He'll tell you why you shouldn't wear felt but loves to rev the engine. in my opinion are misguided. Those that take up fly fishing in or around Estes Park, CO know what a challenge it can be to find the right pair of wading boots. Idaho tried to ban felt-soled wading boots in 2011 because of the sole’s potential to host and transfer invasive species to other watersheds. has helped identify which habitats and locations it is most likely to establish. Meet our Encounter boot. Felt bottom does well in the water but getting out on dry land can cause the fabric to break down quicker. Don't even try to wade with snow on the banks with felt. I have found that the Simms Vibram soles with star cleats and studs is just about as good as felt and studs. These wading boots are a great choice for anglers that spend their time in sandy or gravelly rivers and lakes. Two hours west of Jimmy’s is Silver Creek where anglers must soak their boots in soapy tubs before and after fishing. “Felt was first in popularity,” says Josh Prestin, Redington brand manager. I have rubber soles with studs and you can confidently walk across wet, lichen We're in Bears Ears National Monument to run dirt and float water. Bruce Runion replied on Sat, 06/17/2017 - 11:20 Permalink, I've been using vibrem rubber sole almost 12 years and find if you clean them and use baking soda after bleaching they get their tackiness back plus you don't fall when you hit a muddy bank or wet leaves and grass saving you sprained ankles and broken wrist as wearing felt soles, but as you stated was your boots and even your waders if your going to new water especially. The felt soles also allows an angler quite a good grip while in the water which decreases the possibility of slipping. Because felt dries slower than rubber, your wading boots can hold potentially harmful bacteria or invasive species and can carry them from one … Even if you only use the rubber soles, they have gaps between the sole and the shoe bottom for critters to hide. I wear Korkers (I'm a huge fan) and use the Vibram rubber soles on the hike to the water's edge, and then I change to felt soles or if the wading is particularly difficult, to the Alumatrax soles ... when I'm drifting a river in my WaterStrider or NFO Predator, I wear the studded felt soles but carry the Alumatrax just in case ... when I'm fishing from an inflatable on a lake, I wear the Vibram rubber soles ... Brian Chaney replied on Wed, 06/14/2017 - 14:32 Permalink. Portrayals of felt being the cause of invasive species that lead to conclusions like "Why put that at risk if you can prevent with something as simple as switching the soles of your boot?" The most aggressive policies against Dydimo using methods 1 and 2 have not worked in New Zealand, which has the best monitoring system for invasive spread. It’s rubber. “If you care for your stuff in an appropriate way, you’re not going to have a negative impact on the places you fish.”. If you fish on softer substrates like sand or pebbles rubber lug soles are a better option as well. You may have to register … If the ban is based on science, should it not apply to everyone? Redington Prowler: Felt vs Sticky Rubber Two sets of boots, two testers, same water. In Nevada we have a choice, I have never had any dedicated wading boots. There’s been a lot written about felt vs. rubber for wading boots. Darren replied on Fri, 10/12/2018 - 04:59 Permalink. Eradicating any microscopic organism from a natural environment is virtually impossible, especially in an aquatic environment. Many of these wading boots also give the wearer the option of adding metal studs to the sole to improve traction in fast flowing or slippery rivers. We like boulder hopping small tributaries with Tenkara rods, but neither of us have a rod on this trip. Yes. Dataminer replied on Wed, 06/21/2017 - 12:43 Permalink. Not looking to debate the merits of felt vs rubber with regards to invasives, but try stepping on grass with felt, dry grass is the worst. The Felt vs. Rubber-Sole River Test You can cast a fly with a stick, catch a fish with a chunk of hot dog, and spend weeks wet wading in shorts and a … All of those layers are good places to hide bad stuff. I'm paddling a raft. Vermont reversed its ban in summer 2016. Scratch rubber toe cap, fully lined interior, and durable felt sole, the only thing entry level about this lightweight wading boot is the price. Gabettas sells rubber and felt in his Idaho Falls, Idaho fly shop, but outfitter John Huber of Picabo Angler near Silver Creek doesn’t give customers a choice. I was really shocked. “Take responsibility and clean your gear,” Prestin says. While there is no ban in Colorado, it is still helpful to know which states felt sole waders are not allowed. * Human activities are