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Personally I take a few photo's just to remind me of the beauty of the fish. Saying that there are times that one cannot capture it. A case in point, I landed a grayling a few years ago, it was one of the most, no ,it was the most beautiful fish I have ever landed. The camera was not able to capture...
I have a trusted seller of on Ebay duck feathers when the season is on. Last year I asked her if I could get some matched duck wings and offered her $3.00 a pair, she agreed and I have a lot of matched wood duck wings. Now white would be more difficult for her to obtain I would think.
IMO there is such a small amount of wax used it should have no benefit in floating a fly. I dunno. If the waxed thread becomes more hydrophobic and resistant to absorbing water, wouldn't that help the fly float? bb The thread is waxed,yes, but the dubbing surrounds the thread which if it gets satur...
Ed, If I remember correctly Wapsi has two different waxes. I have used both one for touch dubbing and the other for waxing the thread. I still prefer Overton's for most applications.
- Fri Dec 28, 2018 10:05 am
- Forum: The Tying Table
- Topic: Sally Hansen hard as nails
- Replies: 9
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i took a class with Peggy Brenner on Carrie Stevens style flies and she uses Aleene's Fabric Fusion. It has a longer working time and stays flexible. Also it doesn't have a strong odor, thins with water, which has to be done very seldom, and is water proof. Available at Walmart.