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#11249021 - 11/27/15 07:40 PM Rain gear
Northsidejoe Offline
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Registered: 06/18/07
Posts: 8
I am looking at buying some new rain gear this year. I am looking at Bass Pro 100mph and Pro Qualifier as well as Academy H2O express and the Frabill F2 Surge suit. Has anyone bought these suits? I am wondering about the difference between the Pro Qualifier and the 100mph suit. They are basically the same price. Are they worth the extra money over the H2O or the Frabill?

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#11249024 - 11/27/15 07:42 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Northsidejoe]
Longeye Offline
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Registered: 05/10/05
Posts: 9708
Loc: Little Elm
Research it on here, been discussed several times..

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#11249036 - 11/27/15 07:46 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Northsidejoe]
Jpurdue Offline
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Registered: 04/28/14
Posts: 707
Loc: NW Houston
I recently bought the H20 expresses suit and returned it. First day out in the rain and I got soaked through. Gore-Tex is the way to go. 100mph are on sale at BPS right now. Also, shop around, even on here, I've seen a lot of great deals.
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#11249043 - 11/27/15 07:49 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Northsidejoe]
Fish Killer Offline
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Registered: 12/11/04
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Loc: Weatherford
Didn't matter today to me
I had 3 sets on at the same time today and still got a little moist
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#11249079 - 11/27/15 08:03 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Fish Killer]
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Loc: Point Reyes
Originally Posted By: Fish Killer
Didn't matter today to me
I had 3 sets on at the same time today and still got a little moist


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#11249093 - 11/27/15 08:08 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Northsidejoe]
Lee in Texas Offline
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Registered: 03/23/13
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I tried Frogg Toggs, got soaked. Now am trying Academy H2O bibs and coat.
If and when I buy another it will be Fabrill !
I have read too many reports on how good they perform.
JMO...
Good luck and God Bless
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#11249094 - 11/27/15 08:08 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Jpurdue]
Chris Borden Offline
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Registered: 03/23/10
Posts: 4968
Loc: Granbury
Originally Posted By: Jpurdue
I recently bought the H20 expresses suit and returned it. First day out in the rain and I got soaked through. Gore-Tex is the way to go. 100mph are on sale at BPS right now. Also, shop around, even on here, I've seen a lot of great deals.


My h2o suit has been great.

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#11249183 - 11/27/15 08:34 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Northsidejoe]
David Welcher Offline
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Registered: 06/02/10
Posts: 1410
Loc: Weatherford
I have the cabellas bibs and a bass pro qualifier jacket. Lost the bibs at a bar one night mad When I bought the new bibs, cabellas had em on sale cheaper than BPS.
I made it thru noon today and was dry untill I drove thru a down pour and my face got all wet and it ran down my neck. I tried my phace mask but it fogged up on me. I think on a day like today, you need two sets, one for the first half of the day, then one for the 2nd half. I recently ordered some lightweight goretex by Marmont Co. who specializes in mountain climbing gear. Gonna wear them over some insulated coveralls Sunday.

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#11249198 - 11/27/15 08:41 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Chris Borden]
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Registered: 02/27/13
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Loc: Rockwall & a lake somewhere
Originally Posted By: Chris Borden
Originally Posted By: Jpurdue
I recently bought the H20 expresses suit and returned it. First day out in the rain and I got soaked through. Gore-Tex is the way to go. 100mph are on sale at BPS right now. Also, shop around, even on here, I've seen a lot of great deals.


My h2o suit has been great.


This, I just sprayed Scotch Guard on the seams and this thing is as water tight as it gets in a rainstorm. thumb
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#11249286 - 11/27/15 09:19 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Frank the Tank]
Smurfs Offline
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Registered: 01/31/14
Posts: 1484
Loc: Fort Worth
Originally Posted By: Frank the Tank
Originally Posted By: Chris Borden
Originally Posted By: Jpurdue
I recently bought the H20 expresses suit and returned it. First day out in the rain and I got soaked through. Gore-Tex is the way to go. 100mph are on sale at BPS right now. Also, shop around, even on here, I've seen a lot of great deals.


My h2o suit has been great.


This, I just sprayed Scotch Guard on the seams and this thing is as water tight as it gets in a rainstorm. thumb

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#11249287 - 11/27/15 09:20 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Northsidejoe]
SteezMacQueen Offline
TFF Team Angler

Registered: 11/02/14
Posts: 3052
Loc: Red Oak, Galveston, and Pagosa...
I have the 100mph stuff from BPS. It works great. Fits great. And is a good deal when on sale. That said. Sometimes it rains soooo hard that nothing is gonna keep you 100% dry. And I mean nothing. The nice thing about the 100mph stuff is its lined and is also loose enough to add layers underneath. I fished today in them with sweat pants and two t shirts underneath. Stayed dry enough and warm enough to spend most of the day on the water. Hands and feet covered with Gore-Tex too. Have 100mph gloves for boating and Glacier Gloves for fishing. Use Timberland Gore-Tex shoes. With wool socks. Only thing really exposed is my face....but, "no shave November" is helping there. Haha.
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#11249289 - 11/27/15 09:21 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Northsidejoe]
Pumadon Offline
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Registered: 01/29/03
Posts: 1089
Loc: Royse City, Texas
I have both XPS and 100 mph. 50 up to 65 degrees I use the XPS below 50 I use 100 mph. Below 40 I will put the fleece liner in the 100 mph parka. Warm and dry with both suits. I fish year round and they both work great.
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#11249309 - 11/27/15 09:31 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Northsidejoe]
J. Weir Offline
Angler

Registered: 11/30/14
Posts: 363
Loc: Heath, TX
I've been in the worst wind and rain with the 100mph. I was out there today too. I stay completely dry. If BPS has em on sale, i'd get it.
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#11249351 - 11/27/15 09:52 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Northsidejoe]
tx_basser Offline
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Registered: 06/02/02
Posts: 3665
Loc: Sachse
My BPS Goretex is 14 years old and still going strong.

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#11249355 - 11/27/15 09:53 PM Re: Rain gear [Re: Northsidejoe]
Jake Shannon(Skeet4Life) Offline
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Registered: 10/31/10
Posts: 7275
Loc: Tyler, Tx/Arlington, Tx
Goretex or bust no comparison BPS or Cabelas or Simms all will keep u warm and dry

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