||Protective outer layer used to keep the angler dry when in water. Commonly available in hip or chest versions and made of neoprene, nylon, or a breathable-like material.
||A protective waist-high belt worn on the exterior of chest waders to keep them from quickly filling with water if the angler falls in.
||Shoes worn over waders, generally with cleated or felt soles.
||Usually referring to lead weight added to a fly pattern.
||Flies below the surface of water. They imitate a emerging, swimming or drowning insects, small fish, or crustacean.
||The ornamental appliance just above the cork grip.
||A wet fly with a woolly body and hackle. This pattern is typically retrieved with short strips since it imitates small fish and other swimming critters.