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Letís talk about cold weather gloves #12533019
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Is there any such thing as a thin, waterproof fishing glove that will keep your hands warm on the 30-40 degree days that you can actually have some dexterity ? I have some Cabelas guidewear gloves , but I donít like that fold over mitten thing. The neoprene Bass Pro gloves are terrible. The Bass Pro 100 mph Gore Tex gloves are too thick, I tried some on today. I may be asking for something non-existent , but it never hurts to ask. Thanks guys

Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12533045
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Maybe try some tactile type gloves. I bought some hunting tactile gloves from Academy that I hope to be enough to keep some of the chill off of my hands while providing dexterity to fish in. But you wouldn't want to get them wet because they arnt water resistant.


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Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12533069
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I went to Academy today after I got back from Bass Pro. I will check into those

Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12533086
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I been using these the last couple of years and love em! Just bought me another pair off amazon. You can throw the castnet no problemo and they r neoprene water proof and toastie! I only wear em when I throw the net or if itís bitter cold though.

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Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12533110
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Check out seal gloves water proff and wind proff too .

Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: El Gato Azul] #12533115
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Originally Posted By: El Gato Azul
I been using these the last couple of years and love em! Just bought me another pair off amazon. You can throw the castnet no problemo and they r neoprene water proof and toastie! I only wear em when I throw the net or if itís bitter cold though.
i tried finding some of these today at Bass Pro. I just ordered a pair off amazon. Thanks.

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Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12533199
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+1 on Glacier Gloves. I use the mitten style as I find I need bare hands to tie lines and stuff.

I have seen guys use the latex surgical gloves. They are waterproof and thin but don't breathe at all. If you started to sweat the water would just be trapped in there.

Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12533471
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https://www.academy.com/webapp/wcs/store...ASABEgLkWfD_BwE

These work great under the neoprene gloves. These liner gloves make taking the neoprene gloves off and on really easy and keep hand warm and dry from sweeting

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Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12533645
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I went fishing for the first time in like 3 months and asked myself the same thing this morning .
Damn it was chilly

Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12533808
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I love my Simms wool fingerless gloves!


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Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: El Gato Azul] #12533855
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Originally Posted By: El Gato Azul
I been using these the last couple of years and love em! Just bought me another pair off amazon. You can throw the castnet no problemo and they r neoprene water proof and toastie! I only wear em when I throw the net or if itís bitter cold though.


Those look good, I just ordered a pair. I'm going to hunt one more weekend, and then it's to Arrowhead for some Blues and give those gloves a try.

Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12534158
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The fingerless wool gloves and a hand warmer muff for duck hunting. Throw a couple of hand warmers in it and you are set.

Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12534447
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Hand woven and priceless


If it ain't broke don't fix it...but go ahead and work on it anyway.....
Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12535133
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Boomer Sooner gloves.

Re: Letís talk about cold weather gloves [Re: littlewheel] #12535208
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Best thing you can do is get a pair of them cheap jersey gloves, then put a latex glove over that! It's the best thing by far! Can throw a cast net, tie knots, have full movement, and believe it or not it is very very warm...give it a try..







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