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Does anyone wear gloves for winter fishing from a boat, a pier or the shoreline? :cloud:

If so, what works?

(Brand, style, thichness, material, etc.)

Thanks for any help.
 

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Simms!

FTU carries several styles of Simms anglers gloves for coldweather fishing and they are all exceptional quality. They are well worth the price on bitterly cold days.
 

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I wore Gander Moutain fishing gloves last summer, the nylon sun-proof
gloves. Last winter, I noticed they keep your hand warmer on a chilly day. Haven't tried fishing with them in snow, however. Probably need something thicker.
 

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Thanks for the help

Thanks for the help.

Brrrrrr... it's cold!

I need gloves. I will obtain gloves. I will wear gloves.

I feel better already.

Thanks again.
 

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I take a plain ole pair of cotton jersy gloves and cut the thumb and index to the first joint out of the right hand and the thumb and index to the first joint out of the left hand (this alows for both baitcasting and spinning) and that is all I need when it is cold.
 

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Try the neoprene

I have neoprene gloves that I cut the fingers out of. Works well for cold days.
Hookman
 

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I fish left handed so I get a rt hand glove with fingers cut off and a left hand glove with all of teh fingers. I like thin gloves for feel.

all you rightys would use a left glove with fingers cut off
 

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Jeff,
I think you have that one confused with one of your adult entertainment bookmarks!:biggrin:
No...I have a pair of Hot Skinz.....got them when I lived in Alaska at a fishing store on the Kenai...they cost around 80.00..and they work very well.

The Bookmark you are thinking of is Hot Skanks...you want me to send it to you?:cheers:
 

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No...I have a pair of Hot Skinz.....got them when I lived in Alaska at a fishing store on the Kenai...they cost around 80.00..and they work very well.

The Bookmark you are thinking of is Hot Skanks...you want me to send it to you?:cheers:
Sure, for $80. I can probably get a couple of skanks to keep my hands warm.:rotfl:
 

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The Simm's half finger fishing gloves are very warm and I use them wading in the colder weather/water.

Charles
 
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