I was just wondering if anyone has tried these Lindy Fish Handling Gloves? They are $25 per glove, kinda spendy in my opinion for just one glove. So I thought I'd see what others have thought of this product, how they fit, how long they lasted, did they actually stop a hook from getting through, ect... Any thoughts or comments would be helpful, Thanks
Thanks for the input, I was out at a store last night, but they didn't have any in stock, so either they are so popular they sold out or they stopped stocking them because they didn't sell... hmmm. I couldn't find a sales person who wasn't busy with other customers and didn't have time to wait, so I guess I just find out later, it's not that pressing right now. The old, smelly leather glove still works for the small panfish and bullheads.
The Lindy gloves are excellent but in my opinion the Gates Super Fabric gloves are just as good and you get a pair of them for about what the Lindy glove costs. I bought my (Gates gloves) at Cabellas years ago and have used them for all types of fish handling with no injuries to my hands or fish.
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