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- n. Plural form of wader.
- n. Waterproof boots that cover the whole leg and hips, and sometimes the chest; worn by anglers.
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- n. waterproof hip boots (sometimes extending to the chest) worn by anglers
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Fishing off a boat and in a pair of waders is as "extreme" as it gets for me.
You ever go to Bennet Springs or Montauk and be fishing a spot and have some jerk in waders walk upstream right in front of you and the spot your fishing?
He dove under several times, in waders and attempted to save the dog.
Galveston Bay, fishing in waders for redfish and speckled trout.
Falling in waders when I'm in heavy current, or getting hurt riding my bike to go fish.
It was a beautiful blonde woman, American Flag bikini clad, fishing in waders with a beer on her bottoms strap.
I have been to the Cape and gone to Monomoy Island off Chatham, I wasn't fishing that day but there must have been 50 guys in waders casting for stripers.
Personally, I admire a woman that is as comfortable in waders as she is in heels, or in camo as in Victoria Secrets, or that can cut a horse as well as control a room full of hyper two year olds.
Speaking in fishing waders from the town of Dillingham, Gov.
Because "Brad Pitt" made it cool to be a fly fisherman ... and April Vokey makes it hip to chase big steelhead with the long sword and drool over hot chicks in waders!!
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