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What are some waders yall would recomend for duck hunting in NC? Between 100-250 dollars.

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  • DEERHUNTER150
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    i got a pair from gander mountain that were very nice until i decided to walk through some brairs and i had to patch them i live in delaware so theres not much difference in the weather in NC

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  • ETangler
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    Bass Pro Shops have in the store or on-line a great selection of Hodgeman neoprene waders. Get yourself some fleece stirrup under pants to put on first. They insulate and wick sweat. You'll be glad. I live across the hill from you in Gatlinburg.

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  • kolbster
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    Not really, i do all my duck hunting in TN.

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  • Taylor Fitzpatrick
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    I'm in Wake Forest. Do you know of any good spots to duck hunt around there?

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  • kolbster
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    where in NC are you from. im in wnc

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  • deaddiver
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    Don't buy any thing from wal-mart or meijers, being a stupid kid i bought a pair for $30 bucks and my feet got so cold i went to the hospital for frostbite

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  • Beekeeper
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    Check out Mack's Prairie Wings at:

    http://www.mackspw.com/ItemList--Chest-Waders--m-310

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  • Del in KS
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    Cabelas has a set of neopreme wadders that run less than 200 that I use. They have kept me warm in icey water. Not too expensive. All wadders will eventually leak. Use waterproof glue to seal the seams and they will last several years.

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