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Jeremiah Johnson

Cheap quality Waders

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anyone know where i can find some cheap (under $100) but quality waders, prefably 5mm? I dont even care if they're used as long as they dont leak.

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Just pick-up some brush busters from that store in Rogers for $99. My last ones lasted 10 years. I hang them in my basement over summer and they last a long time.

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I cant think of the brand at this moment, but if your in a Cabela's its worth a look in the bargain cave. I scored a really nice pair of insulated camo waders for 85 bucks...these were easily 2 hundo new, only thing wrong was a cigarette burn on the inside...but they dont leak and they keep me very warm. It's worth a shot anyways. Good luck.

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Fleet Farm usually has Hodgeman waders that are good and are at the price range you are looking for. Check Sportsman's Warehouse too

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I'll second the Bargain Cave..I picked up a pair of Ducks Unlimited 5mm for $80...and they usually have a decent selection.

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Scheels in mankato is haveing a good sale on some nice neopreme waders 70 and 99

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Stay away from the Guide Series from Gander. Hodgeman are decent.

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does scheels have a website? i coulndt find one

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My bro buys the old fashioned rubber waders. They weigh a ton and you sweat like crazy in em. Maybe last a season and you throw them away the next season as they are all cracked up. But they are CHEAP! He found he could get a few years use by spraying them down regular with armor all. Keeps them from drying and cracking.

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