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DANG..........IF YOU HAVE WADERS .......whats the big deal youll just walk out and wash them off.........but sofar, i have been able to hold it. hey when you sport a snub nose you learn to have a large bladder
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You have to really hold it until you can't stand it anymore! When you get that pressure you can clear them with no problem. The only problem comes when you stand in the mud too long you will get stuck. Who says duck hunting isn't the hardest thing to do! Look at what you have to go through just to pee.
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Waders are a lot like a wet suit, so I just do the same thing the surfers do.
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OK...I have been watching this topic for a bit. If you dribble a little on your waders...SO WHAT...because next week you are not complaining you are elbow deep gutting out a deer with blood all over the place. Come on guys..."cowboy up" on this stuff. If you can handle pulling the lungs and heart out of a deer...a few drops of wiz on your waders is nothing. I am not going to touch the "dropping a log" part of this. I don't even want to go there.
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