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Lucid Fish Grips: Over a Year Later

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A true test of a product comes after extended use. So, I thought I would do a follow up review on the Lucid Fish Grips after more than a year of heavy saltwater use. I did a REVIEW of the grips in November of 2014, prior to being part of the Lucid Fishing Team, and in all honesty there is nothing I would change from the original review.

The grips show the normal and acceptable signs of heavy use with some bumps and scratches. However, the grips function just like they did in the beginning. There are no obvious signs of rust or oxidation and the actual grip portion is still intact. After each use, the only thing I have done is given them a rinse with the water hose and only once have I “oiled” the grips. So, by no means have I “babied” these grips.

I still believe that if you are looking for a quality fish grip that comes with a much more comfortable price tag than other high-end grips, you should definitely consider Lucid. They have proved to be a very important tool for me, especially for handling those toothy creatures whether or not they are going to the dinner table or returning to the water.

Recently on a forum I learned that some people are skeptical of “pro” staff reviews. If you are one of these people then don’t take my word for it, check out the photos below. I believe they speak for themselves.


To check out my original (full) review of Lucid Fish Grips click the link above and you can get more information from the Lucid website and www.lucidfishing.com


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Shane has been kayak fishing since 2009 and is passionate about it. Inshore saltwater kayak fishing is his addiction of choice, however, he enjoys the occasional offshore and freshwater trip as well. He mainly fishes the inshore lakes, bayous, and marshes of Southwest Louisiana but does venture into other territories. Shane is a member of the Hobie Fishing Team and holds Pro Staff positions with YakAngler, Lucid Fishing, and Ship To Shore Co. He was also the founding president of the Lake Charles Kayak Fishing Club. "My simple goal for this blog is to promote kayak fishing as it is something I love. I will post articles, reviews, videos, photos, and basically all things kayak fishing." ~Shane [Shane Coleman] (https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-2NDpawIFmAk/VXTdW7z-51I/AAAAAAAABBk/bENRfktWrpA/s539-no/df12fc81-bf77-4b88-8326-f65980b08dca)