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White River Fly Shop Float Doctor Paste Floatant

   

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A dab of our silicone based White River Fly Shop® Float Doctor Paste Floatant is exactly what the doctor ordered to resurrect your dry flies and keep them drifting high. Not affected by heat or cold, the Float Doctor Paste Floatant is effective on any size dry fly. Float Doctor Floatant comes in a squeeze bottle with a snap top. 1/2 oz. bottle.

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Works Perfectly! This works perfectly to keep your dries up on the surface! August 23, 2009
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How should I use this? Could not float a fly with it. Using spinning gear in fast moving creek,very disappointed. Would not keep fly dry! Tried just enough to cover fly, gobbed it on. Let dressing set in for 10-15 min. Gave up!
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you have to put it on your fingers and roll it arounnd to liquify it and then put it on your fly
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fishnbuck, don't be dissapointed, nothing wrong with the floatant. everything else is wrong. Try this; Flyrod with floating line, long tapered leader, tie on your dry fly, cast up into current, let it drift down. dry fly will float perfectly all the way down to you. You will have to apply floatant after you have caught a fish or two. then you dab a small amount on to your forefinger and thumb and rub onto your dry fly. NIX the spinning gear and use bushier dry flys on fast water.
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