polarized lens color
thinkin I might invest in some more durable glasses...
I can usually keep a nice set a good many years, cheap sets I destroy wildly for some reason.
Can anyone give me an idea of how copper compares to amber? Grays are useless imhexperience. I find amber makes the water column much more visible and is versatile through the light range but for the very brightest days. Amber is good to quite low light, and I'll often fish the twilight overnights here in summer. I wonder if a photochromic copper might do as well in low light, I guess, and make up for where amber leaves me squinting on long, bright bigwater days.
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