Fly Floatant Dips by Loon Outdoors Products and Veniard
The ultimate fly oil long duration effectiveness.
Pre-treat your flies or use on stream
See our powder floatants for use on-stream
A dip floatant with a conscience
We have tried a lot of dip floatants and love what they do to flies. What we don't love is how they smell, how flammable they are, and how inconsistent they are with our priority to make products that are safe for fish and fisheries.
Fly Dip by Loon Outdoors Products Fly Floatant Dip is proof that anglers shouldn't have to choose between a green product and a great product. It is compatible with all flies (including CDC), dries quickly, and can take even soggy flies (now that is quite a claim - Craig) and bring them back to life. It isn't overstating things to say that this floatant is a "game-changer".
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Silicone Mucilin Hourglass Dip
A a tried-and-true dry fly floatant dip that has been around for many years. It is a great way to keep your flies floating high on the water, and it can also be used to pre-treat your indicators.
To use Silicone Mucilin floatant dip, simply put your fly in the top chamber of the bottle of hourglass dip, reattach the lid, and invert the bottle. This will coat the fly in the floatant. You can also use Silicone Mucilin to pre-treat your indicators. Simply dip them in the bottle for 5 minutes, and then let them dry. This will help them stay buoyant in the water.
Silicone Mucilin Fly Floatant Dip is easy to use and it is very effective. It is a great addition to any fly fisherman's arsenal.
Here are some additional details about hourglass dip:
- It is a clear, odorless liquid.
- It is non-toxic and biodegradable.
- It is water-resistant and it will not wash off in the rain.
- It is long-lasting and it will keep your flies floating for hours.
If you are looking for a reliable and effective dry fly floatant, then Mucilin hourglass dip is a great option. It is easy to use and it will help you keep your flies floating high on the water.
Dip flies and indicators in the hourglass bottle, let them dry and they will stay buoyant.
Easy to use simply put in fly into top chamber, reattach lid with fly inside, invert and return.