considered the most likely source of spread of didymo between rivers and catchments.". They are extremely durable and wear-resistant. In tan/olive. Felt ran the river until 2008 because it sticks well in slick conditions like wet rocks covered in moss. The debate centers around felt-soled wading boots vs. rubber, with the detractors of felt claiming that it is responsible for the spread of invasive species across watersheds. Luke Nelson is paddling a board. I take another step. How crazy is that? That’s why the list of states banning felt isn’t getting longer. Better grip on the bottom/bank. They are also the right choice for fly fishing in the winter as their soles perform much better in the snow. Wrong. If you’re new to fly fishing, felt seems counterintuitive compared to rubber-lug soles for traction, but felt soles just grip like nothing else. So the ultimate irony is that a warden can give you a citation for wearing felt boots while wearing felt boots himself. Because of the heavier use, I would expect a faster spread even with rubber soles. Simms Women’s Freestone Felt Sole Wading Boots, Felt Bottom Boots 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 $169.95 $ 169. When you step out of water onto mud or grass, it’s better than felt and snow doesn’t build up on rubber like felt.”. Imported. This allows fisheries as well as other personnel to use felt soled waders and boots. Both versions come with 28 hardened steel cleats that can be screwed into the sole to add extra traction for wading the sketchiest riverbeds. For four straight days while wading the flats off of Deadman's Cay, we'd been... Olympic Peninsula wild steelhead—the luminous, iconic objects of our collective dreams—are nearing the bottom of a decades-long slide into oblivion. As an alternative to felt sole wading boots, rubber sole wading boots have become more popular across the world. C Nieb replied on Sat, 06/17/2017 - 11:30 Permalink. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Ongoing passive and active surveillance will help determine rate and range of spread. Plus tips on how to choose the right pair in our comprehensive buyers guide. Are they also going to ban certain brands? It is like walking on glare ice! Let's talk start talking about the real issue, clean and dry times (vs. felt or rubber)....that will lead to better education among anglers, safer wading for anglers, & push manufacturers to develop new innovations & new materials that help alleviate these issues. Before that, felt was the way to go and time, energy and thought wasn’t put into rubber.”. Best of both worlds if your fishing near, on, or in ice. The inconvenient truth is that rubber soles will delay, but not prevent the spread of invasives in the more heavily used rivers of the USA. As per some tests from anglers, after three months of using, the stitching that holds the felt to the wading Basically, no one will tell you the rubber soles are better than felt. Grip is where angler arguments start, but the backstory on boot bottoms and where that puts anglers today has even more grab. Some are pretty good and on not so slick rivers and in boats they're usually fine. this is just my 2 cents worth. It is a good idea to contact Kirk’s Flyshop about river and weather conditions before you head out on your Estes Park fly fishing trip. With such sole, you will be able to walk with ease on oyster beds. In all the articles I have read, this information seems the most difficult to find. Even the New Zealand Biosecurity Agency says that there is no way to stop Dydimo or eradicate Dydimo: "Can I receive a fine if I spread didymo? The Korkers Redside, like all other Korkers boots, has two sole packages: Rubber and felt Rubber and studded Moreover, these wading boots have cinching laces, so no more untied boots, and a super comfortable midsole and “Protection, that is my biggest mission,” says Sunny Healey, Silver Creek Preserve manager. Rubber bottom shoes with cleats are usually the best option for this type of fishing. Dataminer replied on Thu, 06/22/2017 - 16:29 Permalink, Since no HTML tags are allows, you can search on Google for the source references in my post. I also plan on fishing the Truckee river as well. Theffore New Zealand can serve as a testing laboratory to see if (1) restriction to rubber soled wading boots plus (20 decontamination will work. Despite there being infestations close by in the Rangitata Gorge, these upper sites had tested negative since regular didymo testing began two years ago. What about the guy who is so worried about his boot soles spreading disease, yet he rolls in with a Bigfoot diesel truck blasting black smoke into the boat launch with wannabe fisherman stickers all over his back window? What some anglers have trouble deciding, is