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I was wondered about you last night when we were looking towards the creek from our house and could see lightening popping in the distance and then a double rainbow. And you found rainbows at the end, very cool!
 

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Not a dig on you but I've always wondered why guys wear waders on waters that don't allow wading.
That first picture has three guys in waders.
 

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Not a dig on you but I've always wondered why guys wear waders on waters that don't allow wading.
That first picture has three guys in waders.
I take it you have not ventured into the upper east side of RF. Many years ago I was walking through the cattails several yards from the creek and stepped into a waist-deep hole. Was not a pleasant experience - especially the smell.
 

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Not a dig on you but I've always wondered why guys wear waders on waters that don't allow wading.
That first picture has three guys in waders.
I used to wear hip boots (bust wet brush, kneel in the mud, tick repellent (that's a no-shoot). Hippers worn out now I wear waders for all the same reasons including protection from falling into a muskrat hole
 

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I fished the ford once and was glad I wore my waders. Fell into a few holes at 2 or 3 am when it was pitch black out. I was shocked I didn't break an ankle or leg, so being dry was an added bonus.
Agreed
And I'm pretty sure Ira was glad he wore his after he jumped out on that rock...
 
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