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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-20-2019, 12:08 PM Thread Starter
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Brush Resistant Hip Waders

Can anyone suggest GOOD brush resistant hip waders? It won't be for duck hunting, but rather to cross a creek then walk through the woods about 200 yards to sit for deer or squirrels. I know I can just pack waders & take them on & off, but was hoping for just 1 pair of boots rather than lugging a pair in. I do have a pair that I tested this morning, they should work as long as it's not too cold out and if I stay out of the heavy briars, HodgmanŽ Mackenzie? Cleated Hip Bootfoot | HodgmanŽ but was hoping for something a little warmer in the feet. Thanks.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-21-2020, 09:41 PM
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Lot of guys swear by the lacrosse trappers. No personal experience with them, but probably going to end up with a pair in the next year or two.

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I wear Lacrosse Trapper when water trapping. Double knee, felt lined to the knee for extra warmth.
I wear Lacrosse Marsh Hip Boots when fishing.

Any Hip Boot will stand off briars for awhile. Depends how much brush busting you do. Personally, I try to avoid briars with Hip Boots.
The danger going thru brush is a stick or snag poking a hole in Hip Boot.
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