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Seeking Responses: Women's Fishing Apparel #13711240 09/25/20 06:23 PM
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Hi ladies! I am performing a bit of market research about the women's fishing apparel industry, what it might be lacking and what is most important to female consumers.

As a lady angler, I feel that we're severely underserved when it comes to styles, designs and selection for fishing apparel and am wondering if others feel the same. If you have a few minutes (it is only 8 quick questions), I would appreciate your feedback!

Here is the link to the survey:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MYVQHZM

THANK YOU! smile

Re: Seeking Responses: Women's Fishing Apparel [Re: hslack] #13742635 10/25/20 12:13 AM
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I’m smiling. When the wife got into tennis, it was all about the tennis outfits. Later, when we were road biking, the outfits had to match the bike. I had to, at her insistence, help her coordinate the bike with her clothing. Now that we are doing a lot of fishing, she isn’t going wild on coordinating clothing with the boat. She has, however, insisted on having the blue reel with the red crappie rod. Oh, well...

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