RM Media and Bajío See Eye-to-Eye on Fishing and Conservation

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RM Media and Bajío See Eye-to-Eye on Fishing and Conservation

Miami, FL – RM Media’s Florida Insider Fishing Report and Texas Insider Fishing Report welcome their newest sponsor, Bajío Sunglasses, to the 2021 season. “Teaming up with Bajío is a perfect fit for us,” says Capt. Rick Murphy. “Their line of sunglasses gives anglers an advantage whether they’re fishing in bright sunlight or inshore in low-light conditions. Plus, like us, Bajío is committed to protecting and preserving Florida’s natural resources.”

Based in New Smyrna Beach, Fla., Bajío uses LAPISTM lens technology to block the sun’s blue light, enhance visibility and limit eye strain. There are 12 styles and four different tinted polarized lenses (blue, green, silver and pink) to choose from. One is even named “Permit” after the popular gamefish.

Bajío’s commitment to the environment is evident in its product lineup. Frames are plant-based, biodegradable and recyclable (even the glass lenses are recyclable), and a portion of sales goes to support the state’s saltwater flats and the communities surrounding them.

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