From the dead of winter to the height of summer, sun protection is something that must always be on an angler's mind. In particular, your face and neck are two body parts that can really take a beating from the sun's direct rays as well as reflection off the water's surface. In my younger years, it would be common for me to come home with the dreaded "sunglasses outline" or a red border around my neckline where I missed applying sunscreen. What better way to avoid these unsig
Intro/Specs/Craftsmanship Face masks have been a very important part of my overall fishing arsenal for about 10 years now. I can still remember the very first time I wore a sun-protective mask. I was on a guided trip for tarpon in the Everglades and decided to try one for both the sun and bug protection. For the first couple of hours, I still remember feeling slightly uneasy wearing this new "thing" on my face. It wasn't really uncomfortable, but it was just a feeling I wasn'