What's your foul-weathergear look like? Is it stained with fish blood, caked with seasalt, ripped at the knees, or mildew-blackened after spendingumpteen seasons wadded up under the console? If so, perhaps it'stime for a change of wardrobe. The choices are limitless. Youcould go for a top-of-the-line bib-and-jacket outfit made of breathableGore-Tex and featuring storm flaps, bellowed cargo pockets, drawstringwaist, fleece-lined handwarmer pockets, reinforced knees and butt,drawstring hood with visor, reflective strips, Velcro cuffs, andbright designer colors. On the other hand, for a few bucks youcould purchase a simple yellow PVC-coated slicker and pull-overpants.If you do a lot of fishing in sloppy conditions you mightopt for the simplicity of a waterproof one-piece outfit, similarto a snowmobile suit. If safety is an issue, you can buy jacketsand even pants that meet Coast Guard PFD requirements. If youfish in warm climates, an extra-long jacket or a simple plasticponcho may suffice.