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Old 06-29-2011, 06:17 PM
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Default Inexpensive Wader options..?

I work two jobs and I don't have much time to fish anymore So I cant justify spending any more than $100 (tops) for a pair of waders. Has anyone had any experience with either of the following:

White River Fly Shop (Bass Pro)
Dogwood Canyon Breathable Stocking Foot Wader

Field & Stream (Dicks Sporting Goods)
Sportsman Breathable Stocking Foot Wader

If anyone has had experience with other lesser expensive waders that would be helpful as well. Thanks.

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Old 06-29-2011, 06:34 PM
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I've upgraded now but still have my cheap bass pro waders, they leaked after one season. I aquasealed all the seams and no leaks.
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i have the field n stream waders and they leaked after one season but i took them back to dicks and they replaced them right there.
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ive owned the bean emerger waders and imo the best bang for your buck out there. plus rock solid lifetime guarantee.
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Default Re: Inexpensive Wader options..?

I've got some cabelas bootfoot waders, and have nothign to complain about. They aren't breathable or very warm, and look a bit on the goofy side but for $60 or so, they can't be beat. If I plan on wading a bunch here on out I might look at some better ones but for now they are perfect.
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I bought Cabela's Bluestream out of the bargain cave. Marked "soiled". Not a thing wrong with them. Got them for 50 or 60 bucks. Breathable's to boot!
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Another vote for Cabelas
Over the years I've owned at least 6 different pairs from them
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Default Re: Inexpensive Wader options..?

I also have a pair of the LL Bean Emerger Stockingfoot waders and I love them. Lifetime guarantee. I've taken some nasty falls on rocks and they hold up very good. Wish I did after those falls! You won't be disappointed with these.
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I recently purchased a pair of these. Only used them once but they worked as designed.

Redington Wayfarer Stockingfoot Waders $78.70
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I recently purchased a pair of these. Only used them once but they worked as designed.

Redington Wayfarer Stockingfoot Waders $78.70
I love Sierra Trading Post. Great stuff at great prices. I keep saying it but I'm not sure how much it gets listened to.
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