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Cold Weather Wading #10659306 03/01/15 10:42 PM
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How do you dress for cold weather wading? What kind of layers are you using to stay on the river all day when the weather is less than ideal? Trying to plan for spring break fishing and it looks like the weather is all over the place.


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Re: Cold Weather Wading [Re: megabucks461] #10659347 03/01/15 10:54 PM
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I've been wearing my 5mm waders with 1600 insulate boots. Under the waders I'm wearing Redhead 2.0 cold gear and sweat pants. For my upper, I'm wearing the 2.0 cold gear, and my Drake pullover(they make amazing cold weather clothing). For neck and head I have a beanie and a neck gator. I don't like wearing gloves while trout fishing, but when it's cold, Ivd just been wearing good quality surgical gloves. They help my hands from getting wet. I can still tie knots and feel bites while wearing them.

Lately the temps have been 16-32 while fishing the river.


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