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Gift Ideas for the Outdoorsman In Your Life

By Edited Jul 27, 2015 2 4

It is never easy buying Christmas gifts a man. Of course, it isn't easy buying a gift for a man for any occasion. Even obtaining  gift ideas from a man is not an easy thing to do. If your man is a true outdoorsman, that is he lives to hunt and fish,  I have some  gift ideas for you that might make your christmas shopping a little easier. Remember that everyone likes to be remembered and if you find him that perfect fishing gift, it will be much appreciated.

If the man who you want to buy for enjoys fishing during the hottest part of the summer, you might want to consider buying him a Columbia fishing shirt. These shirts are "air conditioned" in the back and made out of a very lightweight material so that he will not get too hot on those dog days of summer. . I have a whole closet filled with these shirts. Columbia makes a couple of lines of these types of shirts. You cannot go wrong with a Columbia shirt. They make the unbearable heat more comfortable and they are made of a material that is designed not to hold odor like cotton does.

Some anglers enjoy fishing during the winter, and of course, hunting takes place during the winter. Not all of them are ice fishermen, some like to fish from their boats in the winter. Nonetheless, they all need to be kept warm. Keeping warm is high priority for a winter sportsman. Warm socks, Under Armour Coldgear undergarmets, rabbit fur lined mad bomber caps, or a great pair of gloves are all items that most men will not buy for themselves, but would be much appreciated if given as a gift.

Of course, hunters need good boots. Talk to your hunter and determine what he likes to do, what terrain he is stomping over, and then go to your local hunting store and talk to the boot salesperson. He will be able to steer you towards a boot that will be much appreciated.

Buying can become even more complicated when it comes to fishing poles or reels. Anglers tend to become very specialized and require very expensive and specialized equipment. If you have a hardcore angler like the kind I have just described, the best thing you could buy for him is a Bass Pro Shop gift card. This will help him to defray the cost of a brand new and top-of-the-line fishing rod or a reel. Most sensible men will not pay $300 for a fishing rod, but if he had $150 in gift cards, he might be more willing to purchase the rod he has always wanted. the reason that I chose to tell you to purchase Bass Pro Shops gift card is that Bass Pro carrys a fantastic selection of rods and reels.

If your man is a true hunter, a gift card from Cabelas would be much appreicated. Cabelas is a hunting store that also has fishing gear, and Bass Pro Shops is a fishing store that also has hunting gear. They are both top of the line places to shop for the outdoorsman.

Another great idea for a Christmas gift is a guided fishing trip. A day on the water with a fishing guide will take year's off of the learning curve of any fisherman. Before you invest in a fishing guide make sure that you make some phone calls and research your guide. Most succesful guides advertise heavily and have a great reputation at all of the local bait shops. Call the local bait shop and talk to the owner about local fishing guides. Most bait shops have guides who work out of their shop. After you have talked to the bait shop, call the guide and talk to him. Then make your decision. A guided fishing trip will be a very well received gift.

Fishermen are challenging to buy for to say the least. they tend to be picky when it comes to their fishing equipment, and a true fisherman thinks about very little other than fishing. This is exactly why I wrote this article giving you some ideas about what to buy for the fisherman in your life.




Nov 23, 2010 7:10am
Great ideas for the hard to buy for man in your life. Having a hobby does make the choices a little easier and you have given some good ideas. thanks
Nov 23, 2010 7:17am
My boyfriend had requested a fishing pole. This is a subject that I am completely illiterate on.
Nov 23, 2010 9:48am
The best thing to do is to give him a gift card. I don't want anyone buying me fishing poles because chances are, I have 6 that are of higher quality already.
Dec 19, 2010 7:41pm
Awesome stuff Jay! I'm really impressed with your articles, you're doing great!
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