Trout Fisherman (UK) - - Advice -

Very much like liq­uid floatants, aerosol sprays tend to be hap­haz­ard in their ap­pli­ca­tion. In many ways then they have a sim­i­lar use, mak­ing them per­fect where a fly needs a com­plete coat­ing. Given this, you might well ques­tion whether to use a spray, or a liq­uid. Sprays are in­valu­able when you’re afloat and the boat is bob­bing around, be­cause try­ing to thread your fly into the nar­row bot­tle neck of a liq­uid floatant can be chal­leng­ing now. Con­versely, if you’re on an ex­posed shore in a rag­ing gale, train­ing a jet of spray onto your fly can seem im­pos­si­ble, mak­ing liq­uids your first choice.

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