Yeti Camino 50 Tote
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Yeti Camino 50 Tote

The ultimate boat bag, this rugged 50 liter Yeti tote helps organize gear and transport it between truck and ship. Made from the same waterproof, ultra-durable and easy-to-clean material as the Panga Duffel, the Camino 50 features a molded EVA bottom, two interior zip pockets, CrossBar handles and deployable dividers to keep gear such than separate reels from bulkier equipment. The $200 bag measures 16.5 inches high by 22 inches long and 12 inches wide and comes in navy or storm gray.

Shimano Tranx 150 Fishing Reel
Shimano Tranx 150
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Shimano Tranx 150

The Shimano Tranx 150 expands this family of low profile reels to offer a versatile model perfect for lighter coastal presentations. Hagane metal body adds durability while enhancing smoothness. The smallest Tranx, the 150 weighs 6.7 ounces, hauls 150 yards of 20-pound braided line and offers 13 pounds of max drag. The reels also feature Shimano’s cross carbon drag material and will be available in three gear ratios – 6.3, 7.2 and 8.2 to 1. They cost $209.99.

Bubba Tidal Series Fishing Rods
Bubba Tidal Series
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Bubba Tidal Series

Bubba has officially launched its series of three models of inshore rods: Tidal, Tidal Select and Tidal Pro. All three models offer spinning and casting options in multiple lengths, actions, and powers. The tide rods ($139.99) are made from graphite and come with stainless steel guides and a split reel seat. Tidal Selects ($199.99) feature Fuji components and Toray 24/30 graphite construction. They also use Bubba’s Anti-Slip Grip material. The Tidal Pros ($329.99) come with premium Fuji reel seats and guides, 30T Toray graphite construction, ergonomic carbon fiber handles with non-slip grip, and lightweight design.

Fin-Nor Bouncer Sunglasses
Jump End-Nor
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Jump End-Nor

Fin-Nor, one of big game fishing’s most trusted brands, has launched a line of performance sunglasses featuring 20 styles, many of which have been designed with iconic captains such as Miami’s Bouncer Smith. Bouncer frames (shown) feature a wide to extra-wide fit, integrated spring hinge, adjustable rubber nose pads, rubber temple tips and low profile side shields. They are available in three colors and with gray or copper glass or plastic lenses and with three mirror options: silver, green or blue. All Fin-Nor sunglasses will offer side line lens technology, which reduces blue light transmission for crisp, distortion-free colors. They also feature improved abrasion resistance, hydrophobic/oleophobic coatings on both sides of the glass lenses, and a five or seven layer anti-reflective coating. Available in April, the sunglasses will cost between $159 and $209.

Toadfish Elite Guide Series
Toadfish Elite Guide Series
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Toadfish Elite Guide Series

Toadfish’s new Elite Guide Series spinning reels – in 2500 and 3000 sizes – feature an aluminum body, carbon rotor and handle and a sealed carbon drag. Both models feature 7+1 stainless steel sealed ball bearings and a 6:1 gear ratio. They carry 240 yards of 10-pound braid, weigh 7.8 ounces, and offer 16 pounds of maximum drag . Elite Guide Series reels are $150.

G. Loomis GCX Inshore Fishing Rods
G. Loomis Coastal GCX
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G. Loomis Coastal GCX

Each G. Loomis GCX Inshore rod blank utilizes the company’s multi-taper design process that allows engineers to reinforce potential stress points while reducing additional material. The process makes these rods lighter with more precise lengths, powers and actions. Available in three casting and 11 spinning patterns, the rods feature solid cork handles, Fuji reel seats and an optimized SeaGuide guide train. Spinning rods are available in medium and medium-heavy 6 ½ and 7 foot versions; spinning rods are available in 7, 7 ½ and 8 foot models in a wider range of powers. The rods cost between $289.99 and $339.99.

Huck Performance Bucket
Huck Performance Bucket
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Huck Performance Bucket

Huck manufactures its performance buckets from a UV-stabilized material called SpryTech, which is designed to outperform typical 5-gallon high-density polyethylene disposable containers. The company says it’s nearly impossible, in fact, to break its buckets. Other features include non-slip feet with finger prints on the bottom, “spaghetti-pot” side handles with finger prints, and a main handle system that stays in place with finger prints. You can simply grab the bottom or sides of the bucket rather than the handle while controlling emptying or filling. The 5 gallon Huck is 13 5/8 inches tall and has a base diameter of 10 ½ inches and a mouth diameter of 11 ½ inches. It weighs 3 lbs. Available in gray, blue, olive, tan, or white with tan, white, or black handles, Hucks is $99.95 (custom versions available).

Daiwa D-Vec waterproof bag
Daiwa D-Vec waterproof bag
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Daiwa D-Vec waterproof bag

Daiwa’s new D-Vec waterproof backpack is made from tarpaulin/nylon with PVC coated material. It features a waterproof zippered front compartment, easy access pliers holder, nylon top handle, padded shoulder straps and a flap and snap button design. It measures 16 inches by 27 inches and weighs 2 pounds. Available in black, it costs $79.99.

RedFin Sanibel
RedFin Sanibel
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RedFin Sanibel

RedFin’s Sanibel frames were designed for large faces. They feature heavy-duty two-way stainless steel hinges, non-slip Megol rubber nose tips, and ear-stems under the cap. Made by Carl Zeiss Vision, the nylon polarized lenses help eliminate glare and feature a coating that repels water, fog, sweat and oil; an anti-scratch protector helps resist abrasion. Sanibel frames are available in matte black or black tortoise. Lenses are available in Coastal Blue (Dark Gray/Blue Mirror), Gulf Blue (Light Green/Caribbean Blue Mirror), Shallow Mirror (Yellow/Light Green Mirror), and Dark Shad Mirror (Gray Base with Silver Mirror). They cost $229.

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Zerofit Heatrub
Zerofit Heatrub
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Zerofit Heatrub

Zerofit has launched two new base layers – Heatrub Ultimate and Heatrub Move – for cold weather protection and comfort on the water and everywhere outdoors. Ultimate ($90) has been independently tested to be five times warmer than competitors, with a heat retention index of 0.78. Standard base layers have a rating of 0.1 to 0.14; a sweater would be about 0.3. The heating wires inside the garment are activated by motion. The recommended temperature range is 14 to 50 degrees. The Move base layer ($76) has been tested to be twice as warm as similar products. The fabric inside is 45% polypropylene; the hull is made of hollow polyester. The garment wicks sweat away from the skin and its recommended range is 23-53 degrees. Ultimate is available in black, white, red, blue and grey; Move is available in black, white or titanium.