|08-10-2004 03:20 PM|
|08-10-2004 02:49 PM|
|Jacob||Simms Gore-Tex LightWeight Stoockingfoot´s whit a pair of Freestone boots and gravelgaurds and you have the perfect waderset!|
|08-05-2004 07:20 PM|
Dave 17 and MJC? I would love to learn what brand waders you are so pleased with? My current brand breathable waders are leaking and while having a great return policy, I'm getting tired of returning them over and over. Any comments appreciated.
|08-05-2004 02:02 PM|
I paid 139.00 for a pair of LL Bean neoprene foot breathable waders. They have reinforced knees and I am on my 3rd season of fairley hard fishing, both salt and fresh and they are holding up very well. The only thing I wish they had is integrated gravel guards. These came with the neoprene and velcro ones that I feel are not that effective. I originally bought a pair of Hodgman in the same price range from Beans and got less than a season out of two pair, having returned them because of the failures. When I went back the second time they had stopped carrying that line because of the poor craftsmanship. They replaced the second pair with the ones I described above and I am very pleased. Also, you can't beat Beans' unconditional saisfaction guarantee on ALL their hunting and fishing gear.
|07-28-2004 06:26 PM|
Sorry about that . I wasn't aware but will be sure to follow the rules going forward.
|07-27-2004 10:57 PM|
Thanks for your recent help for the good cause at Big Brothers.
Just a reminder that according to our site's honor system (per the terms and conditions at sign-up) when you promote a direct link to a non-sponsor site we ask that you write an email to simms suggesting sponsorship in your own words, cc:email@example.com
One of the moderators will follow up with simms and hopefully we can get a pair for auction in exchange for a year's sponsorship, banner, etc.
|07-27-2004 09:48 PM|
Can't beat the Simms lightweight Gortex waders. $200, very comfortable, top quality name brand and I beat the hell out of mine without any problems thus far. Take a look at the website.
|07-25-2004 08:09 PM|
Dan Bailey Barebones breathable stocking foots @ 129.95. I've got 5 seasons counting this one on a pair and they are great.
|07-25-2004 07:47 PM|
|mickey||That was quick. Unfortunately the Best waders are beyond me now as the rivers I am being taught on are all Float only. I need a Pontoon Boat also. I am not in the position of buying the Best of everything right now.|
|07-25-2004 07:37 PM|
|flyfisha1||Mickey, I bought a pair of Cabela's Dry Plus breathable waders (the ones with the neoprene shoulder straps) and they've lasted me four years. No plans to purchase another pair as of yet.|
|07-25-2004 07:34 PM|
I agree with Juro regarding the purchase of lower level waders to start. I did the same, and I also wish that I'd spent the money on premium waders first.
Buy the best that you can afford, and I would recommend a pair of breathables. They will keep you cool in warm weather, and can keep you quite warm in the colder months if you layer your clothes appropriately under them.
|07-25-2004 07:21 PM|
Sorry no experience with those brands but I did buy bargain breathables 2-3 times before finally biting the bullet for the top name brands ($350-400). All I can say is I wish I didn't spend my money on those other waders that couldn't cut the mustard.
Your results may vary
|07-25-2004 07:10 PM|
Now I need some waders. I have a couple of pair of neopreme type but they are a bit warm when the temperature is above 50 degrees. I don't want to spend more than $200.00.
I was planning on the Cabela's Gold Meda but recently I have seen a pair of Wright McGill for a bit less, $140.00. Do any of you guys have an opinion of these or other similar priced ones?