Posted on December 12 2007
“When it is bitterly cold and windy, you may find yourself wading deeper to stay warm. I buy my wading boots two sizes larger than I normally wear so that I can wear two pair of expedition-weight socks, a pair of sock liners and still have room to wiggle my toes. It is more important to be able to wiggle your toes than to have additional insulation.” John Berry gives some simple but wise counsel on staying warm and comfortable while fishing one of the best seasons of the year. In the Arkansas Baxter Bulletin.