The Wright & McGill River Thermometer is perfect for checking the water temperatures to predict hatches and feeding activity. A thermometer is one of the most valuable items a trout angler can carry, as trout feed actively at water temperature from 50 to 65 degrees. Bass, saltwater flats, and other anglers are learning the value of knowing water temperature, and how this affects the species they are pursuing.
This thermometer reads from 20 - 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The case is made from metal, includes a split-ring for attaching to a vest, and a pocket clip. The Wright & McGill River Thermometer measures six inches in length.