Warmest fishing gloves

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Rory McMahon, Oct 28, 2008.

  1. James Waggoner

    James Waggoner Active Member

    I reallly don't like to wear gloves. Even while skiing I rarely used gloves. When I do wear gloves I Like to wear thin micro fleace, even when wet they seem to keep my hands some what comfortable. If my hands get to where I need more than that...its too cold to fish.
  2. longstick

    longstick Member

    I see this in alaska and it is my biggest beef with guys fishing in winter conditions. Wear gloves but take them off when landing fish. Wet gloves suck and wool and fleece take all the slim that protect the fish (for catch and release). Just some thought for anyone new to the sport. :thumb:
  3. Big Tuna

    Big Tuna Member

    I found some very thin neoprene work gloves that I intend to try out this year. They don't have the fly fishing price tag, and seem to be thin enough that I'll still have some feeling.