My family and friends make me happy, probably taken a little for granted when i was younger, but now i really cherish them all.
Good health of course is a blessing i have at the moment, but I drive for a pharmacy so i see so many people who unfortunately are not so lucky.
I consider myself...
Thanks for the replies lads.
I have tried everything that’s been suggested but it’s impossible to use.
I can only imagine it’s been in the chemical too long, and a bad batch.
Will be preparing my own from now on.
Cheers lads, i have tried water, but will try the hand cream and see how i get on.
Do you think it could be the chemical process making them so thin and brittle, do you lads strip your own with a rubber or your nails?
Hi all, i bought a chemically stripped peacock eye to tie some dry flys.
I can't use the fibres at all, everyone breaks with no tension. I have tried soaking some overnight without any improvement.
Is there a way to make these usable, they do seem very thin and brittle.
Hi all, i need to buy a cheap pair of wading boots.
I always try to take a spare pair when i go on a trip away for a few days.
I was looking at the MK2 Bison boots on line, has anyone used these?
I take a size 10 shoe, what size should i go for?
It says to go one size up, but I've heard they...
Have a look at Bloc sunglasses, i buy mine off Ebay, about £30.
The Hornet ones are good, polarised, and seem to be pretty scratch resistant.
Im rough with sunglasses, and these seem to work well without breaking the bank.
I once had a very expensive pair of prescription sun glasses fall in the...
I got myself a pair of Flexothane trousers recently off Ebay, just over £20.
I do have some Gortex trousers but was finding them a pain to keep clean with all the mud we have around at the moment.
I have been really pleased with the Flexothane, and they fit well not baggy like some others i have...
I stripped back and rebuilt a 7ft Precision rod a few years ago, the blank was in brilliant order and dead straight. I can't recall it having intermediates, which made the job easier.
It was a fast actioned 4/5 weight, which i eventually sold on.
These were some of the better rods made in...