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Waders #14598015 01/15/23 09:20 PM
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Going on a wade trip in February.

Any wader recommendations the won’t break the bank.

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One of my friends got some frogg toggs for a port mansfield trip, and they got multiple leaks and were filling with water.

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Gator waders are on sale right now. Set I’ve got has been good. The frog togg set I had started leaking after the first trip. Depending on budget there’s several in the 250 range now that are decent.

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Stocking foot with wading boots are the most comfortable. You don't need or want insulated.


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where did you buy the Gator waders?


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Re: Waders [Re: Sac-A-Lait Slayer] #14599171 01/17/23 12:19 AM
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I believe Magellan Mag 2 waders are probably your best bang for the buck. I’ve had a pair for 3 years now with no leaks used sparingly. Always stored the hanging up but in the garage. I think storing them folded up causes a lot of issues.

https://www.academy.com/p/magellan-outdoors-mens-mag2-breathable-stockingfoot-wader?sku=beige-medium-brown-xx-large&gmc_feed=t&&ogmap=SEM%7CPLN%7CGOOG%7CSHOP%7Cm%7COUT%7CIM%7CNon-Brand-PerformanceMax-Outdoor-Field%7CFieldAssetGroup%7C%7C18095021516%7C0&gclid=Cj0KCQiAiJSeBhCCARIsAHnAzT__B2fnmxqFZZV9mxkwEkXtAJbHt01WZlE_ybzWS3QsSUnVHVdU3I8aAtvWEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

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Lower priced Simms. If you just go occasionally they should last forever. I have a pair of the G3 that I probably used 4 to 6 days a year. They are 20 years old. Never leak.

Tributary are on sale. Reg $199 now $149.

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Re: Waders [Re: Pat Goff] #14599669 01/17/23 03:59 AM
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Want do you wear with the stocking foot

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Originally Posted by Fishspanker
Lower priced Simms. If you just go occasionally they should last forever. I have a pair of the G3 that I probably used 4 to 6 days a year. They are 20 years old. Never leak.

Tributary are on sale. Reg $199 now $149.

Sounds like a good call! This site has them for $125 https://aventuron.com/products/simm...nUSmL9lNf4A6hXIAQxLG7hQBBPoaAuIqEALw_wcB


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Originally Posted by Sac-A-Lait Slayer
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Want do you wear with the stocking foot

I wear wading boots over the stocking feet. You'll need 2 sizes bigger than you would normally wear. I wear a size 11 wading boot and a size 13 with waders.

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These are what I wear, like Jerry said 2 sizes with waders. I've had them over ten years, still going strong. Much easier to wear than the ray guards.

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Originally Posted by Fishspanker
Lower priced Simms. If you just go occasionally they should last forever. I have a pair of the G3 that I probably used 4 to 6 days a year. They are 20 years old. Never leak.

Tributary are on sale. Reg $199 now $149.

X2 on Simms.
High quality, they stand by their product, and after owning Orvis, Cabela’s and a bunch of others, Simms are the only ones I would 100% recommend. I use them hard on the coast and on Rocky Mountain streams and lakes. 2 years going with zero problems.


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