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December 03, 2014 14:18 ET

Anglers Holiday Wish List: 13 Holiday Gift Ideas for Fishing Enthusiasts

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A wise man once said, "A reel expert can tackle anything," but the right equipment goes a long way. This year, get the fishing enthusiasts in your life exactly what they need. Here are the top 13 items on their wish list ranging from stocking stuffers to big-ticket items.

1. Peregrine Lodge Guided Fishing Adventure in Haida Gwaii, BC

The ultimate gift is an exclusive adventure fishing tour in Haida Gwaii, BC. The area experienced historic runs of coho, chinook and halibut last year and the largest salmon run in almost a century.

To guarantee a unique and unforgettable experience, the Peregrine Lodge in Haida Gwaii is where serious fishing enthusiasts want to go. With a number of dates and packages to choose from, the lodge has experienced fishing guides, accommodation, gourmet cuisine, golfing facilities and more. Request a quote now for special holiday pricing on 2015 tour dates.

2. Tackle Grab Subscription

The Tackle Grab Subscription ($12-$16/month) is the gift that keeps giving year round. With a subscription, the fishing enthusiast fills in information on fishing style, ability and habitat online. Then a customized box of fishing supplies best suited to them arrives at their doorstep every month.

3. Bushnell Waterproof Compact Binoculars

Marine binoculars bring you closer to the action. With Bushnell Waterproof Compact Binoculars (reg. $74.99 at London Drugs), fishermen can easily spot where the fish are surfacing to best position themselves. The special features of these binoculars include water and fog proof lenses, a textured exterior to give firm grip even in the most challenging conditions, and a lifetime warranty. They comes with a carrying case and are a great addition to any fishing kit.

4. Ultimate Fishing Tool

The aptly named Ultimate Fishing Tool ($24) is the fisherman's' one stop shop that fits snuggly into a tackle box or pocket. It includes a scraper, foldable stand, LED light, serrated knife, scissors, bottle opener, hook remover, scale and tape measure. It makes a versatile gift for anglers of all levels.

5. Frabill Tangle-Free Rubber Landing Net

For net fishing, the Frabill Tangle-Free Rubber Landing Net ($39.99) is worth the investment. The rubber bag never gets tangled while fish are whipping around, and reduces hook and gill snags. This strong net will last a very long time.

6. J.A Henckels Fine Edge Pro Knife Block Set

There is no better fish than a freshly caught and filleted fish. The J.A Henckels Fine Edge Pro Knife Block Set (reg. $199.99 at London Drugs) includes all the knives to get that perfect cut. It comes with 13 knives, wooden block, and an easy-to-use knife sharpener.

7. Iridium Go Satellite Hub

You can stay connected on longer fishing trips with the Iridium Go Satellite Hub (reg. $999.99 at London Drugs). Flip up the antenna and create an instant Wi-Fi hotspot in the most remote fishing spots. With no roaming charges, data usage or coverage to worry about, the Go Satellite Hub acts as its own global cell tower. It is compatible with Apple, Android, and tablets and guarantees 5.5 hours of talk time.

8. Cabela's Willow Creek Vest

Cabela's Willow Creek Vest ($64.99) provides plenty of storage and dries fast, to make fishing comfortable and convenient. In addition to zippered exterior pockets, it has interior pockets to fit wallets, sunglasses or mobile devices. This is great for the first-time fisher or expert.

9. Olympus TG-3 Black waterproof camera

Without the picture proof, no one will believe the size of that catch! Make sure the fishing enthusiast in your life can get that proud picture with the Olympus TG-3 Black waterproof camera (reg. $349.99 at London Drugs). This camera has features that ensure blur-free action shots even in low-light conditions so the full glory of the fishing adventure is captured. It also has built in WiFi so images and files of the trophy fish can be instantly shared with friends and family. And to keep safe on those fishing getaways, the camera functions with GPS to locate its position too. This gadget is the best way to share the thrill of the perfect catch.

10. Berkley Tackle Bag

The Berkley Tackle Bag ($60) is a fisherman's best friend. It holds everything a typical tackle box can, but with added convenience. The inserts can be swapped out to fit exactly what needs to be brought on the fishing excursion, and the heavy duty water-resistant fabric make sure the contents are safe and secure. With its many pockets and shoulder strap, it's easy to bring along on any trip.

11. Nautilus Lifeline Rescue Radio

The Nautilus Lifeline Rescue Radio (reg. $324.99 at London Drugs) is a marine rescue radio works everywhere in the world. Its easy-to-use 3 button system make it so virtually anyone can use it. The green button contacts the boats and frequencies in close vicinity, the orange button sends an alert to the international hail and distress call, and the red button send coordinates as and the distress signal as far as possible. Give the gift of peace of mind knowing that everyone is safe out on the water.

12. George Foreman Indoor/Outdoor Grill

Behind every healthy fish fry is a good grill, and the George Foreman Indoor/Outdoor Grill (reg. $119.99 at London Drugs) delivers the big BBQ taste without the hassle. It requires no propane or charcoal and is coated with George Tough™ Nonstick Coating so every bit of fish comes off and makes it easy to clean.

13. Lindy Fishing Gloves

Catching the fish is just the beginning, but holding on to it is the hard part! Lindy fishing gloves ($31.99) provide all the grip and comfort you need to hang on tight. The rubber, textured exterior help hold a struggling, slippery fish still. The super flexible anti-cut SuperFabric ™ ensure hands are protected from sharp fins, teeth and hooks. And the gloves are machine washable so all the fish slime and odors are gone in a snap. They are useful for freshwater and saltwater fishing.

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