Casio Men's PAS400B-5V Pathfinder Forester Fishing Moon Phase Watch Reviews

  • Chronograph movement
  • Protective mineral crystal protects watch from scratches
  • Case diameter: 46 mm
  • Resin case; digital-gray dial; day-date-and-month functions
  • Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)

The Casio Forester moon phase fishing watch is the perfect timepiece for avid anglers, with a stylish design well suited for both land and sea wear. In addition to the automatic time, day, month and date displays, this convenient digital watch also indicates the best times to fish based on the moon’s phase, latitude and longitude. The watch displays the moon’s age, phase and time, as well as sunrise and sunset information, for the current or designated day. A handy vibration alert can be used with the daily alarm, hourly time signal, or fishing timer so as not to disturb the quiet on the water. The watch also offers a time memo, a 1/100 second stopwatch, and five daily alarm settings. An automatic electro-luminescent backlight with afterglow makes the display easy to read at any time, and the water-ready nylon band comes with a buckle clasp. The case is made from durable polyurethane resin, the bezel is resin and the watch is water resistant up to 330 feet (100 meters). This watch offe …Read More >>> Casio Men’s PAS400B-5V Pathfinder Forester Fishing Moon Phase Watch

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    1. William C. Smith "Grateful Reader" says:

      The learning curve on this watch if you use it for fishing may take some time. The moon phase is nice to know about and the sunrise and sunset is pretty cool too, but I didn’t give this watch 5 stars because for the money it didn’t give me the one option I used more than any other on previous cheaper watches, a timer. This one has the stopwatch but there is no timer you can set for say 10 or 15 minutes. It keeps great time so far, but that’s typical of Casio. The backlight is very bright, enough so that you can almost use it as a flashlight, and the option on this model where you can set it for the backlight to come on everytime you hold your arm a certain way is cool. If you’re looking for a good water proof timepiece and you don’t really care about the timer issue, this is the one. And yeah I’m vain about what it looks like on my arm; it looks manly and cool.

    2. K. Sapp says:

      My boyfriend had an older model of this watch that he wore for work and play for years. He wore it while fighting forest fires and fishing in the PNW, and it held up great. I bought this watch for him as a Christmas gift, and he loved it. It looks great, is comfotable and was reasonably priced. Hopefully it has the lasting power of his previous one.

    3. M. Antalek says:

      As with almost all the “for Dummies” books I have, the reading is quite easy. The author keeps this book moving right along while providing you with in-depth info on eveything from knots, lures, rod action to what to wear under your waders. This book, although they would lead you to believe is for novices to pros, is definitely geared toward the beginner. If you have been fishing for a while there probably isn’t any thing new to learn here. Try getting a specialty book if you need to focus on a particular area of angling skills. All in all this book does provide vast amounts of quality information for those just starting out.

      Note: A great feature of this book is its list of websites and books in the appendix. I found these lists to be very useful tools in continuing my research of the great outdoors.

    4. Anonymous says:

      I knew next to nothing about fishing, except that there’s a lot to learn. This book covers all the basics very clearly, in a very organized way. I read it straight through, cover to cover, and now feel I have a good idea of what to do, what fish or conditions all the different baits and lures are for, how to to use them, how to tie them on, etc. etc. The book can also be used as a reference–you can skip around and pick up info on just the areas you’re interested in. Definitely a good choice.

    5. W. Manser says:
      23 of 24 people found the following review helpful:
      5.0 out of 5 stars
      good vibrations, August 17, 2006
      W. Manser
      (REAL NAME)

      great watch with some surprising features… vibrates instead of beeping on the hour – moon stages based on your lat/longitude and an illumination option activated whenever you turn your wrist as if you were looking at the time….

      well worth the price!

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    6. "gjgardner" says:
      60 of 62 people found the following review helpful:
      5.0 out of 5 stars
      Fishing For Dummies, August 6, 2001
      “gjgardner” (New York, New York United States) –

      This review is from: Fishing for Dummies (Paperback)

      Panic set in when a friend invited me on a weekend fishing outing with a group of experienced outdoorsmen. Having never landed a lunker in my life, I had slap-stick visions of hooking myself with lures, upended fishing boats, and general ridicule from a bunch of plaid-shirted Grizzly Adamses. Fishing For Dummies saved me from this humiliation and actually turned me into a fisherman. In a fun and readable format, it taught me everything I needed to know: what kind of rod and reel to get, how to equip the tackle box, what kind of bait to use, and most importantly, how to actually fish. Fishing For Dummies literally teaches you how to cast the line into the water, how to attract and hook the critters, and how to reel them in and land them. I ended up catching the two largest trout of the weekend and enjoyed myself to boot. If you need a quick, readable reference to get you started in this sport, this is the book for you.

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