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How To Pick Good Waders

Posted on December 15, 2014. Filed under: fishing waders, Product - Review | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Waders can be both a luxury and a necessity. How are Waders sized? What kind of materials are waders available in? What are the different styles of Waders?

   Waders are sized several different ways. Fishing Waders come in different styles that are measured by height. The most important component when choosing a size is your shoe size. If you wear a size 12, then select a size 12 when selecting a boot-foot wader. Boot Foot Waders eliminate having to have a separate pair of wading shoes or boots. Boot Foot Waders go from the foot up to the chest. It’s important to realize waders are designed over sized to fit over clothes. For Chest or Girth Size measure your chest below the breast wrap a flexible tape around your body. Measure your waist. To measure your inseam. Measure the height from the floor to your groin with your shoes off. To measure your outer seam. Measure the height from the floor to your chest measured with shoes off.
When selecting Stocking Foot Waders that will require separate Wading Shoes and or Wading Boots, which you must select you shoe size. Remember that Wading Shoes or Boots are not suppose to fit as close as hiking boots, but should have stiff soles and ankle support. Make sure Stocking Foot Waders come with gravel guards. They seal the seam between the wader and the boot.
Waders are available in several different materials. Selecting the proper material depends on climate conditions. Neoprene Waders made of a synthetic rubber, are excellent fly fishing waders for cold weather. Designed to hug your body and keep you dry. They are available in different thickness for cold or warm weather. When water temperatures are too cold to wade into current with no protection to keep you warm and dry. Neoprene waders can become very warm on hot days since none of the person heat can escape. Sweat can also be a problem. Breathable Waders are made to keep water out and allow an anglers body heat and sweat to escape. Hip Waders are only hip high, with built in boots, these are good for low rising streams and warmer weather.
Each style of waders comes in a variety of sizes and material. Stocking Foot Waders are the lightest, easiest to store & easier to put on than boot foot waders. Chest Waders are by far the most popular. Hip Waders are good for low rising water and warmer climates. Rubber Chest Waders are great for working in just about in any wet environment.
Therefore knowing how to pick good waders depends on several different factors. As a result it’s important to realize that size and material are two of the most important features for picking good waders. A little measuring and research should help you to know how to pick good waders.
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Northern Guide Waders For Pro Guides.

Posted on July 13, 2014. Filed under: fishing waders | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

“Guide Tough” is how to best describe the Northern Guide Fishing Wader linePro Guide Fishing Waders

These rugged and versatile fishing waders offer top of the line features that make them the best value around. The go to system for professional guides.

Northern Guide Fishing Waders are designed to hold up to over 200 days of rigorous use by professional fishing guides under all climate conditions.

The breathable shell is soft and warm to the touch, as well as, scratch and tear resistant.  Includes a Free Wader Belt and Repair Kit.  Go Here For Fishing Wader Sizing Charts. (For Stout Sizes Subtract 3″ From Inseam). Contact Us. 

  • Attractive Tan and Brown Color. Heavy Duty Soft Polyester Material. Caddis Dry Breathable Technology. Reinforced Knees and Seat. Attached Gravel Guards.
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How to Store and Clean Fishing Waders

Posted on May 16, 2014. Filed under: fishing waders | Tags: , , , , , |

Storing and cleaning your fishing waders properly is the best and easiest way to make them last for years. It’s simple and easy to do (especially once you get in the habit of it), and will save you a ton of money long term. Fishing Waders will last for years if they’re stored and cleaned properly. If not stored and cleaned properly then be prepared to have to buy a new pair of waders every few years, and no one wants to have to do that. Packing or storing your waders wet may result in mildew and tape peeling. Taking good care of your fishing waders will ensure many seasons of use. Always check the manufacturer’s recommendations for storing and cleaning your fishing waders.

How To Clean Rubber and Neoprene Waders. Neoprene is a durable, rubber-type of material that needs little fuss to keep it in shape. But all gear needs a little attention, and there are a few things you can do to keep your waders in good condition between fishing trips. These steps also apply to Rubber Waders.

