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Reviewer: A viewer from College Station, TX US
What can I say, foam is foam, but I have no complaints. I am not sure what qualifies as high quality foam, but I would guess it is something like the Hareline Thin Fly Foam. I use mine both for hoppers as well as small strips to build up small dry fly bodies. I picked up the variety pack and love all the colors.
High Floating Stimulator's Anyone?
Reviewer: A viewer from Spartanburg, SC US
This material creates the best stimulator material because its closed-cells allow for ultimate buoyancy. If you tie this in before you palmer the hackle, you'll be pleasantly surprised at the results. If you use a dropper system, this will be the best point fly you ever cast.
Reviewer: A viewer from Sissonville, WV US
Awesome foam. Floats high and pretty much impossible to sink. Add a little spray adhesive the two sheets that come in the pack stick together and you twice the thickness perfect for grasshopper patterns. So add some.
Reviewer: A viewer from Caldwell, ID US
This is very nice foam and is easy to work with. I use it for many stonefly and hopper patterns and I am completely satisfied with it's performance, both at the vise and on the water. It floats for days with little maintenance, and the fish seem to like as well. What more can you ask for?
Be aware when ordering that Rootbeer is a lighter shade of brown that the Brown foam. I don't know why I assumed Rootbeer would be a darker brown color but I did. Maybe this is common knowledge, but if deciding between those two colors keep that in mind.