For many styles of fishing, it is very useful if you can wade into the water, either while fishing, while feeding boilies in your swim, or even landing a fish. This makes your fishing not only easier but also more effective. With the help of a good pair of waders or a wading suit, you can walk into the water without getting your clothes underneath wet. Many waders are usually chest-high, so you can easily get into the water past your waist. Some swims are not accessible without waders and on some swims it is just more convenient to wear them while fishing. This makes it easier to steer the fish towards your landing net after a take, or to prevent the fish from looking for an obstacle during the fight.
Wading suits are widely available, after all, they are a popular item among anglers. However, you have a lot of choice when you want to buy waders or a wading suit. There are both PVC waders and neoprene waders on the market. You can also choose a wading suit up to hip height or up to chest height. The deeper you want to go into the water, the higher the suit you need. Some waders come with boots attached and for some you have to buy these separately. The sole of a wading shoe or boot is also important. Depending on the surface of the water where you fish, you have to choose the right sole. A felt sole, for example, is designed for fishing on a slippery surface, such as the stones along the coast or in a river. A rubber sole, on the other hand, is suitable for a sandy bottom and provides a lot of grip. Well-known brands that supply wading suits include Spro, Shimano and Fox.
A neoprene wading suit is thicker and warmer, an ideal choice for the colder months of the year. A PVC wading suit is lighter and thinner. These waders are ideal for the period of the year when the water is warmer. Neoprene waders are available in different thicknesses, for example 3, 4 or 5mm. A thicker neoprene wader is more durable and warmer than a thinner version. You can find waders in all shapes and sizes at Fishdeal.co.uk.