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    I forgot my waders at the boat launch at maud lake. If anybody picked them up... I owe you lunch! Driving out there now to see if maybe they are still there. Unlikely.

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    how in the heck..do you forget...never mind.

    hope you find them..at least the season is over and you can save for a pair for next year..lol

    Good luck

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    I forgot my waders at the boat launch at maud lake. If anybody picked them up... I owe you lunch! Driving out there now to see if maybe they are still there. Unlikely.
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    If somebody picked them up they are going to enjoy the leak they have!
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    that is funny...seems ol waterfowlers always have a leak of somekind..never patch it up and everytime they get back to the boat ramp and take them off..swear they will fix them when they get home..only to put them on again tomorrow..lol I love it..usually fix mine after the season unless it is a huge hole..that requires immediate attention.

    Quote Originally Posted by duckslayer56 View Post
    If somebody picked them up they are going to enjoy the leak they have!
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    LOL that is so true! They were too tight where it needed to be less tight anyway. They were cabela's breathables... its about time to switch to neoprenes anyway because I seriously froze my @$$ off out there this morning!

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    You are freezing your ***** off then..not sure I would have waited that long. Love the 5mm 1200 insulate..never get cold.

    probably catch a sale after the season closes.

    Quote Originally Posted by AK_Marine View Post
    LOL that is so true! They were too tight where it needed to be less tight anyway. They were cabela's breathables... its about time to switch to neoprenes anyway because I seriously froze my @$$ off out there this morning!
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    I just saw a set of 5mm with 2400 thinsulate! Your feet would be roasting in those babies!
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    where!! that is crazy hot!

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    I just saw a set of 5mm with 2400 thinsulate! Your feet would be roasting in those babies!
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    I think they were on the sportman's guide website.
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    I found your waders. Waited around for 1/2 hour to see if owner returned. Call me 892-5892

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    Possum, if they are a size 12 Stout (greek for fat) i will claim them. Bud
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    My waders have been returned... Thanks so much! I figured it was a long shot posting on here trying to find them but it all worked out in the end. I will forever have a special attachment to these leaky waders!

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