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We’ve got all your fishing gift needs for any anglers on your shopping list.

With Thanksgiving over and the weather getting cold, many are already looking forward to the Christmas holidays, writing out wish lists and tacking them around the house in hopes of gifts. If all you’re thinking about is loading up for those crack-of-dawn fishing trips, the newest and latest gear would be a nice touch, wrapped and ready for use under the Christmas tree.

The White River Fly Shop Dogwood Canyon Pre-assembled Fly Outfit comes in several different lengths and line weights for every fisherman’s needs. It is great for rookies and seasoned veterans as it doesn’t tangle easily and it comes pre-assembled. This rod is durable and a great value for the price with its two-piece graphite fly rod, anodized aluminum reel seat, all-aluminum disc-drag fly reel, weight forward fly line and a tapered leader. It also can easily transfer from salt to fresh water.

fly outfirPhoto via Bass Pro Shops

If your tackles and lures are tangled and unorganized, a new tackle box might make your life a little easier. The Bass Pro Shops Extreme Qualifier 370 Tackle Bag is big enough to carry five 370 utility boxes as well as an extra spoil of line and tools in the outside rain pockets. The side pockets can hold the essentials, from water bottles to first-aid kits, even a place for your cell phone. This tackle bag can be purchased as the bag alone or for a few dollars more with four 370 boxes, though it is large enough to fit five or six.

tackle bagPhoto via Bass Pro Shops

For fisherman looking to carry as little as possible, the Fishpond Gore Range Tech Pack can hold all of your needs. This lightweight vest is packed with mesh pockets that expand to hold spools and tackles. If you tend to hike to your fishing grounds, this vest is perfect for holding extra gear without having to tote a large tackle box. It is conducive to changing weather conditions, allowing a fisherman to wear rain gear or winter jackets comfortably underneath with the vest’s adjustability. The mesh back makes it breathable for the hottest days as well.

fishpond vestPhoto via Sportsman’s Warehouse

Lures make the difference between going home empty handed or with stringers over flowing with fish. The Christensen Legend Lure is great for game fish, particularly trout as well as mackinaw and kokanees. There is a small hole at the head of the lure that can be stuffed with bait, so tantalizing the fish will practically jump into your boat. It’s great for trolling or use on its own. The lure is simply to use, transfers to both fresh and salt water, resembles realistic swimming motions and comes in six different colors.

chatareusePhoto via Sportsman’s Warehouse

If ice fishing is more your forte with winter rapidly approaching, then look no further than the Dynamic Lures HD Ice Jigging Lure. This handy lure boasts a hollow construction that emanates sound and action pertinent in ice fishing. This jig works best for medium sized prey—trout especially. With little rattles echoing off the ice and eight realistic and vibrant colors, this lure will ensure the bets catch of the day.

dynamic luresPhoto via Sportsman’s Warehouse

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Fishing For a Great Gift?