Women's Fishing Apparel
Learn More About Women's Fishing Apparel
Learn More About Women’s Fishing Apparel
Make the catch in gear you can count on. Select from women’s fishing apparel designed for comfort and performance by the water.
Pull on gear like durable fishing pants or shorts, T-shirts and technical shirts designed for a flattering fit on a woman’s curves. From women's fishing jackets that deliver lightweight warmth to the breezy feel of a short-sleeved shirt or button-up, go for gear that makes you feel your best before you make your catch.
Get protection from Mother Nature in rain gear for your excursion. Select from a variety of colors and designs, from subtle to bold hues. When you’re not on the water, wear a fishing graphic tee and show off your passion for your favorite sport.
Look to your favorite brands for the right women’s fishing clothing, like Columbia®, The North Face® and Patagonia®.
Lightweight gear keeps you comfortable by the water – and is perfect for layering when Mother Nature is unpredictable. Look for soft-to-the-touch, breathable fabrics that deliver the lightest fit and feel.
Layering is made easy with zip-up jackets, rainwear and hoodies that pull over your T-shirt or technical fishing shirt. Mesh-lined venting in your jacket or shirt allows for natural-feeling airflow and optimal comfort.
Get protection from the sun’s harmful rays with garments treated with UV-blocking finish. Spend long days by the water in casual, comfortable shorts and pants. Quick-drying fabric and a waterproof finish keep you comfortable throughout the day.
Browse women's apparel for casual and technical purposes. If you're planning to spend time in the water, look for performance-wear apparel and fishing waders to keep you dry and protected.
Moisture-wicking technology in your fishing shirt or pants works to pull perspiration off your skin for an all-day fresh feeling.
For extra coverage in unpredictable weather, look for rainwear with a hood. Elastic cuffs around the waist of wrist of your jacket works to keep warmth in and moisture out, so you can stay out on the water longer.