NANFA-- Foot wear

Jason Pawloski (
Sun, 10 Mar 2002 19:13:36 -0800

Hello all,
I usually don't plan far enough a head to keep a special set of shoes or
boots around. I do however always have plastic bags, buckets, nets, fishing
poles, ect in my van. I tend to just go with the flow and if I see something
that looks like fun to catch I'll just walk in after it.
I used to spend a lot of time photographing water snakes and to catch them
I am forced to hot foot it through mud, stumps, streams ect, I am always
either in sandal or hiking boots in the summer months, so far they have never
failed me. I wish I wish I could say the same with waders, hence the reason I
don't use them.
On algae covered rocks I have found the slip on shoes that are sold at wal
mart as Aqua socks, they keep me on my feet when I get bored on the beach and
go wandering up streams and rivers.
Hope that helps, time to get back to designing a stream tank for fun, if
anyone has any links or advice i'd appreciate it.

Sincerely Jason
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