Use a Golf Glove for distance casting?



I cut my finger bad on a cast so I must be getting better? Testing out a golf glove to prevent this from happening again.

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18 thoughts on “Use a Golf Glove for distance casting?

  1. Hey Billy…I think that I would go with the less expensive gloves myself…My catfish rods are cork handles so I like the slime to get on them…Builds character…LOL I've used Cat Maxx in the past and they were good reels…As far as the Okuma? I've never tried them but I hear good things about them…

  2. I think your casting is improving. The glove seems to be a viable option. If it protects your finger go for it. (As long as you don't start moonwalking it should be OK ;^D )
    The break away cannon was discussed on another channel recently, maybe Kris Flores' or Catfish Kings.

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