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Extend the life of your fly.

The Umpqua Shimazaki Dry Shake Original turns that sad-looking soggy fly into one that's ready to slay fish.

  • Desiccant silica powder
  • Use dry shake primer (not included) prior to first use to extend the life of the treatment
  • Remove surplus water before use to avoid wasting powder
  • Place your fly in the powder, shake, and it's ready to go

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5 5

Love this

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Easy to use and wide mouth makes for an easy time drying a drenched fly. Combo this with gink and its good all day

5 5

Pair with Gink

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Jenney has the process covered in a review below. Start with gink and some shake, once it starts sinking apply shake. Repeat as necessary.

Solid tool in the pack. Bottle is big enough to accommodate larger flies like stimulators and salmon flies.

http://www.backcountry.com/anglers-accessories-gehrkes-gink

5 5

Great Floatant.

While fishing dries I do pretty much the same thing every time. I put a liquid floatant on (such as gink) and let it sit for a few seconds. From there, I drop the fly into the shake bottle and give it a good shake. Dust the fly off and go fish! This is the absolute best way to keep dries floating high. From there, if it gets wet / starts sinking, I dab the fly dry on my shirt and drop it back into the dry shake.

This stuff is great. The shake bottle is a lot easier than some competitors with the brush. (Frogs Fanny)

5 5

High and dry

I love using this on my smaller dries that may not sit as high with a liquid floatant. A quick drop in the bottle shake shake shake and your ready to sit high and dry enticing those trout to hit it. Also works great on the larger dries, i will use this first on the big dries for a quick dry and then put some floatant on to ensure the right presentation for the big ones sipping on dry. If you need them to stay dry you can't go wrong with the Shimazaki.