I got it - thanks!
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I got it - thanks!
Could you give us a link to the video? I can't visualize wrapping things forward with the technique you mention.
Need a pair of these in medium or large - the waist highs.
I saw this pattern on another forum and have used it a bunch - very effective, and the nice thing is it doesn't have to be neat, the wing can be unstacked and thin and scraggly and still work.
My experience with Korkers was very positive, also.
Not made anymore. Great fit.
But it looks like it works enough for the important stuff, right? Good luck with the therapy.
I've been going to get some of that, Allan, thanks for the reminder.
Good ideas Allan, will try both - I can leave the baggie on it till I tear it, then get another. Thought about the revivex, but hadn't thought of scotch gard.
This came a lot closer to home today when I came in with a wet foot on my irreplaceable waders that are the only ones I have ever had that fit perfectly. So, I wondered, has anybody tried wrapping...
Revivex is what I was thinking of - think I tried it on some old waders and it did "revive" them. Does gore-tex and such just lose it's waterproof capability?
There is a product that I was just thinking of, for breathable waders, to renew the water repellency - maybe that would work on the neoprene, too? And what is the name of that spray?
Glad it wasn't snakes. Glad I keep mine inside the truck. Probably still a good idea to check.
I have some stuff kind of like flashabou, made by Kreinik, that I have meant to use for years, maybe this will get me to use it.
Hickory, the Bighorn is an entirely different place than the San Juan, and I prefer it, but the San Juan is loads of fun, and I think it's easier to fish. The hatches are heavier on the Bighorn, but...
That's an option I've been working on, but not very successfully.
But that doesn't make them easier to pull up over your butt.
But you don't realize that people that sell new materials invent new flies in order to sell the new material - you aren't through yet.
Thanks, will look into Orvis.
Thanks, Brad, that's when I fell in love with elastic - in my 60's.
My Eureka! moment came today, but don't think it will do me any good. As I was putting on my waist high waders, I thought " that's why these are so much more comfortable than my chest waders -...
But can the lawyers handle it?
The wading sandals are great if you don't stick a branch into one of the holes on the sides and rip your foot up - heavy socks might prevent this. If you don't need the traction of the wading shoes,...
Sounds like there won't be any future bookings for the lodge to garnish wages from, but at least you let them know about the details. Glad T&T was so nice about the replacement.
I knew there was going to be a reason for all that material I have bought over the years.