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Sorry to bring up a repeat topic, but recently there was conversation about fishing gloves that some like to use for winter fishing. Thinking of getting gloves for my son as a gift and want to get him something that comes recommended. Don’t need bells and whistles, just warm, dry and flexible. Is anyone willing to offer recommendations? Thanks!
 

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These are my go to for fishing in cold weather. Even ice fishing!! I know they are fingerless, but for me when I keep most of my hand warm and dry, my fingers don’t normally get cold. I love not having to take off my gloves to re-tie, switch lures, ect. They are fairly durable and I usually get a couple of seasons out of them. But for a little over $10 on Amazon I feel like they are totally worth it.




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Found these on eBay last week, waiting for them to arrive, supposed to be 100% wool, like that they have thumb and forefinger open on both sides.

 

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wool gloves with thinsulate in them are warm...you can get them with fingers or without... the without ones can have a mitten type cover to pull over the fingers...I found some at menards for 8 bucks
 

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Latex gloves are a cold water/weather fisherman’s best friend.


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I won’t wear gloves over them. Keeping the wind and water off your hands keeps them quite warm by themselves. Now this is when I’m actually fishing, touching baits, setting lines and such.


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Thanks for all the information. I have a pair of the fingerless wool gloves with kitten cover I use for deer hunting. They are warm but I’m not sure about when they get wet? I like the neoprene, but have seen some that are bulky and cheaper ones that really aren’t water prove. I like what you guys have listed, thanks!
 

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Fleece fingerless glo-mitts are the bomb when it gets down to 20*, or so. I use them when I am Steelhead fishing in the winter quite a bit. I had a pair of neoprene gloves for a few years, and hated them. Either my hands would sweat, or I'd put the gloves on with damp fingers, and then my hands would freeze. And my hands really don't get cold much. In fact I get a strange satisfaction after catching & releasing a nice Steelhead in winter, and watching the steam roll off my hands as they dry.

Kitten Mittons? lol
 
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