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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Float Tubes, Pontoons and Related Equipment Discussions » Float Tube, Pontoon, and Equipment Related Discussions » Wader advice.

Wader advice.

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1 Wader advice. on Thu Mar 31, 2016 12:49 pm

drc521

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I've been pushing around the thought of some mid-range waders for my adventures. I am in between a few different models, but your input is greatly appreciated.

I do fly fish, and as a result do plan on tubing in cooler mountain climates (nothing freezing) as well as warmer bays and lakes.

I don't want to be cooked, nor do I want to be too cold. That being said, I have done a lot of research and have seen different wader shootouts and I think I've narrowed it down to a couple different picks.

These are the waders I have been pondering:

Redington Sonic Pro
Orvis Silver Sonic
Patagonia Rio Gallegos
Patagonia Rio Azul

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I'm a bit of a sucker for Patagonia outerwear. Rolling Eyes

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2 Re: Wader advice. on Thu Mar 31, 2016 1:14 pm

kin


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Not to throw a wrench into it, but look into LL bean waders. Great warranty.

3 Re: Wader advice. on Thu Mar 31, 2016 1:21 pm

Tony G Fishing

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i rock some Hodgeman ones...booted, love them...cheap and still do the job, solid!....good luck with whatever you get....


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4 Re: Wader advice. on Fri Apr 01, 2016 4:57 pm

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Really should consider a front zipper also.

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