|03-04-2004 04:00 PM|
|Nick||Another nod to the Cabela's....2 plus years and going strong. And I kayak in them, wade in them, boat in them, etc, so they get a fair bit of wear.|
|03-04-2004 03:51 PM|
I've been using Hodgman waders for years and have never had probelms with them. Yes, they are going to be close to the $200.00 you want to limit yourself too; but they are well-made and hold up well. I also like the Hodgman lightweight wading shoes for their lightness and decent ankle support.
Dan Bailey waders are also a very good value for the price.
|03-04-2004 11:09 AM|
|flyfisha1||I've got Cabela's breathable stockingfoots, the tan-colored pair. I've fished them extensively for three years and so far, so good.|
|03-04-2004 10:59 AM|
I'm in the market for some lightweight breathable stockingfoots. There sure are lots of manufacturers out there, hodgman, cabelas, simms, orvis, etc. etc. etc.
Any recommendations for waders $200 or less.
How about wading boots?
Thanks for any info,