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Quality Fishing Shirts for a Better Cast

by Alissa Crankshaw January 23, 2015

Experienced anglers know that a restricted casting motion can ruin a day on the water. Your cast can be disrupted by obstacles, other anglers, wind, and many other factors, but have you ever though about the clothes you wear?

The apparel you wear can make an impact on your cast as well, and it could be the difference between an exciting day on the water and an empty live well.

Better Range of Motion Means More Fish

No matter what type of fish you are after, having a smooth, accurate cast is always important. Whether you are fishing with plastic lures in shallow water or casting cut-bait into the deep blue sea, you need to be able to swing your arms freely so that you can make an accurate and effective cast.

Take sight fishing for example. When sight fishing, you are constantly looking for fish in clear, shallow water, scanning the area for any sign of a potential prize. As soon as you spot one, you need to quickly cast towards the fish.

Not only do you need to make a quick cast, you also need accuracy. The lure needs to fly just right so it lands where the fish can see it but doesn’t make a large splash, which might scare away your catch. You need to be ready to cast in any direction, and because of obstructions and your fellow anglers, you need to be able to use side arm and backhand casts to maximize your fishing.

After all, more casts mean more fish!

As you can see, flexibility and range of motion is important, so what does that have to do with your fishing apparel? As any experienced angler will tell you, having the right fishing apparel can make a big difference between an inaccurate drop and the perfect cast.

Maintain Your Casting Motion with Huk Fishing Apparel

Heavy sweatshirts and tight t-shirts can restrict your casting motion, but with loose-fitting Huk apparel, you’ll be able to make sidearm casts, overhead casts, backhand casts, and more.

At Huk, we understand the importance of a good cast, and we have designed our products with the fisherman in mind. That includes durable poly knit materials and moisture-wicking fabrics, but it also means better flexibility thanks to a small amount of spandex. None of your movements will be restricted, allowing you to make more casts, better casts, and safer casts.

If you enjoy fly fishing for trout, this fishing apparel allows you to make silky-smooth casting motions all day. If you are a bass fisherman, you can make the small to medium-range casts you need to hit the nooks and crannies where these fish are hiding, without getting hung up on trees, branches, and snags. Even if you are casting a 12 foot pole into the surf, give yourself the added advantage of Huk’s spandex-infused fabrics for a swifter motion and longer cast.

Quality Fishing Shirts for Any Angler

Visit our online selection today and you can find the perfect fishing shirt for your favorite pursuit.

Whether you are deep sea fishing or casting into a shallow river, an accurate cast is always important, so make sure you have the best gear from Huk.

Alissa Crankshaw
Alissa Crankshaw

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