I need a rain coat

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by displacedcheesehead, Oct 4, 2002.

  1. displacedcheesehead New Member

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    Can anyone recomend an inexpensive rain jacket for use fly fishing?
    I'm on a budget so I would like to stay under $100 the $50 dollar range would be great.
  2. Kaari White Active Member

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    I bought one out of Cabela's this summer for around $40-50 that I really like, can't remember the name of it off hand. They have a bunch of rain coats and wading rain jackets for sale for under $100. This time of year I'm sure they have some in the "bargin cave."
  3. Surf_Candy Member

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    I picked up a Hodgman at REI - $100 - has neoprene wrist guards, 2 large vertical front pockets for the big size fly boxes, and the bottom can be folded under for deep wading...also has a very nice hood and wrap around collar for driving rain....

    Jim
  4. angler88 New Member

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    I have used the cabelas dry plus for two seasons now, and would give it two thumbs up. I think its about $100, but worth it. I have yet to get wet in it. Plus its well made for the fisherman. :THUMBSUP