Fishing Warm

Fishing in the ice or snow can be a great experience, but if you're wet and cold, not to mention not getting a bite, let's face it, it can be miserable. No matter how much fishing experience you have or how new you are to the game, staying warm is essential. Wearing HEATULTRA Long John for Men can make for an enjoyable day, allowing you to relax and wait for the big catch while dressing for the day.

In addition to dressing for ice fishing, dressing for outdoor activities can be applied to most winter sports. If you don't wear the correct gear to stay warm, no amount of tackle or bait will make a difference. Temperatures may fall, but that doesn't mean you have to stop having fun.

  1. Layers are essential: While you're out on the ice, the weather can change at any time. Temperatures will rise throughout the day when ice fishing and the wind and weather also play a part. You can discard some of the layers when the weather gets warmer or put them back on as the temperature drops by adding layers on top of them.
  2. Keep warm all day by wearing HEATULTRA Long John for Men as a base layer. This is the most critical one from all of these layers since it prevents moisture from sticking to your skin and allows heat to be trapped in to keep you warm.
  3. Middle layer: The middle layer is next. This should be a looser fit. There is no standard material, and popular materials include fleece and wool. Make sure you have several layers of mid-layers if one isn't enough. As long as they're light and flexible, you can remove one if you get too hot, and if you have one that stops the wind, even better.
  4. Outer layers: Jackets and pants are usually the outer layers. Windproof, rip-proof, and waterproof are all essentials for ice fishing. You can't stress enough how important it is to wear windproof and waterproof gear when you're sitting on ice in the middle of a lake.
5. Be sure to wear the proper headgear and accessories, covering not only your head but also your ears. Protect your eyes and, if possible, your skin with goggles or sunglasses. As well as gloves, socks, and the right shoes/boots, remember to bring them with you. I recommend insulated boots and a thick neoprene glove set with a larger pair of gloves to cover your hands. And lastly the HEATULTRA Head Warmer for extra layer of heat retention.