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One of Loon Outdoors' bestsellers, Aquel Floatant is a silicon-based, temperature-stable gel that won't melt or harden under tough fishing conditions. Dab it on and get your fly out on the water.

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5 5

Last longer!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Always used Gink for years but when I needed to re-up unfortunately BC was out so thought I'd give this Loon a try. Well after tons of hours on the river I find myself using smaller amounts of this stuff and the fly staying up for longer! Make the switch and you'll see the difference!

4 5

perfect for the price

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I'm new to Loon Outdoors products, but their Aquel Floatant has certainly made a good first impression. Firstly it seems up to the tast at hand, you can spend ridiculous amounts of money on floatant but this 5 dollar bottle may be all one needs. Some advice if I may... don't read and follow label directions. Rather than massaging the floatant into the hackles of your fly, a practice that will leave your lures misshapen over time, try instead place a drop on your forefinger and flicking it onto your fly. Would full heartedly endorse this little product.

5 5

Floating Flies All Day

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is the first floatant I picked up and it works great. My flies stay on top of the water making it look more natural to the fish. I would recommend dropping the fly in the water before your first cast to remove the excess floatant. Overall, an awesome product. Highly recommended!

5 5

Favorite floatant

I am a huge fan of this stuff. I've used Gink for a long time and a friend recommended this when I ran out of the Gink. I tried it out and I instantly felt like my fly was floating for a longer amount of time. I usually will start a dried fly with this and after a few fish will start to use frogs fanny. Very good for the terrestrial and bigger stimulater patterns

5 5

My favorite floatant

Really easy to apply, I usually just use the little bit of excess that collects in the top of cap, so it feel like a bottle lasts forever. I like to drop the fly into the water at my feet before the first cast, as the excess from the application can sometimes create a bit of an oily slick on the water, and you don't want that when presenting a fly. I also use it for wool strike indicators.

5 5

Good Floatant

Good quality floatant. Becareful that you might squeeze more than you choose out of the bottle.

5 5

Beginners Best Friend!

Don't start fishing without it! Will keep you sane as you learn to cast the proper way.
Put a small dab on the fly and massage it on, then spread any excess on your tippet!

5 5

Makes a big difference.

This stuff helps keep dry flies floating very well. Need some re-application sometimes but it does the job.

4 5

It floats!

This works pretty well on some of the larger fly's that I have used. It seems to stay on quite well. For small fly's I still prefer a dry floatant.

4 5

Good Floatant

For a silicone floatant, Aquel does the job. It's good for bigger bushy dries and is cool on the environment too. Recommend for those that aren't using CDC in their flies.