Super Stocking Stuffers Under $15 for the Holidays
With the Holiday season fast approaching, it?s time to start thinking about that special angler in your life and the gifts that you?ll want to give them. And while any angler would love to unwrap a brand new rod or reel, some of the most practical and downright fun gifts are the ones that fit into a stocking. For this reason, WFN has compiled a handy list of the best stocking stuffers available ? and all of these items cost no more than $15!
Bass antenna topperBass Pro Shops
This nifty little trinket will show the world that you?re an angler, and proud of it! Made of water-resistant PVC, and hand painted for an incredible realistic look, a bass Antenna Buddy
is a fun stocking stuffer that will look great on your vehicle antenna.
Fish Can Coolers
Bass Can HolderBass Pro Shops
They say that this is ?the ultimate gift for the angler??.and who are we to argue? Made out of durable vinyl, these awesome can coolers
come in a variety of species, including bass, walleye, trout, catfish, and even tarpon! You can rest easy knowing that these funky fish are keeping your beverages cold, even on the hottest summer day.
Rod BeaconBass Pro Shops
This is a practical gift for a very low price. If you?re an angler who enjoys riverbank fishing, surf fishing, or trolling, one of these Rod-N-Bobb?s Rod Beacons
is just what you need. When fishing in the dark, the Beacon stays lit, so you?ll always be able to see the tip of your rod. It may seem like a small thing, but it may just help you land the fish of a lifetime.
Fish DecalsBass Pro Shops
Everyone loves decals ? they look great on your vehicle, tackle box, or anywhere else that you might like to stick them. These high-quality vinyl decals
come in a variety of species, including bass, catfish, and crappie. They?re durable, UV-protected, and will illustrate just how passionate you are about angling.
Spro McStick 110
No angler will ever say that they own too many lures, and it?s for this reason that lures make the perfect stocking stuffer. Whether it?s a hard body lure like the Spro McStick 110
or the Lucky Craft Blade Cross
, or whether it?s a soft plastic like the Berkley Havoc Pit Chunk
or the Kinami PsychoDad
, you can?t go wrong with putting a lure or three into a stocking. However, make sure that any hooks are wrapped up safely ? you don?t want any accidents!Click here to see the rest of WFN's Holiday Gift Guide