Thursday , 31 July 2014

Redington Women Sonic-Pro Wader & Willow River Wading Boot Felt


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Offering technical features that all anglers desire but designed FOR WOMEN. The women’s Sonic-Pro zip front wader makes getting in and out a breeze and the added stretch material make spending a day in your fishing waders more comfortable than traditional chest waders. With Redington’s premier Sonic-Pro technology, this is the most technical women’s specific wader on the market.

These Willow River Women’s Wading Boots with felt soles offer full support, comfort features for long treks and durability for many fishing adventures to come. Their lightweight mesh material make for a quick dry so you can get back to your land activity without having to worry about wet, clunky shoes. These women’s wading boots also feature neoprene padded ankle support to protect from injury while the rubber rand and toe cap keep you safe from rocky surfaces and sharp edges. The felt soles are stud compatible for the more venturesome anglers.

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About Heather

Heather grew up in Chilliwack BC and being a bit of a tom boy, it was no surprise that she was active in just about every sport. Fishing was one sport that was started at a very young age, catching her first trout on the Veddar with her parents by her side. During the school year she was involved in basketball, volleyball, soccer, grass hockey, softball, and snowboarding. Having parents who are avid fishers, she was encouraged to hop on the family boat and experience salmon fishing in Pt. Roberts Washington almost every summer. This is where she also did crabbing, clam digging and catching small bull heads off the dock with her cousins. A few years ago she took her first fly casting class and she hasn’t looked back. Fishing is now a major part of her life. Her and her husband Jason spend most of their spare time on local lakes catching trout but with a Spey class under her belt as well you’ll see her this winter catching Steelhead on the river. When she’s not fishing, you’ll find her at her fly tying station stocking up the fly boxes for their next trip.

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