I'm making it a goal to do more waterfowling this season. Most of my hunting will be in flooded timber on public land. When late season deer hunting, I have seen multiple areas that seem to hold wood ducks and do not appear to get hunted because the access requires a great deal of walking. As a result, most of my duck hunting will involve lots of walking and navigating flooded timber.
I was in Cabelas yesterday and they had some waders on sale for about $50 off. They are 5 mm Neoprene "armor flex" with 1600 gram boots. It was a bit of a impulse buy. My question is, do you think that this is the right thickness for what I am doing? I'm a little concerned that theses waders may be a little hot for my purposes.
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