1 Rinsing with a hose as soon as possible will help keep your waders in good condition. Taking a garden hose to them. If you don’t have access to a hose, soak them in a bath tub with cool water for 30 minutes.

2 Wash your neoprene waders with a small amount of mild soap. Use a toothbrush or other small, soft brush to scrub out any dirt or stains. Rinse with cool, or lukewarm water.

3 Turn your waders inside out, and hang them up to dry somewhere out of direct sunlight. Find a nice shaded porch or garage, or hang them up over the bathtub while they dry. Hang them up in an area where the water can run off. Turn your waders back right side to dry completely.

4 Drying with a hair dryer can speed the up process, to clean and store quickly. Always check the manufacturer’s recommendations before cleaning and storing your gear.

How to Clean Breathable Waders

Breathable Waders during the warmer seasons are more comfortable. Dirt can cause a foul odor, and break down the DWR, or durable water repellent. Part of the water-repellent system for breathable waders is to have the fabric’s surface be water repellent. This allows the surface tension of the water to keep the water from soaking into the outer fabric layer and contacting the Gore-Tex membrane. If the water no longer beads up and runs off. Using a product like Revivex can also restore the DWR and improve the waterproofing capabilities of your breathable waders. You can easily give your waders a thorough cleaning with powder detergent. Powdered detergent is recommended because only enough will dissolve to create the cleaning solution. Liquid detergent can have excess detergent floating around the water, and it can stick to the waders (where it may not all be removed by a rinsing).

Step 1 Shake out your breathable waders to remove any dirt build-up. Remove any visible debris by hand and rub down with a clean, dry cloth. Turn them inside out and shake again.

Step 2 Run a bathtub of cold water and mix in two tablespoons of a mild powder detergent. The water in the bathtub only needs to be deep enough to cover the waders. Let the detergent dissolve, and submerge your breathable waders in the water. NEVER apply detergent/soap directly to the waders. Only apply a fully dissolved solution to the waders, because it is nearly impossible to rinse off liquid detergent if it gets down in the fabric.

Step 3 Work the water and detergent through the waders by hand and scrub with a soft brush if needed.

Step 4 Drain the tub and rinse the waders. Keep rinsing until water is clear.

Step 5 Hang waders right side out up by shoulder straps in basement, garage or over bathtub indoors until they are dry. Turn waders inside out to make sure inside is dry as well.

Step 6 Make sure to turn your waders right side out. To Revive the Durable Water Repellent on your waders spray Revivex directly onto the waders. Water Repellentcy can usually be repaired by applying a new coating.

Step 7 Use a hair dryer on the waders to seal in the Rivivex and activate the ingredients. Revivex instructs users to tumble dry after use, but try a hair dryer first and check its efficiency. This could help keep unnecessary heat from damaging your waders.
In conclusion. Waders will last for years if they’re stored and cleaned properly, there’s no doubt about it. Visit us on-line at Fishing Waders Pro.

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Free Download !! ” How Waders Keep You Warm and Dry”

Posted on April 5, 2013. Filed under: fishing waders, Fishing Waders Pro | Tags: , , , , , , , |

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 Wearing the proper waders for the location and season can make all the difference. In warmer weather you want a light weight breathable style of wader such as chest waders. Chest waders cover from your chest all the way down and are available in boot style as well as stocking foot. They are made of a breathable material to prevent you from becoming too hot during warmer weather. Breathable waders are designed to hold up to over 200 days of rigorous use under all climate conditions. Ideal for those days when the mornings are cool and the days are long and hot.  Click Here To Read More… 

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Posted on March 30, 2013. Filed under: fishing waders, Fishing Waders Pro | Tags: , , , , |

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” How To Pick Good Waders” 

More and more anglers are buying Fishing Waders as the spring fishing season begins. If you want to learn about  ” How To Pick Good Waders “  then this is the article for you. All it takes is a little measuring and research to help you pick a good pair of waders. In this article we will explain: Click Here to Sign-up Today!!

  • How to measure for proper sizing.
  • What type of materials waders are made of.
  • What are the different styles.

What kind or style you need for fishing different areas and climates and much more.

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