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I live in the Pacific Northwest and I'm looking to build an aluminum jet boat to fish out of. I have noticed that it is very common for fishing boats to have polished aluminum sides up here, creating a glare from the sun. Granted, most of these boats are being used for trolling and not casting applications. It looks cool, but I see this as being counterproductive to my fishing efforts. My way of thinking, if there is a chance it's going to limit my success then I'm not going to do it. Just curious what some of your opinions are on the subject. Thanks, Josh



 

 





 

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It something totally up to you. Honestly I don't really think it matters. I fish out of glass boats that do the same thing as well as have a polished stainless prop that I'm sure shines in the sun too and I don't think it makes a difference. If you think it does, then don't polish the aluminum on your build or paint it a flat color so it doesn't reflect at all.

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