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  • That's what's believed to have happened in Vermont, where felt-soled footwear is suspected in the spread of didymo, a slimy algae also called rock snot, says Shawn Good, a fisheries biologist with the state Fish and Wildlife Department.

    States start banning felt-sole waders

  • To fight this, they recommend getting rid of your felt-soled waders and replacing them with rubber-soled boots.

    Conservation News: Rock Snot and Felt

  • This past week I spent two days of trout-river wading while wearing one StreamTread boot and one regular felt-soled boot at the same time.

    Feel It In Your Sole

  • So maybe some wading-boot makers could do as Wags suggested: use some kind of modest price-coupon system to buy back old felt-soled boots and thereby give a small discount on new rubber-soled versions.

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • It doesn't mean his fancy felt-soled wading boots won't lose traction in 20-degree water.

    The Ugly Side of Fly Fishing

  • Simms recently introduced this lightweight boot with convertible cleat system ($125), a felt-soled wading boot with prepunched pilot holes that accept cleat screws inserted with a screwdriver.

    Simms lightweight boot

  • She wore her felt-soled cleaning shoes and I only heard her breathing as she stopped on the stairs outside our door and then the shutting of her door.

    A Moveable Feast

  • It was the noise felt-soled boots made as they slid along hard flooring.

    Night Arrant

  • Wargrave produced from the bundle that he carried a mask and a costume with a pair of high, felt-soled boots, which effectively disguised Muriel.

    The Jungle Girl

  • Mongolian features, wearing a white cloth garment, _kimono_-shaped and kilted up to give freedom to the sturdy bare thighs and knees -- the legs and feet cased in long, felt-soled boots.

    The Jungle Girl


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