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If you are using a dry fly intended to simulate a surface water insect, a Floatant of some kind is needed and to give yourself the best chance of catching. Pretreat your dry flies with one of the Floatant products we have here on the John Norris website.... Read more
Dry flies are intended to simulate insects that sit on top of the surface tension of the water. If a dry fly is sinking, it will not look realistic and fish will be able to spot the unnatural fly right away. If your dry fly is not floating on top of the surface tension of the water, fish won't bite. Float your fly properly, and you could be catching all day long.
We also have a choice of Sinkant that will allow your fly to quickly break surface tension and rapidly sink where they can roll along the bottom as naturally dislodged nymphs would - putting your flies where you need them. Our range of fly fishing floatants and sinkants will help you get the most out of your fishing trips.
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