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Offshore Angler Fishing Gloves

   

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Protect your hands against nicks, scrapes and gashes with a pair of premium Offshore Angler® Fishing Gloves. Designed with a unique, non-slip latex coating that covers the palm and fingers for outstanding gripping power, and the high-quality construction ensures you have a pair of dependable fishing gloves for years to come. Imported.

  • Unique, non-slip latex coating for outstanding grip
  • Durable, long-lasting construction
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wrong size I love my pair. Bought a pair for my wife. There was no size choice. They are way too big for her. She'll use them as it's the best there is but it would be good if they had a "small" . We have nieces and nephews and soon grandkids. While I'm on the lake teaching cousins and brothers how to catch big fish, She's on the dock teaching the little ones how to rip the lips off Bluegill and that's most often what we eat.. June 5, 2014
A Must Have W/ Braided Line If you use braided line, you'll eventually snag on something & cannot pull free. Using bare hands to pull on braid, you will have the braided line cut & bury in your skin. This is the solution for pulling free lures w/ braided line. The rubber texture helps keep a grip on the braided line & the gloves keep your hands from getting cut up. Cheap & useful. Keep a pair in your boat or tacklebox, till the time you need to free a lure. March 18, 2008
Quality Gloves I bought these gloves for my in shore fishing trips because I got really tired of the red fish cutting up my hands. They fit well and protect my hands but I cannot wear them and operate my rod and reel. They do the job they were intended to do. November 9, 2012
Not worth the $ These gloves don't really fit well at all. They'e nice for grabbing braided line, sea bass or other fish with spines but the fit is horrible. If they cost more money I would be upset, but for the price I guess they provide some sort of value. July 10, 2012
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Will these remove the slime during c&r or are they safe if wet?
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most fresh water here are held by the mouth-jaw. So only fingers would play here. Wet the glove before holding a fish whole like a trout. Wet will not hurt them
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Are they thick enough to withstand barbs and spines from fish? What about teeth?
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absolutely!
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Yes to all questions, except the back part of the hand, but that does not matter.
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That depends on the fish. I use them for saltwater fish. Good balance between protection and bulkiness.
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What size are they?

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Large
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One size fits all until they stretch, then too large for small hands.
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Pretty well. I use them when cleaning my fish. They will slip a bit if the fish is slimy, but so will your hand. These will give you a better grip on the fish, not to mention a little bit of protection from the fillet knife.
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They should work fine, but I tend to favor fingerliess gloves for all things fishing.
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