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Old 01-22-2011, 04:21 PM
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Default inexpensive waders

On top of the float tube, im looking for a sub 100$ pair of waders to use with the tube. any suggestions?
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Old 01-22-2011, 04:38 PM
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LL bean Flyweights - $60

Great for tubing.

LL bean Emerger stockingfoot - $119

More bells and whistles, top ten pick in '09.
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Here is a whole page full;

Fishing Waders on Sale | Wading Boots on Sale | Hip Waders on Sale | Hodgman - Since 1838
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Ive been looking at hodgmans, but dont really know much about how they hold up/there quality. has anyone had experience with them?
also where can you find those llbean waders?
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Default Re: inexpensive waders

Allen fly fishing is about to come out with their own line of waders. if its anything lolike their reels they will be well priced, very dependable waders
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Really? nice does anyone know when they'll be coming out? i might wait to get my reel from them and just get them together if thats the case. Hopefully theyll be in my size. ( im a tiny person)
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Default Re: inexpensive waders

I have this pair. I got them about 8yrs or so ago. They are light, fit real good, they have the side cinches to keep water out, built in gravel guards and I have never had a leak.

Wadelite Stockingfoot Wader | Hodgman Waders - Since 1838

These used to be Hodgmans top of the line breathable waders. They have been replaced by their new TOTL wader. I have no experience with them, but I'd like too.

Guidelite Stockingfoot Wader | Hodgman Waders - Since 1838

I have a pair of older style Lakestream neoprene, (4mm), that I've had for about 10yrs. I like them fine and have had no leaks. The new ones look more comfortable with the neoprene shoulder straps instead of the web straps on mine. They are only good for very cold temps as they are VERY HOT.

Lakestream Neoprene Stockingfoot Wader | Hodgman Waders - Since 1838

You might check to see what sizes they have left, since some of these are close outs and sizes were drying up the last time I looked.....Just click size on the page.
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Ok, i tried ordering earlier and it told me i was a robot lol....
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take a hard look at the ll bean emergers. for the price, hard to beat.


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I have llbean emergers, it is very durable, comfortable and llbean's warranty is top notch..!!
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