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Re: Sunglasses

Postby Frenchman83 » Dec Sun 31, 2017 7:02 pm

Great to hear. What do you see as the benefits over the copper versus the mirror for stream and River fishing?

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Re: Sunglasses

Postby Prybis » Dec Sun 31, 2017 8:25 pm

Frenchman83 wrote:Great to hear. What do you see as the benefits over the copper versus the mirror for stream and River fishing?

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I am not sure. Was told the copper with silver mirror was best for stream fishing. Here is a link to Costas lenses page that describes each of the lenses.

https://www.costadelmar.com/us/en/perfo ... enses.html
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Re: Sunglasses

Postby handyandy » Jan Fri 05, 2018 9:47 am

I'm not sure on the color/mirror difference for lakes and streams. But my serengetis are more of a green tent with greenish mirror I guess and there great on both lake and stream. You will be glad to have a good set of shades I hate it if I accidentally leave mine in a different vehicle or at home when I could use them.
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