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Aquaseal - great for no leak repairs to almost everything.....waders/cags/dry bags. Be careful if you apply over duct-tape as it makes the tape go crinkly :eek: don't worry and just slap some more on.
I've managed to keep a pair of cheapy wading boots working well and even lasted a whole season, many thanks to this sticky stuff (probably would have been cheaper to buy new boots!)
 

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Got to say it the Muck Boot Derwent are the amoung best things i have bought warm comfortable grippy and waterproof
 

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I would agree with the Aquaseal! My waders are plastered in the stuff. I gave up using it properly and now just smother any potential leaks in it and let it dry overnight. Also, my fish grip which cost 12E from France and is going strong. My folding Ron Thompson net which is bombproof and only cost £25.
 

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Is Aquaseal the same as Stormsure and Aquasure? or is it totally different?

seeing that i've only been plugging for 5 months, i don't really have a Bad buy, but time will tell..
 

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Metel studded Felt soled wading boots -- just cannot fish without them.
 

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They lock in place Chad? They look kinda cool and easy to use.

Welcome to the forum by the way Chad.

Oh and I must agree with Dai, or was it Marc, those Muckboots are brilliant, the most comfy boot in the world (welly boot of course).
 

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They lock in place Chad? They look kinda cool and easy to use.

Welcome to the forum by the way Chad.

Oh and I must agree with Dai, or was it Marc, those Muckboots are brilliant, the most comfy boot in the world (welly boot of course).
Me thinks that Mr fish should give free Muck boots to his very best coustomers ;) ;) ;)
 

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mrfishjersey said:
They lock in place Chad? They look kinda cool and easy to use.

Welcome to the forum by the way Chad.

Oh and I must agree with Dai, or was it Marc, those Muckboots are brilliant, the most comfy boot in the world (welly boot of course).
Thanks, and no sadly they don't lock in place. They seem a bit cheap at first but they are strong and very light. I just like the fact that they are a bit better for the fish's mouth overall. Even when fully closed there is a small permenant gap so you know you're not going to pierce the fishes bottom lip accidentally but you can still get a good hold on them.
 

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guys i needed a pair of top waterproof pants and had a phone call from a mate of mine who knows his onions.m and m website.helly hanson hellytech pants,half price down to fifty.mine arrived yesterday and there the dogs.ideal for recces and rock hoppin.gaiters are fitted under the hem so water runs straight off.cheers daz
 

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Merino underwear layers......cant be beat, especially in this weather :laserswords: I get mine from Howies, expensive but warm and lightweight
 

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At last decided to get myself some cold weather gear

Seen a few peops have allready rated these but -

Muck boots derwent are so comfy and warm , just got a pair yesterday from ***** , been down the beach walking the dog with them and nice and toasty - these are going to be great when next out fishing.

SealSkinz Ultra Grip Gloves - These are just great gloves and found them on offer for £19.99 + £2 pp

Also Daztecs said about Helly Hansen helly Tech waterproof padded bottoms , I had seen the on M+m a few weeks ago but they ran outa my size - have found another site with them but they £15 more , have ordered and awaiting delivery - they look like they will be sound and nice to hear someone else has rated them. - have ordered a Helly Hansen Jacket of m+m aswell - good discounts on there for some HH stuff , which is good weather gear.
 

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Have just "seviced" my entire collection of Plugs and have found these Split Ring Pliers to be the best I've ever used, they are a quality tool and the blades cut braid like a knife through butter, the trebles are a great replacement and fit on Feed Shallows.

Both are available from the man.
 

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Good call. They're great value. I have a set in each bag and one on the boat. Saves leaving them at home!
 
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