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Re: Warm Weather Wading options...

2006/11/2 8:50
Posts: 1448

tomitrout wrote:
Flip flops or water shoes (Merrel) or wading boots (Korkers) with or without the Simms neoprene sock if wading wet. It all works, depends on my mood and where I'm going...

It's a good idea to have some protection on your feet, i.e. real wading shoes. Because there is broken glass, nails sticking out boards, barbed wire, rusting metal junk of all kinds in the streams.

Posted on: 2013/7/23 8:38

Re: Warm Weather Wading options...

2010/6/9 12:35
From down the block from the Letort.
Posts: 360
Yep. and sometimes I'll even wear my protective bubble, but that can make it hard to effectively fish when I'm floating unctontrollably with the I said, depends on my mood and where I'm going.

Posted on: 2013/7/23 9:54

Re: Warm Weather Wading options...

2011/7/6 13:48
From Philadelphia PA
Posts: 771
Water shoes are cheap....and they don't last very long either.

Posted on: 2013/7/23 16:50
When life looks like it's pulling you down, Rear back and make sure you set the hook:)

Remember: Never replace "I Don't Know How" with "I Can't"

Re: Warm Weather Wading options...

2008/8/10 18:44
From lebanon, pa
Posts: 14
simms riprap shoes and redington shorts with a mesh swim shorts but in a mute tan color with regular cargo shorts features.
the creek shoes i studded with simms cleats. i liked them so much i bought a second pair to wear as regular shoes.

Posted on: 2013/8/2 20:00
it's only metal, we can out think it........

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