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Old 06-11-2011, 08:21 AM
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I use bass pro flats booties. They protect the feet from oyster shells and such, and are inexpensive. You can also use your regular wading shoes, but the salt water is rough on them. Make sure you are familiar with what constitutes a hard bottom and whan doesn't.....nothing link sinking up to your crotch in puff mudd with the tide coming in to get your heartrate up.
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