Get Kitted Out for the Start of the Fishing Season

The start of fly fishing seasons throughout the UK is upon us and following on from our Apparel for Cold Weather Article is our short guide to some of the popular items of fishing clothing and water protection.   Snowbee Granite Neoprene Bootfoot Chest Waders with Combi SoleIf you’re going to be spending a lot of time in the water then it’s worth investing in a pair of waders. These Snowbee ones offer all the essentials of a pair of waders in spades. Not only do they feature a combi felt sole they’ve also got a helpful front pouch pocket – perfect for keeping your hands warm when you’re resting them between catches. Take a look at these Snowbee Granite Neoprene Bootfoot Chest Waders in our catalogue; they’re just what you need when catching that next big fish. Currently on sale at £89.99.   Le Chameau Vierzonord BootsIt’s important to have shoes for different kinds of weather during Winter and is likely yp be particularly wet along the riverbanks. These Le Chameau Vierzonord boots make for a great waterproof option. If you’re in shallow waters, or on the way to some, these enable you to stay dry and still keep your footing. £165.00.   Greys Strata All Weather Wading JacketTo keep you warm up top, how about the Greys Strata All Weather Wading Jacket. This jacket is a perfect all-round fishing jacket that features specially designed Flo-Guard cuffs that reduce the trickle of water up the sleeves whilst casting as well as being lightweight, waterproof and incredibly warm. Currently available to order online for £129.99.   Simms Coldweather TrousersFinally we have the Simms Coldweather Trousers on sale for £85.00. These cold weather pants are really warm and feature a DurapelPlus® water-resistant finish with a textured fleece lining providing excellent comfort. Other features include hand warmer pockets, hook and loop adjustable cuff and knee articulation for ease of movement.   So take a look now at our full range of Fishing Clothing and make sure you don’t suffer in the cold weather when you get your season underway.