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Thread: Quality Rain Gear Needed

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    I have the H20 and I think it's good rain gear for the price. If I fished everyday would have spent more on better quality but for average fisherman think it's good gear.

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    I have the Pro Qualifier suit. Bought it over the 100mph suit because the bibs zip to the waist. Much easier to put on and take off. The 100mph suit does have more pockets but I don't use the pockets. Both suits are great. Personal preference.

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    1,000 dollars for a rain suit ? holy mackerel batman I had no idea they could get that expensive .
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    I think he was talking about purchasing 2 suits and not wanting to spend that much.
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    Get the Franks grest outdoor app
    They have the striker trekker
    Bibs and parka on sale $100 each


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    I’ve had a Cabelas Guidewear for over 10 yrs! I don’t know if they make it anymore. It cost about $500 for the set, but back then I was going to Canada and Minnesota for a week of fishing and it could rain all week up there! I am still happy with it!

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    pro qualifier , love it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by wicklundrh View Post
    I think he was talking about purchasing 2 suits and not wanting to spend that much.
    oh , just 500 , that's much better …..
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales
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    Funny

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    It occurred to me reading this post that some clarification might be in order.
    I fish, play golf and occasionally hunt. Back in my younger working days I braved whatever elements Mother Nature threw at me to pursue my hobbies. My rain suits had to stand up to that and keep me dry.
    I found some Frog Toggs on sale recently and purchased two sets since they were neatly packed in small cases.
    One went in my boat and one in my golf bag.
    A buddy saw them and asked me how well I thought they worked.
    My shamelessly honest answer?
    "It only has to keep me dry long enough to reach my car!"
    So that might need to be considered when an old poot offers an opinion.
    Mark 1:17 ...I will make you fishers of men
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