Perfect for the angler, this sporty Fishing Watch from Casio displays feeding cycles and moon phases. It also features a silent vibrating alarm and sunrise/sunset display. A must-have watch for any fisherman, and a great value! Water resistant to 100 meters. Durable, green nylon and leather band.
The Casio Fishing Watch makes a terrific gift for the angler or outdoorsman!
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rcountry620 Great watch But NO Access to Bands
I purchased this watch thru Bass Pro Shops several years ago, and it worked great for several years until the past year. Several things wouldn't work properly like changing the time from EST > DST and back. The main thing that took me aback was the watchband itself. Because of Casios' particular design of this watch, no replacement band can be found. This includes not only Bass Pro but also Casio Corp. They informed me that they do not make extra bands for this particular model due to its distinct design. So in essence you get what you pay for. Pray you don't need to replace the watch band!
April 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Meho98 Best Gift Ever!
My son got me this watch, Best gift I have ever received, It has improved my catch 10 fold with all the cool features that it has.
February 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by oldy Casio Watch
I was given one of the Watch for a a gift two years ago. And it has been beat on and still working. But I felt funny wearing it going out for dress. I love the fishing part and the digital numbers are large enough to see at night with the light. Use it all the time at work and while fishing. And I have fallen into the Lake several times and it keep on ticking. I just bought another one to wear out for dress now.
January 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by DustyT1617 Really Works
This watch has been a great addition to my fishing gear. The fishing times are spot on. Love it.
January 21, 2013
I just purchase this watch 2 days ago! So far I have seen 1 to 2 fish on the face; a sliver of a moon to a half moon. But I know that the closer to a full moon (check your calendar); the more fish will be on the watch and hopefully at the Lake.
Go online to Wikepedia and enter in your town's name and it will give you your town's long and lat. Round to the nearest whole number and then follow the instructions to enter those numbers into the watch
I was just setting mine up and I measured it for you. It is 10 1/2 incges stretched out on a ruler. Hope you have good eyes, the instruction book is in very small print. Otherwise looks like a good watch for the money.