Originally Posted by jsnipes28
I've never tried the vermillion/green but I could def see them being good in lower lighting conditions or certain water colors.
I fished for sailfish and blue marlin all my life w my dad and mated on a boat for a couple summers and def found there that the gray was wayyy better than everything else--moreso than just being able to see through the glare but also penetrate the water to watch the riggers etc. I wish i had micro cleaning clothes haha--i think my 99% of my cleaning has been done w clean part of t-shirt or a paper towel and my glasses are constantly splotched w saltwater but it's so futile to constantly try and clean them that i just kinda learned to live w it. I could probably take much better care of my glasses than I do.
My 2 trips (ever. Beat?) sea fishing, one marlin and one tuna, I had grays on and I doubt another lens would have been better. Of course these were hella bright sunny days and I'm not sure what I was looking for in the water anyway. lol
And the micro cloths are standard for me, lol. I am so used to a smallie spraying me with water. I think it's just plain habit to be wiping my glasses regularly most of all. I guess it goes with all my other fishing "habits":
No banana's in the boat
No fish on the 1st cast
Wipe sunglasses clean a ton
Water in livewell during tourny before a fish is caught