The famous nocturnal Hex hatch of the Midwest (and a few other lucky locations) stirs to the surface mythically large brown trout that only touch streamers for the rest of the year.
Hi all, I was looking for a friendly forum to ask for a little help and you guys seem perfect. I am a duck hunter by hobby and know neoprene waders fairly well. However, I need to order a pair of flyfishing chest waders for use in a baptismal pool for the pastors at my church. Being from south Georgia on the coast I can't just go to the local shop to look at the waders so I need a little help.
---Our church has 5 different pastors using one pair of waders. Honestly, they are growing rounder all the time and the one pair of waders is not "fit all" anymore.
---I help them prepare for baptisms and they each keep there dress clothes on minus the shoes. They wear a robe or old dress jacket over the waders
---They are always in a hurry because the service is ongoing
---We don't need insulation
---We don't need traction boots
Will stockingfoot waders keep them dry as long as they don't top the wader?
Are the stockingfoot waders easy to get on and off? ( I typically fold the wader over the boots (on the boot type wader) so that they can just step in)
Is there a brand that you might suggest? I will probably order them from Cabelas unless you have other suggestions.
Thank you so much. We baptize typically 5-10 people a month and one pastor is really having a tough time squeezing into the waders we have. It's really rather funny to see.
Thanks for your help.