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  1. #1
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    Ok, here is the scenario.
    Ur over 60 and out on the water. Nature calls n u have to pee. No zip front waders.
    So the issue is ur strength of stream isnt what it used to be and u dont want to soil the front of ur waders.
    What have u used to extend ur stream so ur waders arent soiled? It needs to be long enough to clear ur waders n packable.

    I am sure I am in the same boat as others. Just need a good idea or two.

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    Buy some zip front waders they are great!!
    Or carry a piece of tubing to extend your
    Range away from your body.


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    I make sure I take leak before wading out and when nature calls, more often than in the past, I wade ashore, pull them down and relieve myself on the bank. Hopefully, the fish is still rising.

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    I wade back out and look for a tree. I picked up the tree thing from my dog.

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    I have zipper front waders, but I wouldn't unzip them mid stream for environmental and safety reasons. Dave Hughes book, An Anglers Astoria, includes a Chapter titled, "Learn to Pee Before You Put Your Waders On."

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    Quote Originally Posted by dillon View Post
    I have zipper front waders, but I wouldn't unzip them mid stream for environmental and safety reasons. Dave Hughes book, An Anglers Astoria, includes a Chapter titled, "Learn to Pee Before You Put Your Waders On."
    If I did that i'd be taking off and putting my waders back on a lot. I'm old. I pee a lot.

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    Depends!!!!

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    Go to Amazon and search for TravelJohn and you can stop soiling your waders.

    travel john.jpg
    I don't always catch fish; but when I do I scream like a little girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old timer View Post
    If I did that i'd be taking off and putting my waders back on a lot. I'm old. I pee a lot.
    Daves chapter wasn't intended to be taken literally, for the most part.

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    Urine is highly water soluble. Don't worry about getting a little on you waders. Just use some river water to wash them off.
    "Do yourself a favor. Take a kid fishing." - Franc White aka "The Southern Sportsman"

    "Maybe your stature as a fly fisherman isn't determined by how big a trout you can catch but how small a trout you can catch without being disappointed." - John Gierach

    "Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after." - Henry David Thoreau

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