|03-24-2006 06:46 AM|
Thanks Jamie and Jared as well....advice very appreciated....and just thinking....how many times can one ask for assistance and receive it from across the sea? :-) Hope to see you both on the flats and I promise not to ding you with my new creation on my backcast
|03-24-2006 06:23 AM|
Ron, I use some of the colouring my wife uses for cake decoration, go for the ones loaded with E numbers, they provide a really deep colour and you only need the smallest drop. The natural (non-additive) ones are not so good for tinting epoxy.
|03-19-2006 08:11 AM|
Thanks Ken and Bill for your "support" The first time I use this planned creation, you will know......I will be the guy wearing a mask and a trench coat on the flats, instead of waders
And by the way Ken......"It" is going to be small , unlike my regular flies that you say scare away your fish when we are fishing together
|03-19-2006 07:19 AM|
|FishHawk||Ron get a small bottle of model airplane paint at the hobby store. Use only a small drop of the stuff to tint the expoy. I'm with Ken on this, you will be banned. Your not trying a MOE by any chance? FishHawk|
|03-18-2006 07:53 PM|
I hope you realize that you may be banned from certain UDL's if you come up with these off the wall creations.
|03-18-2006 05:13 PM|
What do you guys and or gals use to color tint 5 minute epoxy? If I told you what type of fly I need an expoxy color tint for, I'd be laughed out of the forum.....so, that shall remain a secret unless the thing catches a fish and then I will share.