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Just got another Bass pro catalog.
They have their Red head bone dry neoprenes[3.5mm] for $89.95. felt or lug.
I haven't used their felt but the waders are as good a neoprene as I have found.Good bargain.

Posted on: 2007/9/25 19:04
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Honestly, that does sound like that great of a bargain for neoprene's. Are they that much better than other brands?

Posted on: 2007/9/25 19:58
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Since you already have boots..the stocking foot ones are only 59.99. They look an awful lot like the old pair of Prolines I had that lasted me 15 years.

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They are good,Jack
Seven years in salt water and Florida Sun.

Posted on: 2007/9/25 20:06
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My god man, neoprene in Florida...you must be, what, 65 lbs by now?
Seriously, neoprenes in Fla. Salt?

Posted on: 2007/9/25 22:11


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Unless, B. Pro has changed their supplier in the last 4 years for their neoprenes, they're selling Hodgman manufactured waders under their own label. (during a labor strike, some years back, they also used Lacross brand waders for their flagship waders.)
I have a pair of their 5MM, that I have worn for winter steel heading as well as, going after clams and crabs, here on the coast.
They sport a few "battle repairs", but they STILL perform as well as the day I first put them on! (around 6 years ago!!)
I, also, own a pair of Hodgman/B. Pro Shops 3.5 neos, that I've worn for early Spring fishing. They're stocking foot, because I hate "boot foot" style waders and ESPECIALLY FELT, due to the snow build up, issues on the basic felt soles.

Posted on: 2007/9/26 3:13


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Hey-I saw 3 snowflakes down here four years ago.
We get some forty degree days.
Surf fishing can be good in the winter.

Posted on: 2007/9/26 4:07
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