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Old 03-16-2013, 02:11 PM
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Default Re: Simms wading staff

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Originally Posted by Rip Tide View Post
Fred
I have a Folstaff... the skinny one.... half inch I think..
It only comes up to my waist.
It's light weight.
I use it for insurance, it's not a crutch.
Mine stays in the holster 98% of the time

If you're out where you need a chest high staff with a pound of lead on the end......then you're out too deep.
I was an aggressive wader when I was younger
Now I try and use my head.
Scary.. but I'm agreeing with you - lol

If it's too heavy, people won't carry them at all

I have the Simms (of course) - I've never noticed any more wobbling in it then any others. Somewhere, maybe here, I read some good advice.. never use the wading staff to help you 'get' somewhere.. use it for getting back if you need it
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