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When using dry flies do you use floatant on the fly?

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  • #16
    Most of the time, but just sometimes a sunken dry or one sitting lower in the surface film can be deadly!

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    • #17
      Give me GINK any day!
      When I started fly fishing 40 years ago, we used to put flakes of parafin and lighter fluid into a bottle, and prayed for warm temperatures. When it was under 75 degrees, I had to put the bottle under my armpit to keep it warm.
      I LOVE GINK! You don't have to keep it warm!

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      • #18
        Yes because if you don't the fly will eventually sink. When the floatant wears off I put some more one.

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        • #19
          Put me down in the Gink column.

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          • #20
            Yes, Great stuff!!!

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