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Anyone want a Holdzit 5 compartment Vest Pack ? Well here is what you have to do.
Go to the Holdzit website and find the testimonial and fishing tips links and tips link. Find the tip on how to fix leaky waders then copy and paste it in your reply on this thread. First one to do that wins :grin:
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Take one end of the hose from a vacuum and put it in the exhaust of the vacuum. Now take the other end and put it into the waders. Now close the top of the waders around the hose, blowing the waders up like a balloon. Take a spray bottle with soapy water in it and spray the area of the leak. Bubbles will appear at the leak. Mark the spot, let the area dry, and patch with a sealer.
 

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Finding a leak in waders:
I know some of you don't wear waders... but for us folks that do, a wet foot in cold water is not a fun day on the river. Here's how you find a leak quickly and easily.

Take one end of the hose from a vacuum and put it in the exhaust of the vacuum. Now take the other end and put it into the waders. Now close the top of the waders around the hose, blowing the waders up like a balloon. Take a spray bottle with soapy water in it and spray the area of the leak. Bubbles will appear at the leak. Mark the spot, let the area dry, and patch with a sealer.
 

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Finding a leak in waders:
I know some of you don't wear waders... but for us folks that do, a wet foot in cold water is not a fun day on the river. Here's how you find a leak quickly and easily.

Take one end of the hose from a vacuum and put it in the exhaust of the vacuum. Now take the other end and put it into the waders. Now close the top of the waders around the hose, blowing the waders up like a balloon. Take a spray bottle with soapy water in it and spray the area of the leak. Bubbles will appear at the leak. Mark the spot, let the area dry, and patch with a sealer.
 

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I know some of you don't wear waders... but for us folks that do, a wet foot in cold water is not a fun day on the river. Here's how you find a leak quickly and easily.

Take one end of the hose from a vacuum and put it in the exhaust of the vacuum. Now take the other end and put it into the waders. Now close the top of the waders around the hose, blowing the waders up like a balloon. Take a spray bottle with soapy water in it and spray the area of the leak. Bubbles will appear at the leak. Mark the spot, let the area dry, and patch with a sealer.

Dang! I never see these early enough! This time I just wasn't fast enough! :rolleyes:

[ 04-08-2003, 02:26 PM: Message edited by: Pilar's Mate ]
 

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Finding a leak in waders:
I know some of you don't wear waders... but for us folks that do, a wet foot in cold water is not a fun day on the river. Here's how you find a leak quickly and easily.

Take one end of the hose from a vacuum and put it in the exhaust of the vacuum. Now take the other end and put it into the waders. Now close the top of the waders around the hose, blowing the waders up like a balloon. Take a spray bottle with soapy water in it and spray the area of the leak. Bubbles will appear at the leak. Mark the spot, let the area dry, and patch with a sealer.
 

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Finding a leak in waders:
I know some of you don't wear waders... but for us folks that do, a wet foot in cold water is not a fun day on the river. Here's how you find a leak quickly and easily.

Take one end of the hose from a vacuum and put it in the exhaust of the vacuum. Now take the other end and put it into the waders. Now close the top of the waders around the hose, blowing the waders up like a balloon. Take a spray bottle with soapy water in it and spray the area of the leak. Bubbles will appear at the leak. Mark the spot, let the area dry, and patch with a sealer.
 
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WTG Geek!
You are the winner. Send your address to Jennie and she will send you your prize!
You DSL guys have an unfair advantage :wink:
 
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