Okay, so I'm gonna put a mud flap on my front fender to protect my BB and shoes from the road grit but what's more annoying is the snow flying forward from the front of the fender and the wind blowing it back into my legs (and most annoyingly down the top of my boots). This is especially problematic with new, dry snow. Brown sugar tends to be heavy enough to drop before I catch up with it.
Before I start drilling holes and making a mess of things, I was wondering if anyone else had a solution they liked.
How crappy of a bike is it, and where is it flying from?
If it's just a winter beater, I'd probably try running some cellophane tape from the front of the fender to the fork tines, making a triangle of cellophane tape.
See if that catches the snow.