Gear review

Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by hunt'ngreen, Jan 17, 2019.

  1. API

    API PAF-CA Flyway Moderator

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    Well put. :l
     
  2. Russnutt209

    Russnutt209 Senior Refuge Member

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    Sitka cold weather hoody is probably the best fleece sweater I have ever worn and it has a built in face mask! The new higdon pulsators are awesome way more movement. Not a fan of the new black cloud high velocity. Had a bunch not fire this season. Got some nitto ridge grapplers this spring in 285/65/20 have worked amazing in the mud this season. I tore the **** out of my waders early in the season at eden landing and I used this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001BZMGUA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and it has held up great no leaks.
     
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  3. callinfowl

    callinfowl Kalifornia Forum

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    How long did that stuff take to setup using the accelerator Russ?
     
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  4. blackdog58

    blackdog58 Elite Refuge Member

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    Congratulations Steve. Go buy a powerball ticket now. You've got, the only Drake jacket I've ever heard of thats waterproof. Happy for you.
     
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  5. craig wilson

    craig wilson Elite Refuge Member

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    I wear a Drake Eqwader full zip, and it's kept me dry for seasons Very happy with it's preformance
     
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  6. craig wilson

    craig wilson Elite Refuge Member

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    If you hunt with a dog and need a stand I highly recommend the Momarsh dog stand. Heads and tails above any stand I've used
     
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  7. black&blueshoulder

    black&blueshoulder Elite Refuge Member

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    Momarsh final stand and invisiman :tu
    Tanglefree ground blind fits on the stand nicely with bungees btw

    Still loving my Hudson, duck oven and gradient pants

    Montefeltro - flawless all season, can’t go wrong for the 750 out the door I paid
     
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  8. blackdog58

    blackdog58 Elite Refuge Member

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    Well, there is two! Maybe Craig, you need to get into a hard rain....lol
     
  9. Sweatliner

    Sweatliner Elite Refuge Member

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    I know! Thing was less than $50 too. Woo hoo.
     
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  10. carsonsig

    carsonsig Senior Refuge Member

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    Got this Drake jacket for $49. Thought it was just a pullover. I was surprised it was waterproof and breathable. Worn a bunch in pouring rain including yesterday’s typhoon and it kept me dry. Was shocked.

    https://www.presleysoutdoors.com/drake-waterfowl-mst-pullover-2-0/

    1970 some odd 870 I started with got put back into use. Sucker still keeps on ticking.

    I got that on huge sale preseason. I like it. only knock is the pullover vs a zip. but yes... for anything short of a pouring rain... good middle item
     

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