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Have been duck hunting a couple of times this year and I am hooked. I am going to get some waders at the end of the season, instead of borrowing my friends, to see if I can get a deal on some good ones. I am looking for some recommendations. I have been looking at frogg toggs, prairie wings, drake and lacrosse.
Depends on how much. You are going to go....
I average 2-3 seasons out of the Magellan brand from academy
Remember to buy enough mils thick to your ability to handle cold and where you are hunting
Arkansas can be tough this Tme of year and need insulation but in November could get hot...
Most folks swear by lacrosse and hodgeman neoprene.
I was thinking 1000 g for the boots and 5 m for the neoprene. I was thinking in the $200 range but would go higher if I could get 2 or more seasons out of them. From what I read just about every brand has a problem with the seat leaking.
Been duck hunting for many years and I use frogg toggs. They are very dependable and warm. I also wouldnt buy any more than 1000 gram in the boot, any more than that and you will sweat. Check out rogerssportinggoods.com they have a pair that my dad recently bought that they make and I think they are only $115.00. He has liked them so far. Whatever you decide dont spend a lot of money on waders bc not matter how well you take of them after a few years water will find a way in on any waders you buy. Also check out wingsupply.com
Scottish by Blood, Southerner by Birth, War Eagle by Choice
What ever kind you decide to buy before you do check at wingsupply.com for many times the best price. I buy from most of the big on line stores but before I do I check with wing supply. They don't always have what I want but if they do most of the time it is the best price. They run specials all the time.
I wear the Bass Pro Brand (Red Head Bone-Dry) 1000 Mil in the boots is more than plenty and 5-7mm on the prene will be good. you can always wear thermals/wool socks under so keep that in mind. A good Jacket is a must! the Red Heads have lasted me well though My property has a lot of flooded timber and you have to walk through the thick to get to some of the ponds and never had any leak problems. Keep them inside and don't let the Sun beat on em too much and they'll last a while.
This post was edited by Sig Spearfisher 15 months ago
Dive for the thrill, shoot for the kill.
I think drake are the best quality, but I personally have been rocking a pair of lacross brush tough for close to 8 years now and they are leak free...
Seems like the majority of this board are wearing Lacrosse.
I appreciate all the input.
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