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Not sure if this is the right place to put this but I believe I figured out something and it's cost effective.  Saturdays tourney saw over five inches of rain and my gear kept me dry....EXCEPT for running down my arm every time I cast.  For some reason the wrist straps just don't tighten enough.  So I thought about it and from past experience I knew that those cloth wrist bands only work temporarily so I looked for some neoprene type.  Not to lucky...and then on the way home thought ….oh....I can use some of those beer can coulee things.  Just cut off bottom and slide over hands to wrist.....I think it will work well!!!

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I think you need to stop drinking. :P

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1 minute ago, Gundog said:

I think you need to stop drinking. :P

Smiles.....not a big beer drinker....but seems we got a ton of those things from days gone by.  They give em away at tourneys, golf events etc.  Now I have a good use for them I hope.

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And in the winter time you can slip a hand warmer under it to keep hands your hands warm!

Cut it in half, probably don't need the full length of the coolie. 

Sell the idea to the rain suit makers......somebody's gonna make a $1 off it, might as well be you!

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9 hours ago, heavyduty said:

And in the winter time you can slip a hand warmer under it to keep hands your hands warm!

Cut it in half, probably don't need the full length of the coolie. 

Sell the idea to the rain suit makers......somebody's gonna make a $1 off it, might as well be you!

It was raining sooo much Saturday I couldn't put my handwarmer in my pocket so on a whim I put it by my neck between my shirt and sweatshirt.  Oh my gosh....that heat radiating down my neck and shoulders was amazing...amazing.

(this will be continued)

:)

 

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