whether to go with one of the newer rubber soles or to stick with traditional felt soles. “Our living is dependent on the health of our ecosystem. Felt Bottom vs Sticky Rubber You can purchase the Patagonia Ultralights with either a felt or sticky rubber bottom. All entry-level wading boots are made the same way, right? See: Didymo confirmed in Waimakariri River | MAF Biosecurity New Zealand, ""The find is very disappointing and significant as the Waimakariri is a popular river for many recreational activities in the region.". Dydimo is not an invasive in North American but it is to New Zealand. All around these rubber sole boots tend to work very well in all types of conditions. The Peel Forest and Rangitata gorge community have put a huge effort into preventing didymo from spreading into these areas so far.". (2) The possession of external felt-soled boots or external felt-soled waders on the banks or shores of a stream or lake or in a boat, raft, canoe, or other water vessel is prima facie evidence that the person or persons in whose possession the boots or waders are found were using the boots or waders in the waters of the state. The soles of my boots were pointed skyward! While the rubber soles have come on fast in recent years there is still no competition when it comes to stepping on slimy rocks, or wet leaves hugging the bottom of a river. “ Rubber gained popularity in 2008 to 2010 because of invasive species talk. Banning felt would be considered part of the park’s effort to combat aquatic invasive species. (1) A person may not use external felt-soled boots or external felt-soled waders in the waters of the state. § 4616 is added to read: § 4616. Felt is on my left. Pebbles and a smudge of silt swirl around my wading boots turning the new, white-felt sole into a sponge absorbing green hues and gunk. 95 FREE Shipping Redington Prowler Stick Rubber Wading Boots, Size 13 $149.95 $ 149. One was felt and the other was sticky rubber. It doesn’t grab as well either. A poor draining boot weighs a ton and is not fun to walk with and also poses a danger to an anglers safety, too. They couldn't ban boots, so they chose to target felt because it takes longer than other boot materials to dry (& the US states began to follow this lead). **Section 2. Six other states followed: Alaska, Missouri, Nebraska, Rhode Island, South Dakota and Vermont. See more of her work at www.tightlinemedia.com. Felt bottomed boots are best for rocky or gravel bottomed streams, while Vibram, or quite frankly even just tennis shoes, are generally used for muddy or sandy bottoms. It is an offence to knowingly spread an Unwanted Organism with [b]penalties of up to 5 years imprisonment, and/ or a fine of up to $100,000. It happened in a split second, and I'm sure it was karma jumping in to kick my ass. On the top of my list the following Christmas was a pair of neoprene waders and rubber soled wading boots. New Zealand was the first to ban felt, they did so after lots of research that concluded more invasive species/organisms could possibly be transferred inside of a boot than on a felt sole (their 90+ page research is available online for those who are interested). To counter that, the fishing industry started producing cleats, spikes and screws. If the rubber versus felt debate did anything in the name of water, it raised awareness for properly cleaning your equipment, boots soles and beyond. I wear them even when wet wading. What about brands like Korkers that come with interchangeable soles? Montana's is stalled in committee and Vermont's has passed. Can't speak to using work boots vs wading boots, but I'm going with a hard yes. Didymo found in three more Tasman rivers: Media release 6 May 2010: "Didymo has been found in three more Nelson-Tasman rivers this year but there have been no new finds of the pest algae in Marlborough and Kaikoura waterways.". by Kris Millgate - Monday, Jun 12th, 2017. Cleaning and drying all your gear is the key message that we should be promoting as an industry, not rubber or felt. Research on the environmental variables which control didymo's growth (water depth and flow rate, nutrients, light, invertebrate grazing, etc.) Not cool. Pebbles and a smudge of silt swirl around my wading boots turning the new, white-felt sole into a sponge absorbing green hues and gunk. Dydimo has spread to other areas in every year since it was discovered in 2004 and restrictions were placed in 2005. “And anglers don’t mind at all. We're both fly fishers from Idaho. Lug soles also don’t freeze up like felt. In this wader boots review we give you the best fly fishing boots of the year. At Korkers, we have moved away from leather (due to long dry times), created sole interchangeability (allowing for sole customization & easier drying