Bug-Bond was the first light cured acrylic to enter the market with a tack-free surface specifically aimed at the fly-tyer. In addition to being tack-free, it is resistant to both yellowing and cracking or shattering. The benefits for the fly-tyer are numerous, and the material is limited only by the tyer’s imagination. As Chris Sandford has shown in his DVD and booklet ‘Mayflies and More’, it gives a great strengthening coat to small trout flies such as ‘The Bullet’ and the ‘Ducking Feadly’. It also gives a resilient surface to tinsel on salmon tubes or protection on large flies for pike and saltwater species. With Bug-Bond there is little or no wastage, it’s easy to apply and very quick to cure.
David Edwards, the owner of the Bug-Bond brand said, “ I am delighted to be at the Glasgow Open Weekend again… I have had so much support from both GAC and the customers at the show that these are the dates in the diary not to be missed. I and a number of tyers on the tying row will be tying with Bug-Bond at the weekend and you should see a variety of flies being tied using the material. I look forward to renewing acquaintances and also meeting new Bug-Bond users.”
Hywel Morgan whilst tying a buzzer on Tight Lines (June 2011) with Keith Arthur, stated that Bug-Bond “…is fabulous, it has revolutionised fly tying.”
Classed by the progressive fly tyer as an essential tying tool, it is the 2012 Winner of Total Flyfisher magazine’s Best Fly Fishing Innovation Award as voted by their readers.
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