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Frog's Fanny Floatant

When the trout are rising, use Angler's Accessories Frog's Fanny Floatant to keep your flies sitting pretty on top of the water. You can even coat your nymphs in this powdered formula to may them look just like emerging insects. 

  • Brush included inside cap
  • Odorless and non-toxic
  • Powdered formula
  • 1oz bottle
  • Item #AGR0038

Material
silica powder
Recommended Use
fly fishing

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>Rating: 4

Must have for dry fly fihing

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

have used this product for years. I also have gink and other floatants that are more gel lke and they work...but this stuff is best when you have a fly that is working and you are using/casting a lot. I put the whole fly in the jar and shake for a second and pull it out....takes moisture out nicely.

>Rating: 5

Keep it up!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Great flotant for CDC's. parachute adams, PMD's, emergers, etc! I really use this on everything except caddis and stoneflies and it works fantastic. Has definitely helped me hook up during some more picky BWO hatches!

>Rating: 4

Best Floatant

For dry floatant application, frog’s fanny is the way to go. The convenient brush attached to the inside of the lid helps you get into the nooks and crannies of you fly.

>Rating: 5

Trust in the dust

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I dress first with liquid or gel floatant and once the fly takes a hit or starts to sink a bit I use this magic stuff. Really work it in with the brush then a little blow and you're ready to ride high again.

>Rating: 5

Great Floatant!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Awesome stuff from Angler's Accessories! Super easy to apply and keeps the fly right where it needs to be. Must have!

>Rating: 5

Dry!

Perfect for delicate dry flies. Keeps them riding high.

>Rating: 5

Great dust

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This product works very well at keeping CDC and other materials afloat. The price is more competitive than other brands and the brush is more effective than shake tubes.

>Rating: 5

DRY fly

This stuff is amazing! Your fly pretty much hovers over the water after you use it.

>Rating: 5

Better than Gink

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I like this stuff better than gink because it's less messy and lasts longer on my fly! I think it also preserves the fly's pattern a little better.

>Rating: 5

Tinker Bell's Secret

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I absolutely LOVE this dust! Perfect for those CDC wings and small dries. If your flies start to sit a little low, bring out Tinker Bells dust that she takes from her Frogs Fanny when he sleeps and ride high and dry and hold on.

>Rating: 5

Best stuff

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This is the best second coating in my opinion. Always start with that fink but after you catch a fish just pat your fly on your shirt and put some frogs fanny on it to get those fish hopping. Make sure to have your back to the wind when you use it though because the wind takes a lot of the floatant of the brush

>Rating: 5

Big fan

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Like other reviewers, I've become a big fan of Frog's fanny. I usually apply a floatant like Aquel or Lochsa and then apply this secondarily as needed. It keeps my flies riding on the surface and brings soggy flies back to life.

>Rating: 5

Best Floatant in the game!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Wouldn't use any other type of floatant. This stuff makes your fly dance!! haha love it

>Rating: 4

A must-have.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This is good stuff. Definitely has a permanent home in the front of my sling pack.

>Rating: 5

Multi Purpose Floatant

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Frogs Fanny is some good stuff, I have used it in the past and have been pleased always. The obvious reason for me to get Frogs fanny is for its application with CDC dry flies. CDC wont hold that silicon based gels that you traditionally use with hackled dry flies, it may in face hinder your ability to fish the dry effectively. This is where the powder comes in handy. What i really like to do is use a small amount of gel floatant on my flies first and then dust it with the powder after. If the fly is a type of emerger with CDC than I will just dust the post or the shuck of the fly to help it float within the film.

>Rating: 5

Best Floatant out there

I wouldn't use any type of floatant other than frogs fanny. I use this with Loon outdoors Loscha floatant

>Rating: 5

A Must Have

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Impossible to fish without this stuff. For anyone trying to fish dries, it must be on you. I use this in conjunction with gel/gink/aquel. It is applied secondly and reapplied as needed. It really brings the life back to the fly and is all you can use on some smaller CDC flies. Highly recommended! Snag some if you don't already have it.

>Rating: 5

Great stuff

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

It's weird getting used to this at first, especially if you're used to the gel floatant. It's a powder that you brush on the fly and voila, it floats! I generally use it on wet flies because I find that gel tends to lock the moisture in. My only issue (if you can even call it that) is that it's a two handed application, one for holding the bottle, the other for holding the brush. Try it out, it's a great product!

>Rating: 5

Powder

Love the white powder.. This stuff is great on CDC patterns and flies that have gotten eaten a few times and aren't staying afloat. I dumped a bottle of it into my dry shake container and I'll throw a wet fly in and shake it around and it'll last me a couple more fish. Love the stuff.

>Rating: 4

Great for already wet flies

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I generally apply some gel on the first go-round, then this after the fly has been fished a bit. Keeps em on top!