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    Default recommendation for fishing gloves

    want to buy some nice fishing gloves. Would like some that are tight fitting and can be used from late fall thru early spring. Or if i need 2 different pair for winter vs warmer times

    thanks in advance

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    I just use my hunting gloves I think mine are redhead from bass pro... biggest thing I have learned is to keep your hands dry... take the gloves off when baiting hooks and keep a small towel to dry your hands


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    Quote Originally Posted by Erin Brewer View Post
    I just use my hunting gloves I think mine are redhead from bass pro... biggest thing I have learned is to keep your hands dry... take the gloves off when baiting hooks and keep a small towel to dry your hands


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    brown jerseys under latex surgical. hand-pocket warmers
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    i dont hunt so no reference .

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    Something like these


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    But the jersey gloves and some nitrile gloves would prolly do good to on the staying dry part! You can pick up a box of them at any auto parts store


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    I keep a 12 pack of brown jersey gloves in my boat. They are cheap and when one pair gets too wet, I just get a new pair out.


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    Muff with a refillable handwarmer works best for me. I also keep towels around to dry my hands when they get wet.
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    One trick my grandpa taught me. Take a small igloo cooler and fill it with boiling water before you leave the house. By the time you need to warm your hands it will be just right. Works all day. Just dip and dry your hands and put your gloves back on.


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