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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    Quote Originally Posted by flytire View Post
    The particular products Steve uses arenít all that relevant, so donít feel like you have to run out and buy new stuff.

    probably the best tip of the entire article

    Aren't you a bright bulb

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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    I really don't think a person needs to watch a 9 minute video on how to use floatants. Or maybe they do?


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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    Quote Originally Posted by tomfly View Post
    I still feel the best way to treat a dry fly is with Scotchgard.I have been using it for a long time.
    Yikes! You know how toxic that stuff is?

    Quote Originally Posted by GARYB View Post
    I really don't think a person needs to watch a 9 minute video on how to use floatants. Or maybe they do?
    No, they don't. Use your damn shirt, like LU says! Only time you need anything more is during a rainstorm.


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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    Quote Originally Posted by mudbug201 View Post
    Originally Posted by tomfly I still feel the best way to treat a dry fly is with Scotchgard.I have been using it for a long time. Yikes! You know how toxic that stuff is?
    I huff tht stf all thee times wit no ill efx.


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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    Quote Originally Posted by FIN-ITE 34 View Post
    I huff tht stf all thee times wit no ill efx.

    I meant for the fish you boob.

    Scotchguard chemical still found in fish more than a decade after being banned



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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    Quote Originally Posted by GARYB View Post
    I really don't think a person needs to watch a 9 minute video on how to use floatants. Or maybe they do?
    I need a how to video that teaches how to piss w waders on.

    Seriously. I roll em down to my feet, and I still end up pissing all over em.

    Admittedly, I got a short hose.

    Maybe I should squat?


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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    I need a how to video that teaches how to piss w waders on.

    Seriously. I roll em down to my feet, and I still end up pissing all over em.

    Admittedly, I got a short hose.

    Maybe I should squat?
    I carry a short piece of pvc tube to piss through as an extension out away from my waders. Just rinse it off in the water when done and back in your pocket.
    Let's see if anybody buys this one.......


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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    Yea, the old stuff gave you a much better buzzzzzzzzzz


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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    I need a how to video that teaches how to piss w waders on.

    Seriously. I roll em down to my feet, and I still end up pissing all over em.

    Admittedly, I got a short hose.

    Maybe I should squat?
    If only some genius would invent a fishing diaper. Oh wait, you did.

    Seriously that's the answer. Taking all that gear off to piss sucks. Leaving the river sucks. Pissing on your waders sucks. Literally everything about pissing while fishing sucks. The diaper would take care of all of it at once.

    In the meantime, the specific problem you're having is really about the last few drips, which never seem to clear the rolled down front of waders, even if you have an enormous thermometer dick like WDLuver.

    The trick is to jump backwards with both feet right as you finish. With practice it can be done.


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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    I need a how to video that teaches how to piss w waders on.

    Seriously. I roll em down to my feet, and I still end up pissing all over em.

    Admittedly, I got a short hose.


    Maybe I should squat?
    Count your blessings. I have just the opposite problem, I have to watch out for ant hills.

    To look good is to fish good

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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    Quote Originally Posted by GARYB View Post
    I really don't think a person needs to watch a 9 minute video on how to use floatants. Or maybe they do?
    I apologize. Maybe you can post with all the things you don't know about and I'll try find videos that will help you....boob

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    Re: All you ever wanted to know to get you fly to float

    Quote Originally Posted by mudbug201 View Post
    Reminds me of a song

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oDAkmfoAgA

    "Angling is extremely time consuming. That's sort of the whole point." - Thomas McGuane

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