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WADER AND TUBE ADVICE ??

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1 WADER AND TUBE ADVICE ?? on Sat Dec 10, 2011 8:23 am

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Hey everyone thinking about getting into fishing from float tube. Any advice on a quality tube and waders?? I live in newport and like to fish fresh and salt year round any advice would be great.

2 Re: WADER AND TUBE ADVICE ?? on Sat Dec 10, 2011 9:04 am

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welcome to the forums everyone here has good advice u will find things helpful here waders i like the neoprean and tube for me any tube as long as im out on the water and im not rich so i always find the cheapest one dont get the round ones tho to hard to get in and out

3 Re: WADER AND TUBE ADVICE ?? on Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:15 am

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Welcome to the forum. I like the bucks bag rouhneck or outcast fishcat/ breathable waders.



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4 Re: WADER AND TUBE ADVICE ?? on Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:22 am

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Welcome glad you found us I am sure we will see you in Newport often. Fish Cat, is always a good choice or I also like the ODC 42o and the newest Rough Neck by Buck's Bags. Waders just find what fits and in on sale just my 2 cents.


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5 Re: WADER AND TUBE ADVICE ?? on Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:24 am

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Awesome welcome to this great site..... As far as tube n wadders caddis is the way to go in my opinion. Can go to sportchalet n get a caddis u tube fer 79.99 n a pair of neoprene waders fer 49.99 also by caddis. I have both an love em. I recommend getting a pair of fins that fit over waders, trust me ull want em. Summer time dont need to worry bout waders n special fins. Good luck with findin a set up!

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6 Re: WADER AND TUBE ADVICE ?? on Sat Dec 10, 2011 12:28 pm

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Welcome! I like creek company float tubes and I don't even know the brand of my waders but I know a guy who has a Velcro fly on his and warms the water for every one just an ideal on the style of waders lol

7 Re: WADER AND TUBE ADVICE ?? on Sat Dec 10, 2011 2:10 pm

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whats the difference between neoprene and breathable waders and situations for using each?

8 Re: WADER AND TUBE ADVICE ?? on Sat Dec 10, 2011 2:28 pm

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I prefer the breathable waders. when you sweat with neoprene and you will, it can't escape through the waders. The breathable ones helps the Persperation to escape. For colder days or nights I wear jeans or sweats under and for cooler summer days just shorts.

9 Re: WADER AND TUBE ADVICE ?? on Sat Dec 10, 2011 5:21 pm

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Got the cash, Dave Scadden Escape. On budget, ODC 420 and Fish Cat 4 are the best options. Waders..hm..Hodgins comes to mind. Very nice and roomy. Cheap too. 3 layers of poly to keep you warm. If you want to go fancy, you can get the one that has a water tight man's opening zipper just in case.

10 Re: WADER AND TUBE ADVICE ?? on Sat Jan 28, 2012 12:02 am

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Bass Pro has the Dogwood Creek breathable waders for about 80 bucks. They are well made and comfortable. I have been out on days where the high temp was about 58 degrees. I was comfortable on the water. These waders are the stocking foot style. I would recommend a pair of neoprene diving boots on top of your stocking foot waders. They allow you to easily walk to the water and your fins will fit over the boots. Dive boots are around 40 bucks.

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