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JRW Fishing.com ~ Fishing Waders & Boots

Below, you will find a selection of waders that we personally picked out and many of which we have used. They are all quality waders and boots, and we're sure that you will find the prices to be very competitive. The fishing waders that we have personally been using for the past 10 or so years are Cabela's Premium Dry Plus waders, that are as good a pair of breathable waders as we have ever used.

A decent pair of neoprene or breathable fishing waders is very important to a good day wading on the river. They keep you warm in the colder water such as is found in the fall and winter, and they keep you dry in hot weather. When you get back to your vehicle after a morning of fishing, you simply remove your waders, put on your shoes and you're good to go. If you are going to wading, you need to have a decent pair of fishing waders and that's what you'll find here; Quality breathable and neoprene waders at great prices. Quality is important in waders just like polarized sun glasses. Your Dad was right when he told you, "You get what pay for".

So the next time you go out river or stream fishing and your standing up to your crotch in water and suddenly feel that trickle of water dripping down your leg, think of JRWfishing.com and our friends at Cabela's. We'll help you stop that leak by either repairing the old waders or buying a whole new pair at a great price. As always, if you're looking for something in particular and can't find it, let us know. We'll do our best to find the waders that you're looking for and add them to our site. Or, at the very least, point you in the right direction. Remember, we just want you to spend less time worrying about such things and more time fishing, so if you need any help just let us know.

Many fishermen wonder what type of fishing waders they should buy; neoprene or breathable? Well, the truth is this all depends on the type of fishing you do most. Do you mainly fish for steelhead in the fall of the year or are you more of a late spring and early summer drift fisherman? This all matter because it makes a difference in whether you need neoprene or breathable fishing waders. As a general "rule of thumb" neoprene waders keep you much warmer, so if you tend to fish in cold weather/water alot, neoprene waders are the way to go. On the other hand, breathable waders are great beacuse you can layer clothing underneath the waders to keep you warm in cold water/weather scenarios. Breathable waders are what we at JRWfishing prefer, because they are so nice in "normal" weather/water situations, but at the end of the day the choice comes down to personal prefernece and the fishing scenarios you most often find yourself in. Just remember, neoprene waders are warmer and breathable fishing waders are generally more comfortable.

Fishing Waders - The Best Waders For Drift Fishing

If you fish for trout in the manner that we do, which means that drift fishing is the trout fishing technique of choice, wearing waders is a must. Well, maybe not "a must" because you can certainly wade in water without a pair of fishing waders, but they are a must if you want to be as comfortable and effective as you should be when you are drift fishing. If you haven't owned a pair of fishing waders or on the fence about investing in them, we can tell you from experience, that a good pair of waders is something that every serious drift fisherman needs to own.

Below you will find an outline of a few of the best waders that we at JRWfishing have personal experience with. One of us use or have used all of these fishing waders so we know the good and the bad features that they have to offer. The bottom line is that if you enjoy fishing for trout and like to wade in rivers and streams while fishing for them, a pair of waders is a great investment. And the any of the following 3 wader choices will serve you well for many years of fishing.

  1. Cabela's Premium Dry Plus Breathable Waders - These are the waders that one of our founders currently uses and he couldn't be happier with them. As a matter of fact this is his second pair of Cabela’s Premium waders and the first pair lasted him 10 years of heavy fishing with hardly any problems whatsoever. These waders have attached gravel guards which is very convenient along with triple layered knees for extra protection and are great for all seasons as you can layer underneath them for warmth when fishing in cold water or temperatures.
  2. Cabela's RVG II Stocking foot Waders - These waders are very much like the premium dry plus, and come at a slightly more economical price point. If you are a fisherman who only gets a chance to fish four times or less a month, these fishing waders will likely be perfect for you. You can save some money, and still have a quality pair of waders that will last you for a long time. These entry level waders have 3MM neoprene booties and and a highly abrasion-resistant face that guards against scrapes from brush and such.
  3. Roaring Fork 3.5MM Neoprene Waders - If a majority of your fishing is done in very cold water or cold temperatures in general, a pair of neoprene waders is the way to go and the "Roaring Forks" are a hard pair of waders to beat. These waders come with built in boots that have felt soles and are an extremely comfortable, economical, and durable pair of fishing waders. They are very popular among steelhead fishermen from The great lakes to Alaska.

The bottom line is that no matter what species of fish you like to target when drift fishing, the above fishing waders are 3 of the best waders that are on the market today. Whether you are chasing rainbow trout in Pennsylvania or Montana, or are chasing steelhead in the great lakes region or the Pacific Northwest any of these pair of waders will serve you well for many fishing seasons. As I said we use (or have used) them all and speak from experience when we give this recommendation.

Fishing Waders & Boots~ Quality products for fishermen from Northwest Montana