wet digits = cold digits
Haven't been around long enough to have witnessed any conversations about gloves for winter fly fishing on the forum. The last few winters I've been fishing with wool finger-less gloves. I've found that when stripping streamers in particular they tend to retain alot of water and are sometimes almost counter productive.
Does anyone find that a thinner finger-less glove with more waterproof traits tend to keep their fingers warmer then say a wool pair?
I've fished recently with the cheap-o stretchy pairs and even those just soaked up the H2O
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