I've bought quite a few waders for projects and fishing from that firm, they're a little erratic re communication but they make tough, reliable waders and are good to deal with, I've used them for yonks. Destroyed so many on barbed wire etc. I have a standing free repair with them on the next...
Stock 20 got me £3.57 off an order of £23.79 today, not a bad price for a (silver ) 3 weight pre spooled eco reel and some 15 foot tapered leaders.
The reels are very good vfm, I received a 7 weight model + line a week ago, can't fault it, this model looks a lot better than the older black...
I agree, the same applies to all the floatants I've used. Tissue paper is great for drying flies but it's not much good in rain, amadou in a leather holder is better in that scenario and far more robust generally.
Another day on the dries yesterday, checked the Aquel for slick in some flat water.
There was bit of slick immediately after application but it doesn't last and is nowhere near as apparent as that from Gink.
Get some amadou, on a drift with rising fish in front of you changing flies is too much of a faff. I usually give the fly a rub on my shirt, press it in an amadou patch, give it a quick blow and put some floatant on and watch the fish ignore it.
Having nigh on dislocated my thumb extracting some Gink for the millionth time and losing half the contents in the process I acted on a tip from pati and got round to buying some Aquel.
Less than a month away and kicking off with Wales v New Zealand, the antidote to the end of the trout season.
Amazon have bagged the tournament unfortunately, had hoped to watch it on S4C but it turns out 700,000 shunned Amazon and opted for the commentary in Welsh last year :ROFLMAO: Guess you...
Had another look , googled cinnamon sedge which turns out to be a generic term. Unfortunately the detail offered by my mobile isn't brilliant but going by wing pattern it looks like you're right, either Halesus digitatus or H. radiatus, both of which are known as capererers.
Downloaded it today, had a quick gander, after a couple of dead ends following suggested search terms I had a look for John Gierach and hey presto, eight audio books available for free.
Worth a look, requires a library card - https://www.overdrive.com/apps/libby/