I've got 2 copies of New England Stripers: A Fishing Anthology, and you can keep the Cabo (I've had a horrible track record with Cabo reels), but anything else works for me!
Striper Fisherman’s Gift Guide
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I don't have enough good things to say after a day of fishing in torrential rain in my new Frogg Toggs Hellbender Wading jacket.
at CT Outfitters put out a special pre-order, and given my satisfaction with their
other products, I jumped on this one. My
boat never leaves the dock without the All Sport Rainsuit stowed away for those unexpected storms, and I liked this so much I have a second
set in Realtree camo. In addition, my ToadRageJacket has
served me well over the past several seasons.
The Hellbender is another product that improves their the Frogg Togg lineup
of great products and affordable prices.
The Hellbender has everything I would expect in a jacket 2-3x the price.
I'm a big guy, and the 2XL was roomy and
flexible for a full day of unencumbered casting. It's got loads of pocket space and D-rings to
attach essentials. The neoprene and Velcro
cuffs keep water out, and after 8 hours of steady rain last Sunday, the interior
of the jacket was bone dry. I could zip
and button up to my chin without chaffing, and the hood was just the right size. The exterior is the tough ToadSkinz while the
interior is the familiar non-woven material from the original rain suits. If you
want a wading jacket that offers a ton of bang for the buck, check this one out! Gary