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#12545593 - 12/20/17 07:07 PM Fishing gloves
Lucky Al Online   content
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Registered: 08/17/04
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Loc: Rio Grande Valley
what is the best half finger/cut finger fishing gloves. Not worried about Upf rating, need something warm and flexible.

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#12545636 - 12/20/17 07:40 PM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
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Registered: 06/12/09
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Loc: Flower Mound TX
Simms windstopper fingerless gloves are tough to beat.

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#12545684 - 12/20/17 08:02 PM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
SteezMacQueen Offline
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Glacier Glove neoprene flip back gloves.
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#12545695 - 12/20/17 08:09 PM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
Danny L. Weems Offline
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Loc: Como, Texas
+1 on the Simms wind stopper.
I also regularly use the Simms wool gloves.
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#12545702 - 12/20/17 08:12 PM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
Brent S Online   content
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Simms
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#12545733 - 12/20/17 08:30 PM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
Lucky Al Online   content
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thanks for the suggestions, I'm looking at the Glacier and Simms, but can't find the wind stopper.

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#12545873 - 12/20/17 10:10 PM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
Barn Offline
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I really like my Glacier Glove Alaska River Fingerless Gloves.

http://www.basspro.com/shop/en/glacier-glove-alaska-river-fingerless-gloves

The Bass Pro White River Fly Shop Fingerless Fleece Gloves do a good job for a cheap pair.

http://www.basspro.com/shop/en/white-river-fly-shop-fingerless-fleece-gloves

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#12545930 - 12/20/17 11:03 PM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
Tc24 Offline
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Simms fingerless wool gloves... clap
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#12545935 - 12/20/17 11:10 PM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
Pitdad Offline
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Registered: 01/18/10
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Under Armour Cold Gear - full finger.

Warm, good grip and still feel taps on the line.
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#12545983 - 12/21/17 05:46 AM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
Lucky Al Online   content
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Registered: 08/17/04
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Loc: Rio Grande Valley
Here's another thing with me: I need a glove that won't get wet from drizzling rain. In other words, they need to be impermeable. Are the mentioned gloves good that way, or will they get soaked in inclement weather?
Thanks again, y'all!

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#12545988 - 12/21/17 06:05 AM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: J-2]
Bass&More Offline
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Originally Posted By: J-2
Simms windstopper fingerless gloves are tough to beat.


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#12545991 - 12/21/17 06:07 AM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
billclay Offline
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Registered: 03/23/08
Posts: 861
Loc: Upstate NY (Lived In TX)
There are a lot of good ones out there, but I recommend getting two pairs of whatever gloves you like. At some point, every pair of gloves gets soaked and becomes useless. Two pairs are key for long days on the water.

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#12546028 - 12/21/17 07:10 AM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
Shallow Waters Offline
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Registered: 01/03/17
Posts: 550
These are great - http://www.orvis.com/p/soft-shell-fingerless-glove/8l07 - had them for 2 seasons now and love them. No need to have all your fingers out.

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#12546081 - 12/21/17 07:57 AM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
Jaret Latta Offline
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Registered: 01/06/07
Posts: 8221
Loc: Austin, Tx/Nacogdoches, Tx
If it's fingerless, it's going to get wet eventually. If it's really cold out really no thin glove out there. I like the goretex guidewear gloves or bps 100mph. Guidewear makes a good fingerless

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#12546138 - 12/21/17 08:26 AM Re: Fishing gloves [Re: Lucky Al]
Big Kahuna Fishing Offline
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Registered: 05/21/17
Posts: 443
Loc: Mcgregor, Texas
For the cost conscious fisherman, I saw a idea, it was on a cat fishing forum,
but they take a jersey glove and cover it with a nitrile glove.
Hand stays warm and dry, cheaply.

Have not tried it so I don't know if you would be able to feel the subtle taps of a fish bite.
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