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    I think I did tell Kade how to do it. How are you and he doing?

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    That's fantastic Dan, thanks for the SBS on this.
    Bruce

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    We are doing good, we've both started going to school. Kade's been lucky and been able to keep hunting/fishing somehow. Ive been so busy that I can barely make a sunday trap shoot each week.

    Ive been getting my mid winter itch to start fishing so I had to wander on back over here and see what was going on. Really had an itching to look into some pike/musky on the fly.
    "A good cast is like a good whiskey- It's smooth and hits the spot" -Anonymous fly fishing guide

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    They are a hoot. Good luck with it.

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    Default Re: Koolaid dying

    Dan, are there any particular flavors of Kool-Aid, or proportion blends, that you use to achieve specific colors?

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    Thanks for the post - that 135 color "chart" looks to be a dangerous thing. (I think I need to get a mad Scientist lab coat.)

    Anyone ever try this after doing something like bleaching peacock herl with Hydrogen peroxide and sunlight?

    (Don't let the kool-aid dry in your hair.... please don't ask.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by random user View Post
    Thanks for the post - that 135 color "chart" looks to be a dangerous thing. (I think I need to get a mad Scientist lab coat.)

    Anyone ever try this after doing something like bleaching peacock herl with Hydrogen peroxide and sunlight?

    (Don't let the kool-aid dry in your hair.... please don't ask.)
    Girls dye their hair with it. Silly kids. I can't think of a reason it would not work as long as you did not destroy the feathers bleaching them first.

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    Never hard problem with h202 in the brown bottle in the drug store. Stuff for bleaching hair is a different story.

    (... and don't call me Rasppppberry - I was young and it was a long time ago, like '83 or so.)

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