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Adamsbuilt Dry Fly Desiccant

$6.99


Gehrke's Gink Fly Fishing Floatant


Spray on fly fishing floatants are becoming a quick trend. The great thing about spray on floatants is that they are so easy to use! If your fly is sinking, then just pull the fly in and spray it! It is as simple as that. Today we not only have pre treatment spray on floatants, but also Dry Shake Spray On Floatants! just released Shimazaki Dry Shake Spray, which is Dry Shake Powder in a spray can! Spray On Floatants work best for larger flies. Small flies tend to get easily drenched and not evenly coated. Spray on floatants are great for hopper and large stoneflies! This is the ultimate lazy anglers’ choice!


Spray on fly fishing floatants are becoming a quick trend. The great thing about spray on floatants is that they are so easy to use! If your fly is sinking, then just pull the fly in and spray it! It is as simple as that. Today we not only have pre treatment spray on floatants, but also Dry Shake Spray On Floatants! just released Shimazaki Dry Shake Spray, which is Dry Shake Powder in a spray can! Spray On Floatants work best for larger flies. Small flies tend to get easily drenched and not evenly coated. Spray on floatants are great for hopper and large stoneflies! This is the ultimate lazy anglers’ choice!

Loon Easy Dry Fly Fishing Floatant

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  • Loon Fly Tying Materials,
  • Loon Fly Tying Feathers

How to Apply Fly Fishing Floatant and When to Use It


Spray on fly fishing floatants are becoming a quick trend. The great thing about spray on floatants is that they are so easy to use! If your fly is sinking, then just pull the fly in and spray it! It is as simple as that. Today we not only have pre treatment spray on floatants, but also Dry Shake Spray On Floatants! just released Shimazaki Dry Shake Spray, which is Dry Shake Powder in a spray can! Spray On Floatants work best for larger flies. Small flies tend to get easily drenched and not evenly coated. Spray on floatants are great for hopper and large stoneflies! This is the ultimate lazy anglers’ choice!

So what is the best way to keep your flies dry and riding high? There are many choices in fly fishing floatants these days, and knowing when and how to use them is important to keeping your flies floating high. Floating flies are extremely important when fishing dry flies. If your flies are not floating properly, then they will be rejected by picky fish. I have had many times where I am fishing to a fish with a half sinking fly and thought it was good enough to get the job done…but NOT true! After several attempts, I pull the fly in, dried off the fly and retreat the fly. Next cast, WHAM! The fish eats it. So what fly fishing floatant do you use and when?