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    Re: Thoughts on Knee pads

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    I had to laugh because I took a friend out for his first time in the ocean Rockfishing out of Bodega recently which was a little choppy that day. On the way home he suggested that I put pipe insulator to pad the gunwale shelf because his knees hurt bracing himself while reeling in fish in the chop.
    I told him to buy himself "Knee Pad" because my knees didn't hurt.
    There are just so many uses for knee pads like..........never mind I can’t go there.
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    Re: Thoughts on Knee pads

    I had to laugh because I took a friend out for his first time in the ocean Rockfishing out of Bodega recently which was a little choppy that day. On the way home he suggested that I put pipe insulator to pad the gunwale shelf because his knees hurt bracing himself while reeling in fish in the chop.
    I told him to buy himself "Knee Pad" because my knees didn't hurt.
    Last edited by Seon; 04-27-2019 at 05:01 PM.
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    Re: Thoughts on Knee pads

    Depending on the terrain you walk thru to get to where you fish and how rocky the streams you fish are knee pads may be worth looking into. I’ve banged up my knees a few times falling in rocky terrain and shallow rocky streams.
    Heres something that may work for you. Only $40 for knee and shin guards. https://esoterictackle.co.uk/accesso...729930830.html
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    Re: Thoughts on Knee pads

    lets not Open that can of Worms ..I might have trouble stopping . I might even get Banned from Fishsniffer

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    Re: Thoughts on Knee pads

    Stay off of knees!
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    Thoughts on Knee pads

    any thoughts on knee pads along with my waders while wading the streams or am I overdoing it mentally??? Since the river I want to hit is 1000CFS over what i want it to be, I`m bored looking for something to get for next weekend or next . Might be Robbie Dunham time pretty soon if the flows keep raising!

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