Anything but Pink and Skimpy

Fishing apparel from head to toe.

Women fishing apparel
Apparel to keep you comfortable while fishing. Jon Whittle

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Huk Running Lakes Straw Hat

Huk makes a version of this popular broad-brimmed straw hat specifically for women. It comes with an accent-color label and a chin strap for windy days. $25;

Costa WaterWoman 2 Sunglasses

This version 2 of Costa’s technical fishing glasses for women fits a wider range of faces than the company’s previous model. The frames come in four colors with a variety of mirrored or nonmirrored 580 polarized lenses. $197 to $277;

Fish Monkey Face Guards

Protect your neck, face and ears with a guard that offers UPF 50-plus protection in a lightweight, breathable fabric. This guard also features a mouth-hole pattern that keeps your sunglasses from fogging. $22.95;

Columbia Women’s PFG Tidal Deflector Ice Hoodie

Yes, it is available in Tiki Pink, but this hoodie also come in Cirrus Grey (pictured) and Atoll (light blue). The tech here is the combination of Omni-Shade Sun Deflector and Omni-Freeze Zero Ice, an advanced cooling system. $70;

Fish Monkey Pro 365 Guide Gloves

Available in sizes XS through 2XL, these gloves fit just about everyone. Exposed fingertips ensure dexterity for knot tying. The gloves also offer UPF 50-plus sun protection and nonslip silicone on the palm. $29.95;

AFTCO Original Fishing Shorts

AFTCO’s Original Fishing Shorts for women come in three different options. Pictured is the original for women, which features a 3-inch inseam. Want a little elasticity? Try the stretch version, which is 12 percent elastane. Like to hide a little of that thigh bulge? Buy the long version, with a 5-inch inseam. $55;

Columbia Women’s PFG Bonehead Shoe

Anything labeled PFG means it’s performance fishing gear. This shoe comes with water- and stain-resistant treatments, and more shock absorbency. $75;

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