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Default Re: How do you keep dry flies, well, dry?

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Originally Posted by busbus View Post
Thanks, this is exactly what was happening to me. Now it is verified. I need to tie one on after a while...er, I mean tie another dry fly on after a while.
Before you cut off the old fly and tie on a new one, try a rubber band. It's easier to show you than try to explain, take a look here -

Tenkara Fly Fishing: Rubber Band Fly Restore

I do treat my dries before fishing them as suggested above, but this dries the fly off better than anything I've tried in the past (and it's free).
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