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Old 03-08-2008, 06:32 PM
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Default Re: Pre-applying floatant

Hi Dorian,

I've done both the things that Frank mentioned, "Hydrostop" from Loon Outdoors is very good.
Also have some "Water Shed" sitting on the bench to try, been sitting there about 3 yrs, I suppose I ought to try it eh.

Another thing I was taught years ago by my Mentor was to give all your dry flies a dusting of silicone or Scotch guard when you get all done tying them up.
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