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How to secure waders upsidedown for drying

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I bought this thing at a sporting goods store, but can't remember which one. It's a short peice of chain, maybe 6 inches, with a "S" made of steel the diamater of a pencil. Put'um on and hang'um from the ceiling. Works well and they were cheap, maybe 3 or four bucks a peice.

 

Ed J

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I like to turn my waders inside out and stand them on a bar stool to dry out the condensation inside. I then hang them by the harness to dry the outside. I learned this fishing the Rockies but it works just as well fishing the flatland.

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You can by one of those hangers or make your own. Go to the dry cleaner store and ask them for a drapery hanger. Not the kind your shirts come on but a much heavier wire hanger. Remove the cardboard dowel part and use your imagination to bend each wire into an "S" shape. I hang them from the boots to wash off and dry. I've got a pair of red ball adarondacs (sp) going on 10 years. Hope this helps.

 

Stu C

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Kurt...Bass Pro Shops has a hanger made of plastic that mounts to a wall. I've got 'em and it works fantastic. Check them out too!

 

RR

 

PS...Fished the Fling area Sat AM for 5 hours...one hit. How depressing.... frown.gif

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Forget hanginging them up. get yourself a peet boot dryer, with wader extentions. I live in waders the entire goose season from October to December and have dry feet every morning. They are available in all the catalogs, or I can help.

 

Good fishing,

 

Guatemala Dave

 

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