FISHPOND WEST BANK WADING BELT
Why just have a belt to secure your waders and support your back? We thought about what other functions a belt might serve and we created a purposeful spot for your net, attachment slots for a Quikshot rod holder, a floating “rail” where you can strap on packs, water bottle holders, wading staffs, and all sorts of river accessories. The game has changed, and you can expect more.
- Made from thermoformed foam for comfort around your waist
- Built in net holster holds mostly any size net handle
- Wader belt ‘rail’ allows you to attach other items to the belt keep the belt while keeping net in place
- Slots for attachment of Quikshot Rod Holder
- Thermoformed foam padding with ballistic fabric accents
- Belt padding: 32”long x 4.5” high
- Webbing maximum length: 63”
5.00/5 Stars out of 11 Reviews
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Byron (California) | December 4th, 2020
I have back issues and wanted a wading belt to help while I’m on the water. I love this belt because not only does it help me back but I love how fishpond added the rail so I can easily have access to my wading staff and other essentials then slide them out of my way when they are not in use. I like this belt and I’m gonna get another one for my buddy as a Christmas gift.
Glen (Missouri) | November 19th, 2020
Because of some neck issues, I wanted to get weight off of my neck and shoulders. I have fished with it twice now and it has worked very well. My short handled net stays well secured in the holster but for additional security there is a small loop by the holster to which you can attach a net retractor for additional security. When I have to carry water, I plan to attach it to the belt as well rather than carry it in my vest which will transfer weight from my shoulders to my hips. The belt appears to be very sturdy and durable.
Nick (New York) | November 11th, 2020
I bought this with the intention of attaching my Fishpond chest pack. It didn’t work super well on top of my wading belt. So I dropped the wading belt, three this on instead, and I’m in business. I keep a pretty short handled net in the loop on back and it works good. No sure how it would be with a long handled net. If you’re tall you’d probably be OK. Either way, good accessory.
MikeInOregon (OR) | November 1st, 2020
I use mine with my Simms waders, and added the Fishpond large water bottle holder and rod holster. It's done exactly what I need it to do - and is comfortable even with a full metal 20 oz water botttle, and holds up my Fishpond emerger net in the back too.
John Burns (Connecticut) | July 14th, 2020
I decided to but this wading belt to have something more substantial than the one provided with the waders. It is comfortable and seems well made. I like that I can have a net close but out of the way. So far, the Fishpond products have not disappointed.
Donnie (OH) | July 7th, 2020
The belt has a nice solid buckle that holds tension and provides good back support. Keeps the net out of the way and even holds the O'Pros 3rd hand rod holder nicely.
Preston (Boston) | April 19th, 2020
It holds the net fine but the flaps on the side get caught on my line a lot.
kathi (wv) | November 5th, 2019
Keeps my net out of the way until I need it.
NORMAN SMITH (WV) | September 24th, 2019
Best wading belt ever....hardly even notice the net is there til I need it
NORMAN SMITH (MINERAL WELLS WV) | September 12th, 2019
This is the 2nd one of these that I have purchased. My girlfriend liked mine so well that I purchased one for her. Keeps your net out of the way until you need it and you don't have it hanging and flopping around while walking. Another great Fishpond product!