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Old 09-19-2012, 09:30 PM   #1
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Default Trade - For Trade: 3 sets of Cabela's neoprene waders 2 used 1 like new NO LEAKS

Like the title says I have 3 sets of Cabela's Waders for sale or trade.

NO LONGER AVAILABLE: Cabela's Roaring fork waders Retail $89.99
Men's size 7, chest 33-36, inseam 29-31, like new condition
Pictured below (brown with boots)


Cabela's Stockingfoot Waders
Size LARGE chest size 41-45, inseam 31-33, foot size 10-13

Pictured below, these are the lighter brown ones
Well used but NO LEAKS. Seams in the feet have been reinforced with neoprene glue and you can see there was a pin hole leak near the knee that has also been sealed. I just tested these last weekend and NO LEAKS.


All 3 are pictured in the next post. Sorry the pictures are the best, I took them in my garage last night on my phone. I will get better pictures if you want them.

Let me know what you have to trade!

In particular, I'm looking for camlocks, stainless ball valve setup for kettle, 10" or 14" BG14 style burner, ingredients, or???

Thanks

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Old 09-19-2012, 09:32 PM   #2
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Old 09-20-2012, 02:03 PM   #3
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Forgot to add the size to the original description of the stockingfoot waders.

They are Size LARGE chest size 41-45, inseam 31-33, foot size 10-13

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Old 09-23-2012, 05:10 AM   #4
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Anyone want to trade? Or buy?

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I'll trade you a Perlick beer pump for the large waders and or perhaps some flies?

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I'll trade you a Perlick beer pump for the large waders and or perhaps some flies?
EDIT: Just saw your classifieds ad. I'm not sure I'm familiar with the Perlick beer pump. What did you buy it for?

Unfortunately I don't have any fly fishing gear. I'm just a good ol' spinning reel shore fisherman.
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I bought it to move beer from my basement to a tower on the kitchen sink efficiently. I decided it would be best if I just go up an down the stairs to get my beer.

It is a co2 operated pump. It can be used for more than just serving.

I drift flies in the river via a spinning rod for trout, steelhead, and salmon just as you would a worm. It is by far more effective method for nymph type patterns than using a fly rod. If you fish for trout you should give it a try.

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I bought it to move beer from my basement to a tower on the kitchen sink efficiently. I decided it would be best if I just go up an down the stairs to get my beer.

It is a co2 operated pump. It can be used for more than just serving.

I drift flies in the river via a spinning rod for trout, steelhead, and salmon just as you would a worm. It is by far more effective method for nymph type patterns than using a fly rod. If you fish for trout you should give it a try.
Looks like a cool idea but I don't have a need for it. If you want to buy the waders I will sell them for $30+ actual shipping.

Let me know!
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I'd be interested in the smaller sized waders.

I have a big wonderful SQ-14, that I've used twice. But I think shipping it would be a killer.

I have other miscellaneous stuff- 12" false bottom, 10" false bottom, a 5 gallon Igloo cooler with a ballvalve, etc. But the bigger stuff would be expensive to ship, I'd bet. If there is something you'd be interested in, let me know. Otherwise, how much for the waders?

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