methods), & developed new quick drying sole materials such as Svelte to help address this topic which have unfortunately been stifled by many states (and banned) since they are not "rubber". I can say this, rubber soles are a travesty looking for a place to happen. A good wading boot is priceless. that is why I have been seeing these part Felt/part rubber soles with carbide steel spikes or studs in magazines and stores. While we work to understand more about the physical, chemical and biological factors which control didymo, our efforts will continue to be focused on reducing the spread from known affected river systems. I’m not usually afflicted with envy or jealousy, at least not when it comes to angling. (3) The provisions of this section do not apply to a state or federal employee or emergency personnel, including fire, law enforcement, and emergency medical technicians, using external felt-soled boots or external felt-soled waders when acting within the scope of duty. Notice the nearly identical language in legislation in Montana and Vermont. Most of you are unaware that in the proposed and passed legislation that I have been able to find, there is an exemption for state and federal employees. Soaking stations for boots are just like sinks for washing your hands to get debris off, but this is for mussels and snails.”. “It took me a while to warm up to it, but now I like rubber better than felt,” says Jimmy Gabettas, Jimmy’s All Seasons Angler owner. Rubber outsoles mean the bottom of the boots or shoes is made of rubber. Instead the state exempts their own people while mandating a change for their population. This is likely because of its widespread distribution and because in a number of countries it is considered a native species. I have been eyeing a hybred sole felt with studs for this river system I fish on. “Better safe than sorry,” Huber says. Felt Wading Boots vs. Rubber Wading Boots Rubber sole wading boots are very durable, yet even with the many different tread patterns can still be slippery in creeks and rivers. No. Didymo will likely continue to spread to unaffected areas within New Zealand. It seems to me that if this is important, those who are routinely in the waters and are more likely to be in different watersheds routinely, should be the first to transition to rubber soles. Why put that at risk if you can prevent with something as simple as switching the soles of your boot?”. I am not convinced either Felt or Rubber is a "silver bullet" for traction in all circumstances. Cabela’s Ultralight wading boots are available in both rubber sole and felt sole versions. I will not go back to felt. 10 V.S.A. Their click-and-pawl reels are among the most sought-after collectibles in the sport, and it’s... With the cold season upon us and COVID cases soaring all over the country, it’s likely we’ll all be spending more time inside our homes over the next few months. I use my felt when wading stony streams and then pop on my rubber soles when I’m walking out on the saltwater tidal flats. / Felt Soles vs. Sticky Rubber Felt Soles vs. Sticky Rubber November 25, 2009 By Ian Earlier this season I ordered two pairs of wading boots from Patagonia. The rest of the bans are still in effect with Yellowstone National Park considering a jump on the ban bandwagon in 2018. "NEW SECTION. The wet felts pick up snow like platform shoes and the first step into water will give you a very cold fall. “Especially Vibram rubber soles. The argument is that since felt absorbs water, it can Anonymous replied on Sat, 06/17/2017 - 12:48 Permalink. Both options have their advantages as well as some downfalls. Best of both worlds if your fishing near, on, or in ice. Over the years the technology has improved, and wading boots have transformed. ", "Sec. Rubber Sole Not Felt - The wading boot should have a rubber sole, not a felt sole. Unfortunately, felt sole wading boots are banned in certain states. The more traditional choice for anglers has always been the felt sole wading boot. [/b] We know of no systematic attempts to eradicate invasive blooms of didymo. Conditions will dictate the type of wading boot you should bring with you. As well as, you will feel comfortable to walk The sole on my other foot is designed dark so it doesn’t change color. After extensive field testing of each style, I For reasons why anglers should now avoid felt soled wading boots, read this section below. If it can't work there, what is is the likelyhood it can work here? “We wouldn’t want to ban a boot style if there wasn’t an alternative, but now there are alternatives,” says Todd Koel, Yellowstone National Park native fish conservation program leader. I am all for protecting our fisheries & taking protective measures to reduce the chances of damaging the