Best floatant ever?

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Mike Munro, Jun 25, 2013.

  1. Mike Munro Member

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    Just came across a video for Rust-Oleum's new new NeverWet product. It's a two-part hydrophobic aerosol spray, with some pretty amazing results. Seems like it could be useful for keeping dry flies on the surface (assuming the coating isn't too thick). It might even be good for repairing leaky waders, although there isn't any evidence of its durability.

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  2. Mike Munro Member

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    Just realized that it would be a good way to protect saltwater gear, too.
  3. Eric Denny It's summer time I'm fishing!!

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    Looks like a good idea. How much is it and how long does it last?
  4. The Duke Been around

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    It looks pretty damn cool. My mind is racing with the various uses I will have for this stuff.

    When I was chased by a moose a few years back it would have been nice to have had a pair of Neverwet treated boxers...
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