Fishing Waders Pro Product Update

Posted on July 10, 2019. Filed under: Bass Fishing, Fishing, fishing products, Fishing Waders Pro, Fly Fishing | Tags: , , , , , |

Fishing Waders Pro is proud to announce the newest product upgrades. We have updated our entire Fishing Wader line. We have new Breathable Chest Waders For Men, Fly Fishing Stocking Foot Chest Wader, Neoprene Waders For Men, Neoprene Camo Bootfoot Chest wader and more.

We have also updated our Wading Boots. Added More options for Hip Boot Waders, Added Knee Boots and more.

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Bass Fishing in Central Florida

Posted on February 13, 2015. Filed under: Bass Fishing | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

When you go fishing in different places in the U. S. you will see many different types of lakes and rivers.

Each body of water has its own characteristics but they also have a lot
of things in common. And that is where the lakes and rivers in Central Florida are different.

It is known that Central Florida is famous for Bass Fishing. They have the best lakes in Florida
because they have the finest largemouth bass any other lakes could give. Bass Fishing in Central Florida is
world class throughout the year.

The reproduction of these fish occurs between December and April at which time the bass
will be at their heaviest. Eight to ten pound trophy class fish are possible on any given day, with a chance
at even a larger bass.

Also Central Florida is famous for the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes where the finest largemouth bass can be found. Central Florida
bass fishing is known world wide. Avid fishermen from all over the world take their vacations here in
order to see and catch their own world-class wall mounts.

Before you go fishing for bass in Central Florida, you have to first consider that bass fish have different
characteristics. And they are as follows.

Shallow water fish or literal zone fish. These bass fish live and survive in shallow water
near the shore line. Of course when there are fish in the shallow, there are also fish that live in deep
water. The last are the classes of gypsies. These bass fish live in deep-water home but they can also
survive near the shore.

You might be wondering where in Central Florida you can catch these bass fish. Here is a list of lakes where you can find the
finest and the best bass fishing in all of Central Florida.

Lake Tohopekaliga or the Lake Toho. Florida’s Trophy Largemouth fisheries are found on Lake Tohopekaliga or “Lake Toho”. It is
where the B.A.S.S is held. Lake Cypress and Lake Kissimmee. Try to visit these lakes. And you will never regret it.

The following are important guides for fishing bass in Central Florida. Before going fishing.

1. Be sure that the boats you are going to use are fully equipped with all U.S. Coast Guard safety equipment, a cell phone,a first aid kit for
emergency purposes. Be sure you have the proper fishing license. Make sure to check all of your fishing gear.
Make sure everything is in good condition. Replace anything that is not. And always put safety first.

2. It is a must to consider the weather condition. You should leave the water when a storm comes or if there is lightning in the area.

3. You should start to fish early in the morning or in the evening because bass are active during cooler temperatures.

4. Use artificial fishing lures or live bait to catch the bass. This is an effective technique because bass are not as aware when they are feeding.

5.Bring extra rods and reels. You might need them. If you are planning on doing any shore or wade fishing.
A good quality, affordable pair of waders and or wading boot should be purchased. Lots of accessories can be purchased.
A wade fishing belt, to hold your tackle and keep it dry.

But if you feel like you want a guide services to help you, you can just search for them on the internet. They charge you a
certain amount. But it is an expense I am sure will be worth it. You will like the pleasure that bass fishing will give you.

As a reminder do not forget to bring with you your sunglasses and sunscreen because it does get hot out there.

Make sure you have your camera so, you can take pictures to save those memories. Because
you will definitely want to share them when you get home.

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Fishing Waders Pro Announces Holiday Sales Specials!!

Posted on November 14, 2013. Filed under: Holiday Sales | Tags: , , , , , |

It’s That Time Of Year Again. The Holiday Sales Have Started. Visit us on-line at Fishing Waders Pro

We Are Dropping Prices and even Offering Free Shipping.

Fishing Waders Starting As Low As $69.99 A Pair.

