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Outdoor Fishing Gloves – illuminated fingers are good for more than just fishing

Holding a flashlight while you work on something can turn an easy repair into a juggling act. Things become a lot easier when the light is attached. To say, your fingers maybe? The Outdoor Fishing Gloves may be made for anglers, but it can be useful even away from the water.

The name of this glove is pretty redundant, who fishes indoors? And if you are ice fishing in a hut, is this not for that? In any case, this fits on your right hand. It’s not even a full glove, it slips over the thumb and pointer finger. Each finger has a small LED light that shines down on whatever you’re working on. Ideally so you can bait your hook and fish, even in the dark.

You can use this for a variety of things. Repairs in dark corners, late night yarnwork, reading with your finger tracking your place. Get creative! The glove itself is made from spandex and cotton. It is waterproof (in case you are actually eyeing this for moonlight fishing trips). You can pick one up for $4.99.

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