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Fishing Umbrella for boat in summer heat


Ray's picture

By Ray - Posted on 17 May 2010

I am looking for a umbrella to put on my boat for summer fishing. Do any of you guys have one you really like?

gary's picture

I have the back of the seat mount umbrella from cabelas that was around thirty dollars. Got two of them, front and back seats. It does a fair job of blocking the sun, given it's size. Be careful when it's windy! I leaned forward to pick something up of the floor, without my back against the chair the chair closed on me! Would say its still worth it to block the sun.

Carl Painter's picture

I have one of the seat back umbrellas. It is too small and pretty much useless except for when the sun is directly overhead. I rigged a large beach umbrella, it is much better.

Ray's picture

Here is the best one on the market from what I read and what others say but it cost $270.00 and man that is a lot of money for an umbrella.
http://www.pro-techt.com/

Ray

Beau Butler's picture

Ray, I really like that umbrella, but when you start talking 2 of them, wife and I, it gets a little expensive.

nick1's picture

I am also looking for one, any advice?
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Beau Butler's picture

I am interested in this also.

Ray's picture

Here is the umbrella I am looking at now. Someone sent me a message saying they were using this one and liked it well.

http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/templates/links/link.jsp;jsessionid=MH...

Ray

Beau Butler's picture

I think I like the one at Cabela's due to price. Need to study it more.

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