Caddis Fly Fishing Waders made of top quality Breathable, Neoprene, Waterproof Rubber Materials. For Men, Women And Youth. Fishing Waders like Deluxe Fishing Waders For Men. The ultimate in light weight design. Ideal for those days when the mornings are cool and the days are long and hot. Caddis Deluxe Waders are the number one selling Deluxe Waders in North America. Caddis Dry Breathable Technology to keep water out, warmth in, and condensation a non-issue. All of our Breathable Fishing Waders include a Free Wader Belt and Repair Kit. All of our products comes with a satisfaction guarantee.

Neoprene Chest Fishing Waders. Neoprene Warmth Without the Weight and Bulkiness. Our Neoprene Waders are 3.5 mm with extreme attention to detail. Waders so comfortable you can wear them for weeks on end. And many people do. For anglers and hunters that spend every day of the season outside in the elements. Reinforced knees and triple sealed seams offer longevity.

Caddis Hip Waders. Boot Foot Hip Waders will always have a place in the outdoor world. Rubbers Waterproof ability to seal out water is undeniable. Tough, super durable and long lasting,

Wading Shoes and Rubber Boots. Deluxe, Eco Grip Soles and Northern Guide.

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Fishing Waders Pro Now Offering Free Downloads!!

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

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As our way of Thank You to our visitors. We are now offering Free Downloads of the lastest Articles, E-books, Video, and more.  Our first of many to come Free Downloads!

” 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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Fly Fishing!! Where, What, When, How and Why ??

Posted on August 17, 2012. Filed under: fishing products, fishing waders, Fishing Waders Pro, Fly Fishing | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

What, Where and Why? Fly Fishing. That wonderful great adventures sport of catching fish in the rivers, streams, lakes and oceans of the great outdoors. In North America fishing anglers are thought to be the first to have used artificial flies for bass. Developed after fly patterns for trout and salmon fishing, patterns were adapted into specific flies for brass. Anglers fishing for brass developed the popper fly, which is still used today. Many early anglers developed new fly patterns and wrote about the sport, increasing the popularity of fly fishing in the United States as a whole. Fly Fishing peaked in the 1920’s in the Northeast and Midwestern United States.


   How? Using Fly tackle.  Fly Lines were made of silk or horse hair. They were light enough to use with a long fly fishing rod allowing the wind to do most of the work. With the introduction of new woods such as green heart and bamboo, it was possible to cast files into the wind on silk lines.


   American rod builders developed techniques for making bamboo rods. Thin stripes were cut and glued together to make a light, strong rod with a solid core, that was better than anything that proceeded them. In the 1950’s the development of fiberglass rods, synthetic fly lines and mono filament leaders revived the popularity of fly fishing in the United States. Fly Rods are available from Hurricane Red bone, Cortland, Cahill, and more. Combos are available from Okuma, Super Fly, Crystal River and more.


   Fly Reels from the mechanically simple, a storage place for your fly line and backing to the more advance models of today. In order to tire the fish, anglers simply applied hand pressure to the rim of the spool, called palming the rim. Many modern reels still use this design with a clicking mechanism which makes both a noise and provides light spool braking to prevent overruns. Today fly reels are available in many different brands from Crystal River, Cortland, Scientific Angler, Okuma and Super Fly just to mention a few. Saltwater fly fishing is done with heavier tackle, both to handle the larger, more powerful fish and to cast larger heavier flies. Wet flies that look like bait fish, crabs, or poppers are used. Species caught include bone fish, red fish or red drum, tuna, striped brass, salmon and marlin. Offshore species are usually attracted to the boat by chumming with small bait fish and trolling back and forth in a large area.


Fishing Waders used to wade out into the water to gain distance from the shore. Full length, chest-high fishing waders are the most popular. They provide improved footing, protection for feet and legs from sharp bottom objects and sting/biting fish and crustaceans and protection from the cold temperatures. Some fishermen prefer boot footed to stocking footed models, boot footed waders eliminates the sand and rocks from getting into the wading boots. In areas where fishing from slippery rocks, or mossy and slimy rock jetties, cleated boots with or without felt soles are used to improve footing and enhance safety.


Fly Fishing Vest Collar and shoulder pads make all the difference. Roomy plenty of pockets and lightweight. Deluxe fishing vest features neoprene padded neck and shoulders. Gusseted pockets. Accessory pull cords. Built in hemostat sheath. 100% Cotton shell. Washable Rod Holder. Two zippered pockets in back. 14 total pockets. Includes special tool pockets.


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