Guideline has a wide range of different chemical products for fly fishing, both under its own brand and from Tiemco and Airflo. To make the fly float well, it should be impregnated before you start fishing. In short, you take a very small click of floatant on your fingertips and distribute evenly, especially on the fly's hackle and tail rod. For the really small flies, you should use a thinner preparation such as our CDC Oil. To get a fly dry again after fishing for a while, there are a number of ways. The most tangible of which is to use Fario Amadou or TMC Flykerchief II, both of which draw moisture out of the wet fibers in an effective way. Another way is to put the fly in a powder that also absorbs the moisture in the fly, and here there are a number of options from both TMC and Airflo. Add the wet fly, shake for a while and blow off excess powder.
The fly line is among the most important in a fly fisherman's equipment, but also the part that is constantly used and worn. Cleaning and lubricating it at regular intervals increases the service life and means that the rope's surface retains its properties and makes it flow well and run easily through the rings.