This fast-action inshore Bubba Tidal Pro Series Rod features top-of-the-line components and an ergonomic carbon-fiber handle with Bubba’s signature non-slip grip.
With lightweight polyester-interlock fleece to keep the elements out, the comfortable soft-shell Columbia Women’s PFG Tidal Stretch Softshell Hooded Jacket is perfect for days spent on or off the water.
The full-zip Columbia Men’s PFG Terminal Stretch Softshell Hooded Jacket traps warmth and repels moisture creating a warm, snug-fitting feel that doesn’t restrict casting and fish-fighting mobility.
With a heavy-duty aluminum frame for maximum durability, the Daiwa Saltist MQ spinning reel features Daiwa’s Monocoque Body for more power and a more compact frame. A 360-degree screw-in sideplate creates compact and weather-resistant housing.
With low-profile side shields and integrated frame vents, the polarized Fin-Nor Hells Bay Sunglasses reduce interference from moisture and glare for maximum visibility.
With an extra-strong resin system for increased impact resistance, the G. Loomis GCX Inshore Rod is designed to hold strong against serious day-in and day-out abuse whether chasing albies, weakfish, or stripers.
Cast to albies from a safe distance when they’re keyed in on a larger profile. The durable, 5-inch, slightly tapered soft plastic Fish Snax Lures Albie Snax are equally as effective in producing a strike whether splashed through rips and waves or torn through an active feed.
The HUK quick-drying, lightweight shorts and pants are made from recycled plastic bottles, pack a 50+ UPF sun protection rating, and a have a pocket designed specifically for fishing pliers.
Designed to mimic an array of small baitfish, all three sizes of these bright and enticing Game On EXO Jigs cast a mile and can be skittered across the top or fished sub-surface to grab the attention of any hungry albies nearby.
The easily attachable and 100% waterproof sealed YETI SideKick Dry Gear Case keeps personal belongings dry and accessible when on the boat or in the surf.
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