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    The key is to roll up your jeans a bit so the bottoms donít get wet and wick up to your knees. Also I donít take a ride especially when itís raining hard because it will wet your face and run to your belly button. Also roll my sleeves a bit to prevent wicking. The solitude on the water is worth the price of getting damp.


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    I've got a thin cabelas camo set they're for double duty, I don't hunt much anymore. I got the bibs and matching jacket. They work well with the rain, heavy dew mornings and cuts the wind well.

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    Was looking at this. Comments?!?

    WindRider Pro All Weather Rain Gear- Set
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    That should keep you dry.....everything but your feet.

    BAW HAHAHA BAW HAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA

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    looks like it might be a little difficult to grad a rod really quick
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    I think that's what that girl inside the suit is for. I mean, I wouldnt buy it if she didnt come with it. She can use that laptop to keep up with how many fish we catch.
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    I use Huk Bibs and Huk Jacket. Works great after one year. I even wear it if its cold out as well. Uninsulated so its ok in hot weather as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gabowman View Post
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    WindRider Pro All Weather Rain Gear- Set
    It has all the features it should have. Seems like a legit option. I had not seen this company.

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    Just a heads up about the raingear. I wound up buying an un-insulated pair of raingear from Windrider. It came and I found it to be ALOT nicer than anything Ive ever owned before. I cannot compare it to any other as Ive never paid that much for raingear before.

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    Anyway...getting to the point....I put the suit on before taking the dog outside today and found it to be GREAT. With only a single pair of sweats on I didnt feel the cold or the wind. Granted I wasnt outside more than 10 minutes I was pleasantly surprised with the suit. Now I have a real good feeling this set of raingear will keep me dry and looking at the forecast next week I might just get to try it out if caught on the lake with it raining. I might be wearing it anyway since I now know how it keeps any wind and cold off you.

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