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January 02, 2014
3 Top Cold-Weather Fishing Gloves
Stay NimbleStay Nimble
Windproof and water-resistant, these gloves fit a number of fishing situations thanks to their fingerless design. Need to tie a knot or tweak a bait, maybe run a bare finger on your line for greater sensitivity? No problem, simply fold the mitt back. Perfect for everything from fishing jerkbaits in winter to hunting chromers on the stream.
Get WetGet Wet
We've tried lots of neoprene gloves over the years and found that sweat build up can lead to cold digits. Not these. Lined with 2mm of fleece, the inside stays warm even when the glove outers are exposed to cold water. Other features include thumb and index finger slits for improved agility.
Wool UpWool Up
They're inexpensive, provide tons of dexterity and keep you warm, even when wet—one of the wonders of wool anything. Sure, you could use any wool cut-off gloves—but these are thin, warm and feature gripped palms. Work great for winter bass fishing, and when we get the chance to fish on the ice, we simply slide 'em into a pair of mitts like these to warm up!
Cross Over   These look like a good bet for anglers, too.
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