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    Thanks for the info eveyone! Very helpfull tips. I looked around some online and at the store this weekend. Saw some nice ones between 35-50 bucks, just missed the "winter sale" on a really nice one, 20 bucks, all they had left were small and xxL, thats my luck ! Anyways thanks again!
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    "We try to be perfect, but we're only fishermen. We wade out into the water, we don't walk on top of it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Spencer View Post
    Glad I am not the only one who has had this problem. I really need to wear an underneath shirt but that defeats the purpose of the poly blend shirt.
    Ha! Seems it's more prevelant than I first suspected! Yeah, me too..."glad I'm not the only one." Oh and I've used the bandaid trick too!

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    I have never had that problem fishing (I suspect only because I don't get to fish often enough), but have experienced it on numerous occasions while I was in the Marine Corps. The salt from dried sweat makes the problem even worse. One good solution was to wash out the uniform in a plastic trash bag (i.e. put the cammie blouse in the trash bag with some water and swish it around really good, then let the shirt dry out), another option that had some success was a little chapstick on the sore spots.

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolina Boy View Post
    where you gonna be fishing, makes a difference in material choice

    Local Tn lakes, rivers, and Tailwaters, also end of summer in FL Panhandle.
    Mark <::::><


    "We try to be perfect, but we're only fishermen. We wade out into the water, we don't walk on top of it."

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    Maybe some of you more sensitive fellas need to get one of Kramer's BROS I have the Bass Pro World Wide poly shirts and they work pretty good for $20 or less when they're on sale. I got a new long sleeve supplex in the mail this week that I may have to break in on the Holston this weekend.

    Neal

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineman19 View Post
    Maybe some of you more sensitive fellas need to get one of Kramer's BROS I have the Bass Pro World Wide poly shirts and they work pretty good for $20 or less when they're on sale. I got a new long sleeve supplex in the mail this week that I may have to break in on the Holston this weekend.

    Neal

    It's not a "Bro" it's a "Mansierre"

    --Matt

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