Properly handling fish while practicing catch and release can greatly increase their survival rate. Tonight on In The Loop, Dr. Adipose explains the necessary steps for landing, handling, and releasing a fish to help minimize its mortality rate. It’s easy to get caught up in the moment, but next time you hook a fish, slow down and remember the Doctor's advice.
Handling fish in or over water is one of the simplest ways to decrease the mortality rate while landing and releasing a fish. Feel more confident getting in the water with the Skagit River Boot or the women's Willow River Boot. Light enough to hike into your favorite section of water, but with enough support so you're able to make the trek out. Both boots are available in our sticky rubber or felt soles to meet the needs of any angler.
Willow Wading Boot
Willow River Boots are designed for the woman angler. Sizing, fit, support, and comfort have all been accounted for in a lightweight construction. Boots are stud compatible for more venturesome anglers.
Skagit River Boot
The Skagit Boot is Redington’s mainstay wading boot offering supreme durability, full support, and comfort. Mesh paneling has been added to the body of the shoe for drainage and quick dry times. Boots are stud compatible for rugged conditions.