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what watch do u use for fishing?

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Timex Indiglo.

I change out the band to Nylon/Velcro.

I surf, swim,shower with it and never take it off.

Indiglo dial shines bright when you need it.

I got 5 years out of the last watch for $55. I could have probably had the battery changed and got another 5 years.

 

Best bang for the buck, imo.

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View PostTimex Indiglo.

I change out the band to Nylon/Velcro.

I surf, swim,shower with it and never take it off.

Indiglo dial shines bright when you need it.

I got 5 years out of the last watch for $55. I could have probably had the battery changed and got another 5 years.

 

Best bang for the buck, imo.

 

 

Really? I've gone through two of those. Never got more than a year out of one. Never again.

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View PostDo a search, remember a similar post earlier this year.

 

 

I wear a Seiko diving watch.

 

Second the search reference: long list of good watches was established.

 

Cititzen Echo Drive is on my wrist.

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Use the sun during the day.

 

And if you're fishing at night just listen for the sound of the old lady calling your cell phone over and over again in the distance then you know it's getting too late.

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G-Shock. Moon and tides, low temperature LCD (so the LCD doesn't wash out and dissapear on those below freezing kinds of days where you still have to go fishing). Programming the lunitidal interval and coordinates is a pain, but its as accurate as any tide/moon charts I've ever seen.

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