environment, but also believe that if anglers are educated & truly understand our issues (cause & effect), we will be better off & will see new breakthroughs in technology & equipment that will allow anglers to wade safely & have a minimal impact on the environment. The sole on my other foot is designed dark so it doesn’t change color. Rubber Sole Wading Boots As an alternative to felt sole wading boots, rubber sole wading boots have become more popular across the world. Felt wading boots offer very good slip resistance but due to the 2008 threat of felt sole wading boots transferring invasive species into different waterways, some states no longer allow felt sole wading boots to be used. Unfortunately, Didymo continues to spread in New Zealand. 1. I fish mostly small It doesn’t grab as well either. Drains Well - The wading boot must drain well. The invasive argument goes further soles and anglers, and the states they fish in, are realizing that. We review and compare the 5 best wading boots, both felt and rubber soled for the best grip in slippery conditions. Redington Prowler Felt Wading Boots, Size 13 $149.95 $ 149. Rubber Soles (including Vibram) may work on Silver Creek or on other small freestone rivers, but I can tell you from firsthand experience both from my own wading/testing and from other manufacturers reporting wading injuries to me in confidence that it isn't a safe choice on many of the North American river systems (Deschutes, Umpqua, Bulkley, Salmon River are a few that quickly come to mind). Spring runoff hasn’t muddied all of the water yet so I can clearly see where I’m placing my foot in the freestone river. Outdoor journalist Kris Millgate is based in Idaho Falls, Idaho. The creek already has invasive New Zealand mud snails in it, but they’re not spreading. Boot baths may help with containment. The felt soles have the possibility of picking up parasites, invasive species, bacteria, and organisms that can be transferred to different bodies of water. Rubber is on my right foot. He stopped selling felt soles in 2014. New Zealand has the most rigid laws (The fine for spreading Dydimo is 5 years in Prison and/or a $100,000.00 fine) to prevent dydimo spread and yet it continues to spread. Now time, energy, thought and money are put into rubber, but its biggest drawback is still lack of grip. Rubber started sticking, and selling, better. “That’s why, as a part of bolstering our overall aquatic invasive species prevention in Yellowstone, the park will probably be going to a ban on felt soles in 2018.”. It was the standard by which all anglers stayed afloat, then invasive species invaded waterways and rubber started sliding into rivers. ", These are FAQs related to Didymo by the NZ government agency MAF Biosecurity New Zealand. Good points. In terms of sheer traction, you cannot beat felt wading boots. Anonymous replied on Sat, 06/17/2017 - 13:34 Permalink. This actually happened to me recently. This find has disappointed Department of Conservation (DOC), Fish and Game and the local community. Many wading boots — like the Redington PROWLER-PRO Wading Boots — come in felt or rubber-soled versions. No hyperbole. Felt has always been one of the best soles for wading boots. Carson and South Carson rivers. However, today's rubber sole wading boots are known to feature metallic studs or screwing ability in studs for additional grip on the slim Felt vs. Sticky rubber/studded wading boots If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Hatch Magazine reported on a section of the Yellowstone River in Montana that closed last summer after a whitefish die-off due to Proliferative Kidney Disease (PKD). Because felt grips and rubber slips, the theory is rubber grabs less invasives, but angler stability is compromised.
Men's sizes: 5-14. Waders have gravel guards. Wading boots with rubber sole might not work as good as felt ones in maximum streams. Fred replied on Sat, 06/17/2017 - 14:31 Permalink. Do not fill this form out if you're a solicitor. Many felt wading boots come with cleats (some are just philips-head screws) that can be inserted into the felt sole. Soles attach to boots. The rubber versions tend to offer better grip on dry and rough ground while felt is better on slick wet rocks. Aside from style, anglers have the most difficult time deciding whether to go for the rugged rubber sole or stick to the more traditional felt sole boot. I live in Missouri and when they banned rubber soles lots of people complained but don't here it quite as much now, just figured DOC need enough testing before mandating, R Weiss replied on Sat, 06/17/2017 - 11:43 Permalink. A better option as well as other personnel to use felt soled waders and boots, at least not it... 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