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Posted by SHane
11/13/2018 2:02 PM
What style and or brand gloves do you have and wear while fishing?
Posted by Bomber 175
11/13/2018 2:32 PM
I wear Buff fishing gloves, check them out.
Posted by SHane
11/13/2018 5:50 PM
I looked at those. They seem like summer gloves. Are they warm?
Posted by lafae7
11/13/2018 6:04 PM
I also use summer gloves. It’s just enough to knock the wind off. When it gets extremely cold I have a pair of acutual winter gloves that I cut the fingers off of for more dexterity. All my gloves come from sportsmans warehouse. They have the best selection around. Trust me I looked all over Chattanooga.
Posted by SHane
11/13/2018 6:06 PM
Ok, thanks for the info.
Posted by Bomber 175
11/13/2018 8:11 PM
Yes the Buff gloves are not super warm but there not bulky on you
Posted by Kickerfish
11/14/2018 7:59 AM
I use Simms Guide Windbloc Gloves. They have a foldover mitt that covers your fingers when you need it and you can pin it back when you dont. They are expensive but they are super warm even without the mitt on.
Posted by churly
11/14/2018 8:26 AM
Wool "Glomit" style gloves that allow you to use your finger tips but cover them while running. small handwarmers fit perfect in that "mitten" portion of the gloves.
Posted by Smalliefan2
11/14/2018 12:47 PM
Ordered Glacier Glove medium weight winter glove from TW.. Has a slot for your thumb, and index finger ( spinning reels), but keeps the rest of your finger covered. Tried last weekend during Rusty's tourney. Like them so far, and I get cold fingers with old age.
Posted by 31airborne
11/14/2018 2:12 PM
Serus compression gloves. Keep you warm when wet, no-slip grip.
Posted by rusty50576
11/14/2018 2:19 PM
Gloves??? We don’t need no stinking gloves!!!!
Posted by Hooker
11/14/2018 3:26 PM
Brown jerseys with the fingers cut out and a heavier pair for running
Posted by cmiller
11/14/2018 7:37 PM
Try winter golf gloves. That is what I use. They are tight to make it easy to use bait caster and spinning reel. They are pretty warm as well. Most have a pretty good water resistance to them as well.
Posted by Dgreen
11/14/2018 10:55 PM
Here's a tip for you guys. Get a pair wristbands and put them on. Then tuck a hand warmer underneath it over the arteries in your wrist. This will heat the blood going to your hands and keep them a little warmer.
Posted by Fishheadspin
11/15/2018 9:37 AM
We use underarmour glove liners. pretty much all winter
Posted by silvertalon
11/15/2018 12:23 PM
Fold-over mitten type or a mitten is best. keeping the fingers together- they stay warmer. IMO
Posted by elwestb
11/15/2018 12:27 PM
Mechanic gloves from Ace Hardware, Lowes or Home Depot. Inexpensive, about $10 -$15 and thin. I can't fish with gloves on. I use these when running.
Posted by ChooChooSnakeMan
3/22/2019 10:15 PM
cmiller - 11/14/2018 8:37 AM

Try winter golf gloves. That is what I use. They are tight to make it easy to use bait caster and spinning reel. They are pretty warm as well. Most have a pretty good water resistance to them as well.

I've tried them all, I used to never have trouble with cold hands but the older I get the colder my hands get! I'm going to get some winter golf gloves like cmiller is talking about. I've heard good things about them. I guess the best I've actually tried are the insulated gloomets from Gander Mtn. However if it is really cold like close to freezing in the mornings my hands still get cold in them. When you flip the covers back all the ends of your fingers are exposed and mine get cold. Those gloves do work pretty well once the temp gets into the 40s. I'm going to try the winter golf gloves I think.
Posted by cmiller
3/23/2019 10:21 AM
I’m telling you they work really well. You don’t have to cut the tips off and you can still control what ever kind of real you are using. Bait caster or spinning real. They are well insulated and again have a pretty good water resistance to them. Unless you just put your hand in the water with them on the only part that gets a little wet while fishing is the thumb.
And it takes awhile for it to get wet enough for the thumb to start feeling it.
Posted by bullshot
3/23/2019 10:34 PM
No gloves while fishing (ski gloves when running, work gloves when loading and doing other "chores" around the boat), use a muff while fishing. Stick your hands in between cast, if needed add a hand warmer.
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