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what are the best fishing gloves that keep your hands warm but don't get in the way either?

 

thanks and tight lines

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I thought these were the best but they were too small

They are still new let me know if your interested.

They run a bit small

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This is a tough topic in that different areas of the country require a different grade of glove. At the same time, what is cumbersome to me may be ok to you. But, I like a glove liner such as these:

http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/60814?feat=liner-SR1&page=men-s-polartec-liner-gloves&attrValue_0=Black&productId=1025464

And this spring I'm going to try a tip I read about putting a latex glove on first, before the outer glove.

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I thought these were the best but they were too small

They are still new let me know if your interested.

They run a bit small

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im an xl in gloves so i doubt they'll fit but thanks 

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This is a tough topic in that different areas of the country require a different grade of glove. At the same time, what is cumbersome to me may be ok to you. But, I like a glove liner such as these:

http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/60814?feat=liner-SR1&page=men-s-polartec-liner-gloves&attrValue_0=Black&productId=1025464

And this spring I'm going to try a tip I read about putting a latex glove on first, before the outer glove.

I've heard about the latex glove thing so your hands don't get wet and thanks lol i see you put llbean great store

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^^Their flagship store is 15 minutes from me.

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Ive used football gloves. They were some friends old ones.  Not sticky like some are.  The sticky may have worn off, I really dont know.  But they were a good windblock which is huge.  And they had a good grip.  I lost one so I dont use them.  Denny Brauer (I think it was him) said he uses golf gloves.  I may try golf or batting gloves this year.

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I have a pair from Scott.  They don't make them any more but they are padded/insulated in some areas and thin in others with a Gore Tex liner. There warm and they keep my hands dry.  They are a little big though.

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White River fingerless fleece gloves from Bass Pro. 

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Ive used football gloves. They were some friends old ones.  Not sticky like some are.  The sticky may have worn off, I really dont know.  But they were a good windblock which is huge.  And they had a good grip.  I lost one so I dont use them.  Denny Brauer (I think it was him) said he uses golf gloves.  I may try golf or batting gloves this year.

I may have to try that.

 

My issues with gloves are warm/waterproof ones are too thick and impede contact and gloves that don't impede are not warm or waterproof lol. The golf gloves sound like it might be cool to try.

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I am waiting on a pair of Simms Exstream gloves, with removable index and middle finger. Hoping they can keep me warm as they are rather pricey.

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I use a pair of the fingerless/mitten gloves with the thing that flips over your fingers and just pop my thumb out of the hole and my pointer out from the mitten part and all the rest of my fingers stay warm. And I can still efficiently cast lol

Tight lines

Andrew

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I don't like fingerless gloves my fingers get cold. I buy gloves from 5 below they are thin, don't get in the way and keep my hands warm. Best 5 bucks I spend all winter. If my fingers don't get cold I don't need gloves.

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Ninja ice gloves from amazon, no lie best gloves ever. Light insulated stretch neoprene, breathable for the sweaty handed like me, and nice grippy dipped palms.

I think they're $9. I got turned onto them by a freezer worker, and now all my snowmaking friends have them. Very dexterous and warm but light and great fit. Snip off a tip, good to go.

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I am waiting on a pair of Simms Exstream gloves, with removable index and middle finger. Hoping they can keep me warm as they are rather pricey.

 

I own a pair of those and a pair of the Simms Exstream foldover mitt. Both have been outstanding in terms of warmth, pretty water resistant, and extremely durable. I typically fish with the mitt open to expose my fingers and when my finger tips get cold I just flip the mitt over them and it's almost instant warmth (same type concept and performance from the exstream gloves). Both are pricey, but I have been extremely pleased with both.

 

Other than that you can pick up a pair of cotton/polyester blend work gloves from a hardware store for 4$ for a 3 pack. They work well to provide just enough warmth and I've had no issues with them getting in the way of casting or reeling.

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