Fishing Wader Reviews
Once upon a time, fishermen had to step directly into the stream, river, pond, lake, or surf where he fished and face the reality of getting cold and wet–all in the name of the catch. Eventually, waders came along as an alternative to mucking up your boots and pants, but they were often heavy, poorly fitted, and barely water resistant. Modern waders come in a variety of styles, materials, and sizes to keep you warm and dry no matter where you fish. Granted, there is no such thing as the perfect set of waders that are ideal for any condition. Heavy-duty, suspender chest waders are great for stream fishing in the cool waters of early spring, but would probably cause you to overheat on the lake in the thick of summer. In order to decide on the best set of waders for your angling needs, consider how much coverage you want, whether you want attached or separate wading boots, and what type of material will best keep you warm (or cool) and, most importantly, dry.