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Wet Wading
09-18-2012, 10:14 AM
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RE: Wet Wading
(09-17-2012 12:33 PM)Tyger Wrote:  Probaly won't be able to to try this year, but are aqua shoes ok for this. Everyone seemed to mention sandals (or plain ol' running shoes)?

Should be - as long as they afford a bit of protection against sharp rock edges, & stubbed toes................ and they have a bit of traction for the slippery spots.

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09-18-2012, 01:47 PM
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RE: Wet Wading
(09-18-2012 10:14 AM)OldTimer Wrote:  
(09-17-2012 12:33 PM)Tyger Wrote:  Probaly won't be able to to try this year, but are aqua shoes ok for this. Everyone seemed to mention sandals (or plain ol' running shoes)?

Should be - as long as they afford a bit of protection against sharp rock edges, & stubbed toes................ and they have a bit of traction for the slippery spots.

I wear a pair of surf booties...rubber sole and neoprene uppers. They work...and aqua shoes are the same material.

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09-18-2012, 09:29 PM (This post was last modified: 09-18-2012 09:30 PM by MichaelAngelo.)
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RE: Wet Wading
I've been using my spare running shoes, and it's good for the long-distance walking that usually accompanies my fishing adventures. It is a bit annoying to be constantly hanging shoes out to dry, but I'd rather take the shoes than sandals or ill-fitting water shoes.

If I invested in a good pair of water shoes... then it'd be a different story.

My feet are very oddly shaped (extra, extra wide and very flat footed) and I wear supported soles... so it's hard to find a good shoe that isn't New Balance or something comparable.

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09-19-2012, 04:08 PM
Post: #14
RE: Wet Wading
(09-18-2012 01:47 PM)MuskieBait Wrote:  
(09-18-2012 10:14 AM)OldTimer Wrote:  
(09-17-2012 12:33 PM)Tyger Wrote:  Probaly won't be able to to try this year, but are aqua shoes ok for this. Everyone seemed to mention sandals (or plain ol' running shoes)?

Should be - as long as they afford a bit of protection against sharp rock edges, & stubbed toes................ and they have a bit of traction for the slippery spots.

I wear a pair of surf booties...rubber sole and neoprene uppers. They work...and aqua shoes are the same material.

I have a cheap from wal-mart, hopefully they have enough grip...gonna try somewhere next year, since it's getting cold alreadySad
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06-24-2014, 03:41 PM
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RE: Wet Wading
Bump............. its that time again..................

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