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    Those Grandpa's & Grandma's had many good tricks up there sleeves! I just wish my were still around to teach me more of them! When we were kids, we didn't think nothing about it, but now, boy, I miss them!
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    Tight fitting neoprene gloves never take em off even with minners


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    Quote Originally Posted by Boatbottom View Post
    Tight fitting neoprene gloves never take em off even with minners


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    Itís true. Duck hunted for years with neoprene gloves. The wetter they get the warmer. But you canít take the off.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BroKenneth View Post
    It’s true. Duck hunted for years with neoprene gloves. The wetter they get the warmer. But you can’t take the off.


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    What do you mean you cant take them off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crappiejim View Post
    What do you mean you cant take them off?
    If you take them off you will lose the warmth. Your hands will get cold and stay that way even when u put your gloves back on.


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    I use a thin cotton under some gloves made out of skin diving suit material. Neoprene. Very water proof and dry. Can feel bites good with them.
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    Yea,Coleman and Capps carry a warm cooler for hands

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    Good read, thanks for the post.

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    I like the thinner tight fitting gloves because you have better feel when single pole fishing. Acadamy sports has a wind resistant glove that works pretty good.

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