Floatant whats the best

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Eric Denny, Aug 12, 2013.

  1. Lex Story

    Lex Story Angler, Gastronomist, Artist, Jarhead, Geek

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    This has been making the rounds as of late so my apologies if you are seeing this for the second or third time.

     
  2. Eric Denny

    Eric Denny Summer is over but I'm still fishing!!

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    So any one besides the guy in the video give it a shot? It looked like it was ok bit what is the price difference in the two methods? Because the gink didn't look bad in the test. So if one costed half the price it would be the choice.
     
  3. Lex Story

    Lex Story Angler, Gastronomist, Artist, Jarhead, Geek

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    I've been applying to my fly materials. You can purchase it at Home Depot for about $20. One kit can treat approx 15 sq ft. Works very well from what I've experienced so far. I never need to dry my flies afterward.
     
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    I have no trouble changing flies when one get to where it doesn't float anymore. To me it's a bother but doable.
     
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    I can count to ten, order a beer and cuss a bit, so yes, I am fluent. I like donkey shows and this just popped up.
     
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