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How to Fish for Bass in the Summer

Posted by Connor Griffith on May 25, 2018 2:15:33 PM

The spring season, with its cooler water temperatures and annual spawn, is widely known as the year’s best season for bass fishing. Depending on your skill level and where you’re fishing, you’re liable to catch some trophies during the spring months. Summertime, on the other hand...that’s when things get tricky. Just like that - the big bass seem to disappear. What’s the deal?

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When is the Best Time to Go Fishing?

Posted by Connor Griffith on Apr 20, 2018 10:18:40 AM

As the Spring season starts warming up the rivers and lakes, melting the high-elevation ice and revealing the flow of fresh water to the sun’s touch, any angler worth his rod can tell you it’s time to cast a line or two. But it’s not as simple as jumping into any old stream and expecting a fish to bite – you have to understand when they’re likely to catch, and why.

Before you go fishing indiscriminately for any species you can think of, remember to check with the local Fish & Wildlife Department for any fishing closures or restrictions that might be in effect. Also, keep in mind that you need your fishing license before you cast your line.

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Polarized Sunglasses Are Needed Year Round

Posted by Adrian Doggrell on Dec 12, 2014 9:30:00 AM

I admit that everyone probably doesn’t agree on this, but I am a big believer in polarized sunglasses. They provide an extra level of protection to your eyes in the same frame. It is like wearing a pair of pants with the underwear already built in. Wait. That is a bad example, but you know what I mean.

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Topics: Sunglasses, Fishing

3 Tips to Improve How You Clean Your Fish!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Jul 29, 2014 10:12:00 AM


For avid and casual anglers in search of an  outdoor adventure, a boat’s fillet table can be a real lifesaver. It makes cleaning one’s prize catch ultra convenient and helps keep filleting tools all in one place. However, for the best results, they must also be properly maintained. Here are a few tips from our adventurous Pugs team that may help in that department:

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The Right Sunglasses Catch More Fish

Posted by Nathan Miller on Jun 24, 2014 7:30:00 AM


You may not think it’s important, but wearing the right sunglasses is necessary whenever you are engaging in water sports. Outdoor adventures that involve fishing, boating or water skiing can cause exposure to extreme glare coming off the water or shoreline. This could lead to eye strain, headaches or even sunburn, but these conditions can be avoided with the right protective eyewear.


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Topics: Fishing

Fishing Isn't Much Fun If You Can't See the Fish

Posted by Nathan Miller on Jun 6, 2014 8:00:00 AM


Do you know what the difference is between a good angler and a great one? In our opinion, a good angler goes on an outdoor adventure and recognizes that the fish are biting somewhere. A great one, on the other hand, knows precisely where that sweet spot is located. And there is no better way to go from being good to great than investing in the right resources.


Fish finders, fishing maps and sportsmen apps all have their place on the road to glory. That much is true. But they are not the only tools that a great angler needs to succeed. It’s also important to have an affordable pair of Pugs polarized sunglasses. After all, you need to be able to see the tell-tale signs of fish activity in order to catch a beastly bass or a mighty minnow.


When shopping for polarized sunglasses, choose pairs that won’t slip off every time you lean over to get a closer look at those suspicious bubbles in the cattails. Otherwise, you’re apt to spend more time fishing your glasses out of the weeds than you are casting your line. It’s also beneficial to keep colored lenses on hand.


Some anglers swear by Pugs polarized sunglasses that feature amber, copper, brown or gray lenses. They say those lenses colors increase their visual acuity in certain situations. For deep sea fishing or other times when you’ll be out on the open water, try the gray or copper lenses. And on those early morning or late day fishing runs, consider going with amber or brown.


Then top off your fishing worthy look with a tea stained, straw hat. Straw hats are ideal for shading an angler’s face and neck from the sun. Plus, they tend to be lightweight, good looking and cool. To check out the entire line of Pugs affordable sunglasses and cool summer hats, visit our online store!


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You Probably Need a Few Pairs of Pugs Sunglasses

Posted by Adrian Doggrell on Nov 14, 2013 7:45:00 AM


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Your Favorite Fishing Weekend

Posted by Nathan Miller on Nov 10, 2013 8:09:00 AM

Okay, I’m all packed and off. Packing is always one of the worst parts of a camping trip. The next is un-packing, not really sure which is worse. Seems like I always forget something. 

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Topics: Camping, Fishing

Fly Fishing and the Necessity of Polarized Sunglasses

Posted by Adrian Doggrell on Jun 22, 2013 5:38:00 PM

Upon first inspection, you wouldn’t assume I had the redhead pale skin gene. That is probably mostly due to the fact that I don’t have red hair. Unfortunately, I have dated a pale ginger for the past few years, and I am fairly sure that I absorbed her skin condition. That is why nothing is worse when I go fishing than when I forget my sunglasses. Because if I have any part of my body that is more sensitive than my skin, it is my eyes, and when you are fly-fishing, your eyes are your most important tool, making my sunglasses absolutely vital.

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Topics: Sunglasses, Fishing, Polarized


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