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    Saw Byron's mention of this flotant in the fishing report. Never used it. Am I missing out on something? What are it's virtues? It is a dry flotant is it not?
    “The world is full of bastards, the number increasing rapidly the further one gets from Missoula, Montana.”
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    Dry floatant, won't scew up your cdc flies, adds a bit of visibility to any fly particuarly at dusk.

    Gerry

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    its like a dry shake that you brush on the fly. I started using it last year, but I only use it as a supplement to gink. (I actually use aquel now, but I still call it gink) I use the gink and if the fly starts losing its buoyancy I'll apply a little frogs fanny. you can also put it on a sinking yarn indicator. this brings up a question that I'll post in a new thread......

    gerry, thanks for the info on using that with cdc. that will come in handy!
    Trevor

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