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socks. Get wading boots with lug soles, not the soft-soled booties that will cause your feet to cramp when wading soft bottoms. Put multiple, thin layers on top covered by a waterproof shell. A jacket with tight cuffs will prevent water from running up your arm every time you release a monster trout and get your hands wet. A knit cap will round out the ensemble quite nicely. Make sure you have a dry change of clothes and a towel in the boat just in case you fall down or go over the top of your waders, or just find a leak you did not know was there. The only thing worse than speeding across 50 degree water is doing so while soaking wet. A pair of clear snowmobile goggles for driving will help keep your face warm and minimize the tears stream- ing down your face from the cold wind in your eyes. Clear vision makes it a lot easier to see where you’re going and read the signs for fish activity.


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