White River Fly Shop® Lightning Strike™ Indicator Yarn

   

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3'

Fl. Yellow

3'

Fl. Orange

3'

  • Biodegradble
  • Pre-treated with Watershed™
  • Handy dispenser
White River Fly Shop's biodegradable, yarn Strike Indicator is pretreated with high-floating Watershed™ and comes in a handy dispenser that attaches to your fly vest. Yarn provides a much more subtle presentation than foam ''bobber-type'' indicators. Three-feet per package. Instructions included.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by yarn i use this for the tail on perch poppers. helps keep them floating high. a half piece is all you need. April 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great stuff I switched to this from the stick on dots. I found the dots to be too big and ungainly and wanted something with a little more diversity. The yarn will allow you to use as little or as much as you want to do the job at hand. It's impregnated with some super-floatant/water repellent so it really repels water and stays on top. Much easier to cast than dots, and it just looks better on the water. March 9, 2009
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Like for parachute wings (Klinkhammers, etc.?) It seems like it could be good b/c its inexpensive and treated with a floatant, but what about the biodegradable factor?
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It's touted as being reusable so it can't be all that biodegradable.
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good for tails on poppers. I don't think it would work for wings
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indicators are not as sensitive as the yarn but would be a good option.
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Really depends on your preference. I use just a small piece that fits between my thumb and pointer finger.
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For best results, wet fingers before handling Biostrike. Form a football shape piece on a section of dry leader or line. Stays put best if applied at a leader knot. Helps you follow dry flies as well. Try a series of different colors to help visibility in varying light conditions. Remove at the end of the day and place in container, as it is reusable.
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