Saltwater waders, what works?

Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by Adrian, Dec 19, 2013.

  1. Justin Waters

    Justin Waters New Member

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    I'm a huge believer in the sonic pros, I have beat the living hell out of mine and they just don't die. I fish, hike, jump in and out of boats, kayaks, and rafts. They just don't die. That being said, they are not quite as fitted as Simms or Patagonia's high end waders. Salt does not effect any of the major wader manufacturers. Good luck to you.
     
  2. Dipnet

    Dipnet The wanted posters say Tim Hartman

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    Yup, me too! They've worked well for local KP and OP beaches.

    Anyone have experience with Dryft waders made in Bellingham? Link here: http://dryftfishing.com/
     
  3. Adrian

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    Thanks for the feedback all. Just as a heads up, Redington will not be moving distribution to Salt Lake City. My good authority was trumped by an even better authority.

    Patagonia is fixing my waders, took a month to get them back. It sounds like they know the issue and have rectified it moving forward.

    This taught me the importance of back up waders. I picked up the Sonic Pros and will have Patagonia go backup.
     

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