Mare...do you want one that breaks down to many small sections of just one that maybe collapses to 1/2 extended length. I might have one that does the latter.Lost my wading staff and looking for a replacement, at my age I can no longer fish without one. collapsible 3/4". Thanks Mare
That stick is probably like a friend at this point. Lots of on the water memories in something like that.Mare,
How about one of these? I used a Folstaff for 20 years or so, and still have it, works fine, very durable. But of late, I use these,,, I find better in every way on most rivers I fish (except not collapsable- not a problem to me). Quieter, stronger, more friendly, equivalent weight (floats nicely), and easily replaceable. This one has been with me for 3 years or so, I wouldn't consider selling it.
I agree! I purchased a "Sharpes of Alberdeen" wading staff from the Red Shed 2 years ago and its been working great. If you get in a tricky situation its always ready to go. No need to pull it out and assemble. Built solid and has a measuring tape glued along its length which comes in handy for checking water depth or measuring fish.I'm dead set against any wading staff that 'folds up.' Because that's exactly what they can do if you really have to put your body weight into the thing