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Question by fisherboy. Uploaded on February 08, 2010
idk if the would be warm enough on the fingers. frostbite might be an issue on the fingertips if they arent warm. i would go with a fingered glove.
I use them in the summer for landing fish and lobstering. But, make sure that you get a pair with the rubber, acrilic stuff on the palms to get a better grip on things.
gloves that cover your fingers is the only way to go
Thats what I wear. If things get colder I have mittens in my coat pockets that fit over my wool fingerless gloves. To lip hook a squirming live minnow I need my bare finger tips and that means fingerless gloves.
Try "glomitts" and get the best of both worlds - gloves and mitts. The tops of these mitts can be undone and flapped over to expose the fingers. I have a camo pair with the fingers underneath that are complete gloves.
I wear them when I think I may have to fight. This is the Wild West. There are better choices for keeping your hands warm.
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