Not Drinking Alone in Heather Prism Mint


When your friends can’t make it for that fishing trip at the lake, you must make do with what’s on hand. Luckily you practice catch and release leaving you plenty of fish in the lake to drink with. Just don’t leave any cans behind trashing up the lake. This shirt feels soft and lightweight in your hand, it has the right amount of stretch around your mid-section.  It’s comfortable and flattering for both men and women.

Cheers Always!  Clark

  • 100% Airlum combed and ring-spun cotton (Heather colors contain polyester as noted below)
  • Ash Color is 99% Airlum combed, ring-spun cotton and 1% polyester
  • Heather Colors are 52% Airlum combed, ring-spun cotton and 48% polyester
  • Athletic and Black Heather are 90% Airlum combed, ring-spun cotton and 10% polyester
  • Heather Prism Colors are 99% Airlum combed, ring-spun cotton and 1% polyester
  • Fabric weight: 4.2 oz (142 g/m2)
  • Always the most comfortable preshrunk fabric
  • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping for extra durability
  • Side-seamed for a great fit



Not Drinking Alone in Heather Prism Mint

Fishermen are an evolved species

It has been a long-standing belief of mine that Fishermen are an evolved species. Somehow over the millennia, they have adapted and evolved beyond the average characters found living all around us. Are thinking that I am entirely nutty and having a brain fart, well that may be true. So, hear me out.

Fishing is good for you

Fishing is a healthy outdoor activity. Fishermen are sync with the seasons and the rhythm of life. Being outside under the sun provides you with Vitamin D and clean, fresh air. Fishing can help reduce stress and anxiety. Fishing promotes physical activity and is a good source of exercise. Have you ever been Muskie fishing? Well, those lures take some effort to cast all day.  Eating fish is a healthful source of proper nutrition. Fishing can teach you valuable skills and life lessons, like how to tie knots, rowboats, and where to piss when you out in the middle of a crowded lake.

Fishing with friends can extend your life

Having friends has been proven to lengthen your lifespan. Friends give you a sense of belonging and purpose. They can boost your happiness and reduce your stress. It is amazing how stress can harm how you feel. Remember how bad you felt the last time your leader broke, and you lost that beautiful largemouth? Then when your buddy tossed you a cold can and you felt much better. Friendships will improve your self-confidence and self-worth. Also, Friends help cope with traumas, such as illness, job loss, or the loss of a favorite fishing lure. Most importantly, a good wingman will encourage you to avoid unhealthy lifestyle habits, like binge-watching “Sex In The City” or spending the weekend at the mall with your wife.

Finally, fishermen drink beer and beer is a superfood

Increasing evidence shows that certain natural compounds found in Hopps may be useful as cancer-fighting agents. Recent studies have indicated that several prenylated flavonoids present in the Hopp plant possess properties that could assist inhibiting prostate cancer. Amazing research about Hopps, shows that one of Hopps’ chemical elements, called xanthohumol, could inhibit prostate cancer. The same compound could be an aid in slowing the development of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Without beer, fishing is just sitting in a boat.

To Summarize – Fishing and Drinking Beer with Friends is Awesome

Fishing is a healthy outdoor activity. Having friends can lengthen your lifespan. There is increasing evidence that beer is good for you. Put that all together, and it adds up to AWESOME!

Not Drinking Alone in Heather Prism Mint

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Size Chart

Length (inches) 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
Width (inches) 16 ½ 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

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