The best...fishing gear

Seeker Bushido, Baladeo Float Knife, and more

Mitchell 300 Pro

The 300 was the first spinning reel ever sold to recreational anglers, and the latest edition might be the best yet. It “gobbles up line at 33 inches per turn” and, despite the “very down-to-earth” price tag, is built to last.

$70, basspro.com

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Source: Outdoor Life

Seeker Bushido

There are better-known rod-makers, but none make better rods than Seeker. “The Bushido is flush with high-end components,” including a guide system that increases casting accuracy.

$149, charkbait.com

Source: Outdoor Life

Baladeo Float Knife

Stop watching knives sink to an early watery grave when they fall overboard. With its cork handle, this simple folding knife will stay afloat even if you’re asking it to double as a handy key fob.

$21, baladeo.com

Source: Outside

Flambeau Ultimate Tuff ’Tainer

Don’t waste money on cheap tackle trays. Every Tuff ’Tainer is watertight and made with durable clamps and corners. A unique polymer coating even combats tackle rust.

From $9.50, flambeauoutdoors.com

Source: Field & Stream

Kast Vapor Tech Top

This top protects wearers against damaging sun rays, morning chills, and even “stinking up the bar afterward”—all thanks to its moisture-wicking, anti-microbial, 30-SPF-rated bamboo-blend fabric

$50, kastgear.com

Source: Blue Ridge Outdoors

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