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When you were a kid, did you ever get yelled at for leaving your bike out in the yard at night? Or did your parent’s ever threaten to hide or take away your toys if you didn’t put them away? And did you have to learn the hard way that when you left your action figure out ‘on surveillance’ all night in the tree, that they really were no match for your neighbors cat? Taking care of your personal possessions is something we learn from an early age. And too often we learn the hard way why.
Fly fishing waders are an important and often expensive part of your fly fishing equipment. Depending on what you are looking for, or what you may need in a pair of fly fishing waders you could pay upwards of hundreds of dollars for a pair of waders. Waders can always be important in any kind of fishing, but fly fishing waders are especially important. They protect you from the rocks, and rough places in the water. Fly fishermen often choose to go wading in the water to go fishing, and your waders keep you dry and warm in the cool water for as long as you are looking to fish. But as with anything, you want to make sure you protect and take care of your fly fishing waders. Because of the job your waders perform for you, it might not take much to cause a puncture or make a hole in them. And if you are unaware of it, and then take them out on another trip and find out the hard way, and it could really ruin a trip trying to deal with the problem on site.
Whenever you go on a trip, make sure to be aware of your equipment and what all it goes on with it during the time it is being used. Don’t take for granted that you spent a lot of money on your gear, and assume that it is tough because it cost a lot. Take the time to check your equipment and properly take care of and store your gear as well. Especially take the time to check your waders for holes and possible leaks. Checking your fly fishing waders isn’t as hard or tedious as you may think either. Make sure you clean them well, and check the outside first. Then, even if everything looks good, it’s still wise to check the inside. You can do this a few ways. One might be to use a small light lured down in the waders in a dark room. If that doesn’t work for you, or you want to be extra sure, you can always do a submersion test either placing them in water and applying outside pressure, or pouring water in and watching for beads of water to form. Waders for fly-fishing are an important part of your gear. Whether they are bought or borrowed, you want to make sure you take care f them. Hang up your waders after fly-fishing to let them dry thoroughly. Check for leaks. And if need be, you can get a patch kit. Don’t let sloppy care of your fly fishing waders or other gear cripple you fly-fishing ventures.
Christine Gray is a recognized authority on the subject of fishing. Her website Fishing Secrets Revealed provides a wealth of informative articles and resources on everything you will need to know about fishing trips. All rights reserved. Articles may be reprinted as long as the content and links remains intact and unchanged.
Fly Fishing In Ruidoso New Mexico News
New Mexico fishing report - Santa Fe New Mexican.com
New Mexico fishing report
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
25, Dar Gunnink of Aztec caught a 24-inch brown trout and a 30-inch northern pike. He was ... He was fishing the New Mexico end of the lake and using a Storm crank bait. ...... RUIDOSO RIVER: Trout fishing was fair to good using salmon eggs and worms.
Catches of the week - Santa Fe New Mexican.com
Catches of the week
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
Catches of the week. FENTON LAKE: On Feb. 19, Anna Ballantine, 2, caught a 15-inch rainbow trout. She was using Power Bait. ...... an 18-inch rainbow trout. She was fishing the Youth Pond and using Power Bait. NOTE: If you have a catch of the week ...
New Mexico fishing report — Feb. 27 - Portales News-Tribune
New Mexico fishing report — Feb. 27
Eagle Nest Lake: As of this past Sunday there was still ice in the neck area of the lake as well as Six Mile but the rest of the lake was open to bank fishing. Fishing for trout was good using Power Bait, salmon eggs and worms. Fishing for perch was ...