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  1. Hey everyone, I was just wondering if anyone knew where I could find foam bug body patterns. not for a complete fly but one that I could print out and trace on foam paper. kinda like a foam cutter outline but on paper. Thanks a lot! Ryver Adair "Three-fourths of the Earth's surface is water, and one-fourth is land. It is quite clear that the good Lord intended us to spend triple the amount of time fishing as taking care of the lawn." ~ Chuck Clark
  2. ok, so after another tick today I am definately going to invest in something to spray all over my fishing clothes and keep the little bast*rds off. I use a product for Midges called smidge and so far have found it 100%, well ok 99.9999% effective for flying nasties but for the ticks I have been looking at this, last upto 6 months http://www.salveo.co.uk/nikwax-skitostop-spray-for-fabrics.html?gclid=CPmzxvKBjLgCFcXKtAodwlwA6Q but its sold for tents as opposed to trousers and there does seem to be an issue in the UK with licences for fabric so Nikwax cant sell it for this. But I've also heard TCP is great for keeping you free of ticks. Seems you water it down a little in a spray bottle and squirt away. Anyone here used TCP before? Any recommendations for Permethrin based products.
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