Fly fishing has to be one of the most rewarding methods of fishing for any species. It is the ability to trick a fish into believing that a jumble of old feathers, fur, man made fibre and a bit of flash is the next tasty meal. Whether it is visually an imitation of what they've been eating courtesy of mother nature or merely a prompt to strike, who knows what the fish thinks.
One of the many materials you will use when tying a fly is an adhesive or a varnish. I don't like using solvent based materials and without any real alternative in the UK I decided to develop an alternative. Over a year down the line and a lot of testing I found the answer I was looking for. The answer is in the shape of a photo-activated acrylic which I've called BUG-BOND™.
David Edwards (December 2009)
"BUG-BOND™ is the Holy Grail. It makes tying and finishing flies so much quicker than normal epoxy or varnish" Toby Merigan of FunkyFlyTying.co.uk