October 23, 2015 12:06 pm
Source: Fishing Report Now
The hoodie might be the quintessential top for fishing. Stormr’s hoodie might be the ultimate. Its benefits go far beyond any other, the company says. Some of the reasons hoodies work well for fishing are that they’re oversized, fitting over other garments, and comfortable, including warm. But the Stormr Swell Hoodie features a neoprene exterior. That sheds water and is entirely windproof, unlike the usual sweatshirt hoodie. The Swell is oversized to fit over layers and is warm, retaining body heat. The hoodie has a fleece lining. It features two large front pockets, a cinch cord around the waist and a front zip. You’re fishing. Weather’s chilly, windy. Threatening rain. The ocean is spraying. But you can concentrate on the task, because you’re comfortable.
Tags: rain, swell, fishing reports, windy, chilly, garments
Categorised in: Uncategorized, STORMR PRODUCTS, PRODUCT REVIEWS, SWELL March 9, 2015 2:37 pm
“I recently had the opportunity to test the new STORMR STRYKR suit and to say it is off the charts in every regard is an understatement. This just may be the ultimate in cold weather foul weather suits in fishing. Not only does it provide a dry, comfortable fit but it very well could be the warmest I have worn too.”
Read the entire review here: http://wired2fish.scout.com/story/1468823-stormr-strykr-suit
Tags: STORMR, Strykr, Wired2Fish, Review, rain gear, foul weather
Categorised in: Uncategorized, STORMR PRODUCTS, STRYKR February 6, 2015 3:34 pm
Not sure who to pick for your Fantasy Fishing Team to kick of the B.A.S.S. season at the 2015 Bassmaster Classic? Your’e in luck! I asked over 2,000 people who they are picking to win, and from lucky cheese, to Cinderella Stories, here are the top picks most think have the heart to win it all at Hartwell!
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Tags: jim root, Fantasy Fishing, 2015 Bassmaster Classic
Categorised in: Uncategorized June 9, 2014 1:50 pm
Every Angler has something that they believe sets them apart in the fishing realm. While scanning the internet for some lunchtime entertainment, I came across something truly unique. Perhaps, the most insanely unique form of fishing. I felt the need to share it with you.
” In 1934, Hemingway used an advance on a book of short stories to buy an 11.5-meter (38 ft) pleasure yacht that he named Pillar and customized extensively. It was at this point that Hemingway became an expert fisherman. During the summer of 1938 alone, he managed to catch an insane 52 marlins. In fact, Hemingway was such a legendary fisherman in Cuba that Castro held the Torneo Hemingway fishing contest in Hemingway’s honor in 1960.
However, some of Hemingway’s methods could be described as unorthodox. For example, in 1935, he caught a shark. That’s not unusual in itself, but while wrestling the shark onto the boat, he somehow managed to shoot himself in both legs with a Colt revolver. Later, in another event that influenced The Old Man And The Sea, he managed to catch the biggest fish on record. Hemingway and his friend Mike Strater hooked a marlin that was believed to have been over a gigantic 4 meters (13 ft) long and fought for hours to reel it in. When a group of sharks started circling, Hemingway fired a Thompson machine gun at them, but shooting the sharks simply bloodied the water and attracted more of them. By the time the fish was brought aboard, it had been torn almost in half, but what they had still weighed 227 kilograms (500 lb). ” Credit: listverse.com
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Tags: Team STORMR, ernest hemingway, machine gun, marlin, sharks, 1938
Categorised in: Uncategorized May 6, 2014 12:45 pm
Enjoy this collection of fan submitted photography. Maybe you will spot yourself.
Tags: Alaska, fishing, photography, fans, ice fishing
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