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Re: Wading boot recomendations
« Reply #75 on: November 03, 2016, 06:27:01 AM »
The best made wading boots I've ever had the pleasure to wear were a pair of Danners  purchased in the ealy 90s.  Murican made, and Hiner approved. 

BTW, screw stinkhorn creek.  Not stickin my rod in Iggy Azaleas giner.  Yes TF, I noticed the TR @ Drake.  Clark was also partaking  at some point.  Seriously, yall can do better than that.
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Re: Wading boot recomendations
« Reply #76 on: November 03, 2016, 12:38:37 PM »
I can vouch for the Danner river grippers as well, 20 years off and on fishing in a pair and they are still usable, barely. If only Danner would bring them back.
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Re: Wading boot recomendations
« Reply #77 on: November 03, 2016, 12:54:52 PM »
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yall can do better than that.

And we do, but this is the age of relentless hotspotting. It seems you can't post a picture of a fish on the internet without somebody trying to crawl up your ass to find out where you caught it or how. Pretty much the reason why I don't do the TR game anymore. A few pics on social media to remind people I fish and be done with it.

But I digress, the last few months, I've found low water to be annoying and I have focused on salt. The same might be said about Dylar and Tranny. Other associates decline fishing in this period to favor a tree stand.

As for shit crick? Its like going ass to mouth. A lot more people do it than are willing to admit.  :P

The crick is a simple indulgence that includes a case study in economics, anthropology and social work. There is far more to that state than one measily crick. There is far more to that watershed than the 4-5 miles people focus on.

Danner? Never did the wading boots. I have done their military boots. I have a pair I wear for hunting that is about 25 years old and has only been resoled once.
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Re: Wading boot recomendations
« Reply #78 on: November 03, 2016, 20:42:36 PM »
I can vouch for the Danner river grippers as well, 20 years off and on fishing in a pair and they are still usable, barely. If only Danner would bring them back.
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Re: Wading boot recomendations
« Reply #79 on: November 04, 2016, 05:28:01 AM »
No, they are definitely on the right feet. Just worn out a bit.

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Re: Wading boot recomendations
« Reply #80 on: November 08, 2016, 14:14:33 PM »
Follow up on those Kold Kutter studs.
A day and a half of fishing. Probably 5+ miles.
Went in easily, held well (did not lose any), gripped well. Definitely wearing quicker than the old Goatheads.
$2.60/re-load vs. $20. The bag of 250 will give me almost 10 re-loads.  -0-

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Re: Wading boot recomendations
« Reply #81 on: June 12, 2017, 11:48:19 AM »
8 months later, still hanging in there. But have lost a lot off bite.
I fell to my knee and to my hands on Saturday. First time I've gone down in a long time.  :o Could have been ugly back there.
Almost swam on the slimy Roanoke yesterday.
Reload time. $2.60 reload.
And I need to start carrying the staff more.  b';

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