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  A wet sport
  Posted by: bananaboat on Jul-03-13 5:28 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Jul-03-13 5:32 PM EST --

You ultimately will get wet one way or another. If you choose sit-on-top you can get one that rides higher in the water and that will probably spare you most boat wakes. You will get wet from your paddle and most like getting in and out of the boat. You also can get wet when the fish decides to get lively right beside the boat, I have been soaked that way before. If you are heavy like me then you can get soaked by water coming up through the scupper holes. I have actually sticks come through the scupper hole pushing out my plug and sticking me in the back of the leg. When I'm fishing in cold weather I do wear chest waders and that is good because that is another layer of insulation. The best thing to do is plan on getting wet.


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