Fishing Shirt – Lightweight-SPF 50 to 7XL

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Fishing Shirt

Fishing Shirt -Lightweight High UV Protection to 7XL  – Long Sleeve Polo Shirt in a range of colours

No Fish Pictures on these but cool, comfortable and Sun Safe

The fish will be jumping on the hook when they see you in this one

Get your Boardies on with this for Absolute comfort

These shirts are made for the American market so sizing is a little different

***Please allow 7-10 days for Despatch on this product***

Fishing Shirt – Size Chart

 

Entity Size Charts to 4XL

 

 

 

 

Entity Size & Despatch info
Designed for game day or the work day (but we know they are really for Fishing) these high-performance polos offer a soft matte hand and deliver exceptional UV protection
PosiCharge color-locking technology and
Moisture wicking.120 GSM – Super Lightweight
100% polyester interlock with PosiCharge technology
UPF rating of 50
Removable tag for comfort
Self-fabric collar with collar stand
Taped neck
3-button placket with dyed-to-match buttons
Set-in open hem sleeves

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold with like colours.

Do not bleach do not use softener.
Tumble dry low. Remove promptly.
Cool iron on reverse side if needed. (It is never needed)
Do not dry clean.

Cairns, Queensland – Maybe the best place in Australia to Fish?

If it’s your dream to catch a huge black marlin, as well as just about any other Australian gamefish species you can name, this is the place to come. North Queensland, in particular the area from Cairns northwards along the Great Barrier Reef, is known as the black marlin capital of the world.

Cairns fishing can be exhilarating. According to International Game Fishing Association records, up to 70 percent of all “granders” (black marlin exceeding 1,000 pounds) are caught in these waters each year. The season runs from September through late December, and nowadays, most of the marlin are tagged and released.

The tropical waters adjacent to the reef and along the continental shelf are incredibly rich in bait fish and plankton and also attract species such as yellowfin tuna, Spanish mackerel, mahi mahi (dorado), barracuda, trevally, wahoo, and sailfish. You can also cast a line from the shore or cruise the mangrove-fringed rivers for barramundi. Trolling and spearfishing are also popular.

A range of charters are available out of Cairns, from estuary fishing and inshore and offshore light tackle sports fishing to reef fishing, fly fishing, and liveaboard trips. Another bonus is that Cairns has an international airport, making it easy to access for anglers arriving from outside Australia.

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Colour

Black, Cardinal, Forest, Marine Green, Sapphire, Navy, Red, Royal, White, Smoke