View Single Post
  #6 (permalink)  
Old 06-18-2008, 11:34 PM
Fly2Fish's Avatar
Fly2Fish Fly2Fish is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Missouri City (near Houston), Texas
Posts: 1,252
Fly2Fish is a splendid one to beholdFly2Fish is a splendid one to beholdFly2Fish is a splendid one to beholdFly2Fish is a splendid one to beholdFly2Fish is a splendid one to beholdFly2Fish is a splendid one to beholdFly2Fish is a splendid one to beholdFly2Fish is a splendid one to behold
Default Re: Boots with "sticky" rubber soles

Quote:
Originally Posted by kelkay View Post
. . . I am not familiar with disinfectant for shoes. Why would you want to do that? Are there pcb's or something in the water, mercury or what?
No, the issue is not something harmful to humans, it's diseases that are greatly harming trout in (at least) the Rocky Mountain area. There are several of these - Whirling Disease, New Zealand Snails, etc. The issue is how to keep from transmitting these trout diseases from one infected watershed to another uninfected watershed - thus the discussion on what disinfectants work best to kill these disease organisms. Apparently just common things like felt wading boot soles, boats, etc. are enough to transmit these devastating trout diseases from watershed to watershed.
__________________
On the whole, I'd rather be in Wyoming . . .
Fly2:
Reply With Quote