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Keep your line and fly floating with a can of Thames Mucilin or Slilicone Based Mucilin provided by Angler's Accessories. This paste works as both a line and fly dressing, providing extra flotation and suppleness for your line.

  • Note: Green can contains silicone; red can is silicone-free
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Go to floatant

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Works just as good as it did when I was a kid. Its what grandpa handed me when my fly stopped staying on the surface. Its a little nostalgic and gets the job done. I prefer it over gink and some of the others that I have used.

Coat your Foam

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When I throw big flies such as Hoppers, Cicaidas, and Stoneflies I lube 'em up with the Silicone Mucilin. A little bit goes a long ways and will keep you floating fish after fish. Don't use too much or else you will add too much bulk to your fly.

Great for your line

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

After throwing bugs all afternoon your line can tend to get a little water logged and sink a bit making your dry fly float unnatural. No problem! Throw a little mucilin on your bug, tippet and leader, and about 10ft of your fly line and you are good to go!

Its been around forever... for a reason

    Throw out every floatant that you have and start using this stuff. As a fly fishing guide I can say "Mucie" is bar-none the best out there. Works great for bushy dry flies to small midges. Once you switch, you will never go back to gink, froggs fannie or any other.