Hip boots are good for hiking through wet, brushy areas where you seldom experience a difficult wade; moreover, they are fine for most wetland and beaver pond fishing. The disadvantage is that during a plunge hip boots readily fill with water and severely weigh you down, restricting swimming. Hip boots are a poor choice for difficult and dangerous wading.
Fly Fishing - The Lifetime Sport
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