glove

Discussion in 'Fishing Clothing Review' started by PTDixieGal, Oct 24, 2008.

  1. PTDixieGal

    PTDixieGal New Member

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    I'm looking for a glove that is cut and chemical resistant and relatively inexpensive. Something that would be good for catfishing as well, now that the cold weather's coming. Any ideas?
     
  2. misterwhisker

    misterwhisker New Member

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    hi melissa, hope your doing ok on this fine day.....get a pair of rubber gripper gloves over top a pair of jersey gloves, oh by the way buy yourself a portable heater for when it's cold. helps me fish longer when its cold. hope this helps ya..have a great day..
     

  3. ozzy

    ozzy New Member

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    Just gotta ask? Why chemical resistant? You can get latex and non latex disposable gloves at krogers in the Pharm Dept. Like the ones that nurse ratchet uses, SNAP........:crazy:
     
  4. PTDixieGal

    PTDixieGal New Member

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    Because someone who got stung while fishing told me that it would be good for fishing. I'm allergic to latex and I hate those medical gloves like you get in pharmacy.
     
  5. brother hilljack

    brother hilljack New Member

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    good luck finding your gloves. Any old glove will work just fine I think. I typically use a pair of "mechanix" gloves that are a nice snug fit that still allows me to work on other things like tying hooks
     
  6. fr8dog

    fr8dog New Member

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    I have a pair of gore-tex/thinsulate gloves for fishing with a rod holder. A pair of neoprene ones ($10 at wally world or Academy) if I'm casting. Last year I got some of those hand warmer packs. OOOOHHH YEEAAAHHH!!! That is some GOOD stuff on a cold day.