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I've been thinking about buying a better pair of (bass) fishing sunglasses.

From what I read on here, I guess

sunny conditions => green mirror or gray

low light => amber.

Are blue lenses good for offshore use only?

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I'm curious, too. I'm hoping to buy a pair in the next couple weeks, but the more I look into getting a pair, the more unsure I am about what type of lenses would be best for me. Kind of need an all around pair.

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I'm in the same boat. I have an old beat up pair of Oakley Half Jackets that I'm going to either buy another set of lenses for or just buy a new pair of Wiley-X but I don't know what color I should get.

My nephew bought me a $20 pair of Strike King Ice glasses for Christmas. I'm very surprised at how good the polarization is in them.

 

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You will need to go and try the different lenses. Everyone's eyes are different with the different lens colors.

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Best lenses for my eyes:

1. Sunrise/Yellow (Best for overcast and dawn/dusk)

2.Cooper or Amber (What I use 80% of time)

3. Gray (Driving or bright sunny days)

Mirror tints are great for white out conditions or blue bird skies in deep water salt or fresh,but I try to stay home if that is a choice.

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You will need to go and try the different lenses. Everyone's eyes are different with the different lens colors.

Kind of hard to do when each set of lenses run $40-60 (Oakley) :)

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I use the blue mirror lens in freshwater and bright sunny days works for me. I also have a pair of amber for low light and mossy for sight fishing all are Solar Bats with the foam inserts.

Tight Lines

Pa Angler

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