First are the custom embroidered hats featuring the NANFA logo. I designed these for the Nevada convention but in addition to deserts they are appropiate for swamps, backwaters and rivers while seining or dipnetting. They are a Fahrenheit 682 style nylon cap with an ear and neck protective flap. Made of quick dry fabric and a nylon back strap with a closure buckle for adjustments. Keep the sun and bugs off your neck.
A hidden Mesh insert, on each side, allows breath-ability. Two button holes, located on the sides of the cap, can hold sunglasses. Available in 2 colors, stone or dark olive. These are well made and were high quality embroidered by one of our members.
I also have printed a new batch of NANFA logos. These are offered in packages of 5 with each logo representing a different native fish and each illustrated by different artists, most who are NANFA members. The American Flagfish by Bart Gelesh, Mountain Redbelly Dace by K. Merry ( Lance's Father ), Arkansas Saddled Darter by Dave Neely, Carolina Pygmy Sunfish by a still unknown female artist and finally the Rainbow Darter by Joe Tomelleri.
All but one of the illustrations were used on past convention shirts and the Mountain Redbelly Dace will be offered on the soon to be available Virginia shirts.
You can link over to the NANFA website to order...
All proceeds go to NANFA's Good Works.
Edited by Casper, 07 March 2011 - 01:16 PM.