Mr. Rittell

Submitted by Stub on 5/21/06 at 11:15 PM. ( )

Hi Bruce, I have been using ez-100 on all of my hides for a while and this spring I tried it on some walleyes I have used a fish tan from Van Dykes and I like the ez tan better on them. do you have any advice for me on this I havent heard of anyone else doing this and was wondering if there might be a reason why?
Thanks Bruce

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I have to admit!

This response submitted by Bruce Rittel on 5/22/06 at 1:17 AM. ( )

I've never explored using EZ-100 on fish. Is there is good possibility it should work - absolutely! EZ-100 is attracted to protein! And fish, like mammel skins contain protein. It's their basic structure.

I'm glad you brought this up however, because even though we may have not initially tested EZ-100 in tanning fishskins - it's a strong possibilty it should work - and do a very job! I appreciate your feedback on its versatility! Thanks.

sturgeon and paddlefish skins

This response submitted by ej on 5/22/06 at 7:56 AM. ( toomuchspam.ccc )

from the mississippi river. eze 100 worked very well for us indeed! pay particular close attn. to the timing however. eze 100 works great for us at 13-14 hours static. 3 3/4 hours stirring.

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