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Old 06-15-2013, 12:48 PM
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Default Re: How do you keep dry flies, well, dry?

This is some stuff I have come to appreciate, over the years, to keep my dries, emergers and cripples in or above the surface film:

For CDC patterns...

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Amadou Dryer...

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CDC Flotant

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Primer first...

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...then this

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From Tiemco

This is the best gel flotant I have ever found - it is no longer available...

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this is now offered by the same company - Ragot, in France...as a spray...

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...and this little brush, which your wife or GF probably has, allows one to put Gels exactly where it is needed... on smaller flies...

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I have probably used them all and keep a large stash of Frog's Fanny on hand...


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