A new collection of fishing gear inspired by Hemingway
Ernest Hemingway loved to fish.
He regularly engaged in big game fishing off the coast of Florida and wrote an entire book on trying to catch a particularly difficult marlin.
So if you are going to start a saltwater fishing equipment business, you could do a lot worse than basing the products on the legendary author.
The Ernest Hemingway Inshore collection is a new outfit created by the man’s great-grandson, Patrick Hemingway Adams. The website is live and most products are available for pre-order now.
Everything inside is functional for saltwater fishing. But everything is also damn beautiful. So this is the type of gear you could use when hunting bluefin tuna, but it would also look good mounted on your wall.
The collection includes intricately designed bamboo rods and handmade reels, as well as accessories like a beautiful wooden fly box and a sturdy cooler to store all your fish. Or beer.
There are shirts and hats to watch the play, a stand-up paddle board to navigate the water, and even a boat. Yes, you can buy a boat. It is inspired by Hemingway’s taste for ships and is perfect for smuggling between Cuba and Florida.
We mean for quiet fishing trips.