If you bowfish a lot in the daytime, make sure your polarized sunglasses are, in fact, polarized. I'll admit I've been guilty of buying that $5 pair of "polarized" sunglasses at the drug store or Walmart, thinking, What the heck, I'm just going to break them anyway. But to be honest, these cheap glasses aren't even worth $5 to a bowfisherman. Before purchasing a pair, try them on and compare them. Most sporting goods stores will have a hologram to test the glasses so you can see what strength they are. I've always preferred a warm tint, but it all comes down to personal preference. Ensuring the glasses fit your face and you don't get a glare at the edges is also crucial. If you can't see the fish, you can't shoot the fish.