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Alan Green



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Location : Walton

PostSubject: Waterproof Jacket.   September 25th 2011, 12:11

OK All,
Any ideas on good waterproof jackets, got a mustad jacket but i found out, its crap.
Thanks for the away day,it was hard but good.
Alan.
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b5rny



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Location : liverpool

PostSubject: Re: Waterproof Jacket.   September 25th 2011, 14:21

try greys jackets and salopes - a lot of the charter lads use them expensive but good - gerrys of morecambe will do a deal ...berny Basketball
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ste trish



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PostSubject: Re: Waterproof Jacket.   September 25th 2011, 20:33

I,ve had mustad, afaw, and have got the greys. Dont rate any of them. My next ones will be the titan or snowbee. cheers.Ste.
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benh



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PostSubject: Re: Waterproof Jacket.   September 25th 2011, 21:02

my dad has got one of the titan ones and he says it's spot on, i have got one of the greys but like ste,i dont rate them at all Wink
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Dids



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PostSubject: Waterproof   September 26th 2011, 07:48

Best waterproof jacket you are going to get are not the one designed to fish with as they are not breathable enough and become wet on the inside and feel like the water come through.
I personnally use a walking jacket (North Face) and have done so for many years. Always dry and to keep warm in winter I use a thick fleece and thermal under it. I would recommend Goretex or E-vent jacket in the sale at Go outdoors or TK-Max or if you want the best as use by Mountain Rescue teams Paramo Jacket 200 + Twisted Evil but they are warm, waterproof and because they don't use a membrane to keep waterproof if you stick a hook in it you can repair it brill... Very Happy
Alternatively use a brolly lol!
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benh



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PostSubject: Re: Waterproof Jacket.   September 26th 2011, 18:23

Dids wrote:
Best waterproof jacket you are going to get are not the one designed to fish with as they are not breathable enough and become wet on the inside and feel like the water come through.
I personnally use a walking jacket (North Face) and have done so for many years. Always dry and to keep warm in winter I use a thick fleece and thermal under it. I would recommend Goretex or E-vent jacket in the sale at Go outdoors or TK-Max or if you want the best as use by Mountain Rescue teams Paramo Jacket 200 + Twisted Evil but they are warm, waterproof and because they don't use a membrane to keep waterproof if you stick a hook in it you can repair it brill... Very Happy
Alternatively use a brolly lol!

at 200 + its defo a brolly for me Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing lol
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charlieb



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PostSubject: jacket   September 26th 2011, 23:03

hi al i have a greys jacket with the zip in centre nice looking jacket thats why i got it but was i dissapointed when it rained it soaked rain like a sponge in a high wind the windproof qualities were non existed (polyester lining ) i wear a fleece underneath to keep warm going to spray water repelent spray on it see if it makes any difference if not its back to a plastic golf jacket (xxlL) fits over everything (last resort) check out other suits which other anglers are using that should give you a very broad spectrum to go on err on caution al 70 for something thats not up to what they make out is down the drain good luck on your quest (thats on the tele at 5 oclock ) cheers al
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Alan Green



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PostSubject: Re: Waterproof Jacket.   September 28th 2011, 15:16

Thanks, see you Sunday.
Alan
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mark a



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PostSubject: Re: Waterproof Jacket.   September 28th 2011, 21:20

I have a n anyfish anywhere suit,
its not great though
I just dry off when i get home Laughing
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