sunglasses need to fit the face appropriately and they need to be comfortable. You don’t want glare seeping into your field of view, which defeats the purpose of even purchasing polarized glasses. The better the fit of the sunglasses, the better your vision will be. In turn, you may find it much easier to go up against big game fish.
This update is by Free Spool Sport Fishing, a custom built 43’ Sports Fisherman Free Spool at Haulover Marina offering an exciting deep sea fishing experience for anyone including families, friends or business associates. Spearheaded by Miami native Captain Dennis Forgione. We fish for many different species of fish and we specialize in kite fishing for sailfish and mahi, live bait fishing for kingfish and other game fish. For more information on sport fishing Miami, fly fishing Miami, or to book a sport fishing charter Miami Beach trip, please call 305-582-5445.