Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats
Storm :: Inshore and Flats

Storm :: Inshore and Flats

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The Hook and Bullet classic wrap frame that offers great protection in 5 colors choices.  All of our frames are hand crafted and hand painted in Italy.

 

#IFBRONZE

IF Bronze Lens Detail:
Pursuit: ---------------------------- Inshore and Flats
Protection: ------------------------ UV400
Polarization: ---------------------- 100%
Filter Category: ------------------- 3
VLT: ------------------------------- 12.39%
Base Tint: ------------------------- Amber

Mirror: ---------------------------- Bronze
Frame: ---------------------------- Base 8

We spend a lot of time in the Texas bay systems.  We also take every chance possible to chase the grey ghost in the Florida Keys and throughout the Abacos.   Some serious time was put into this new twist on the classic bronze lens, optimizing the visual contrast for shallow water. Seeing is believing!

 

#GOLDENCRESCENT

Golden Crescent Lens Detail:
Pursuit: ---------------------------- Inshore and Flats
Protection: ------------------------ UV400
Polarization: ---------------------- 100%
Filter Category: ------------------- 3
VLT: ------------------------------- 14.09%
Base Tint: ------------------------- Amber
Mirror: ---------------------------- Copper
Frame: ---------------------------- Base 8

Tow icons of all things Hook and Bullet in Texas, writer Bob Brister and famed wildlife artist Jack Cowan teamed up to produce the Golden Crescent, This collection of short stories capture the very unique lure of fishing the Texas coast. We think Bob and Jack would be proud of this lens, perfect for tailing reds and specs! 

 

#SLICK

Slick Lens Detail:
Pursuit: ---------------------------- Inshore and Flats
Protection: ------------------------ UV400
Polarization: ---------------------- 100%
Filter Category: ------------------- 3
VLT: ------------------------------- 13.09%
Base Tint: ------------------------- Amber
Mirror: ---------------------------- ChromaFlair Green
Frame: ---------------------------- Base 8

Unique? Very.  One of the keys to reading water for fish is to look for slicks.  Slicks are a dead giveaway that fish are under siege!  Slicks are formed by the oils released from prey species and viewed at different angles can appear to be many different colors.  The PBO Slick lens has this same attribute as the mirror appears to be different colors from different angles.  But don't be fooled, this is as serious Inshore and Flats lens. 

 

#SUNDOWN

Sundown Lens Detail:
Pursuit: ---------------------------- Inshore and Flats
Protection: ------------------------ UV400
Polarization: ---------------------- 100%
Filter Category: ------------------- 2
VLT: ------------------------------- 25.01%
Base Tint: ------------------------- Amber
Mirror: ---------------------------- Red
Frame: ---------------------------- Base 8

The Sundown is perfect for when you want a bit more light coming in.  Perfect for cloudy days or dusk and dawn. For those who know understand and look forward to ending a day on the water because a sunset is always better with a rod in hand. 

 

#ALL

THE STORY BEHIND THE NAME

The name “Storm” stems from a nickname given to Kat, one of our Hook and Bullet founders. It was descriptive of her prowess that led to 5 world championships in another sport, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. It was an old saying, Fate whispers to the warrior, a storm is coming. And the warrior whispers back, “I am the storm.”

The name also conjures up a common occurrence offshore. All to often the hot days of summer give way to the increasingly cool nights of autumn, weather patterns begin to change more frequently and with greater intensity. An angler can often start a day on the water under blue skies, only to find himself facing down a wall of ominous thunderheads in the afternoon. What many anglers know intuitively, but don’t actually understand, is that it’s the changes in barometric pressure associated with good and bad weather that turn the fish on and off like a giant kill switch in the sky.

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We tackle things differently and innovate to solve problems.  Where some see polarized glasses as a fashion accessory, we see them as an essential tool to enhance your sight picture, THE MOST important connection to your target.


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