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Give the gift of success on the fly to your family and fishing buddies with an Ascent Fly Fishing Gift Certificate.
Done are the days of tossing lead, plutonium, uranium, and other toxic weights on your fishing rigs! Created by a longtime Colorado fishing guide, JP's (Mojo Mud) Tungsten putty is 2x heavier than brass and 1.5x heavier than lead, and applies to your leader, tippet, or fly with a pinch of your fingers. When you are done with the putty, simply strip it from your line and return it to the tin for future use.
This easy to apply weight will allow you to spend more time fishing, and less time trying to remove and adjust your weight with old-school split shot.
Serious anglers need serious tools, not overpriced ones.
We pride ourselves in the production of quality flies and fishing gear, and want our customers to be 100% satisfied with every purchase they make from Ascent Fly Fishing. That's why we are happy to offer a 30 day return policy on all items that are unused, are in brand new condition, and come back with their original tags and packaging. Items that are returned beyond 30 days will be eligible for store credit, which will be issued in the form of a gift certificate. Items returned without their original packaging and tags, or items that have been used are not eligible for return.
This policy applies to all products we sell with the exception of terminal tackle (leaders, tippets, weights, floatants, indicators, etc.), digital downloads, classes, sale items and Biologist Crafted Fly Selections.
A 10% restocking fee will apply.
The Client will be responsible for paying the shipping costs to return the item. Shipping costs are nonrefundable.
Good idea, poor performance
Posted by Practical Fly Fisher on 15th Oct 2019
I bought Mojo Mud hoping it would be less likely to slide down tapered line, like lead split shot tend to do. The environmental benefit of non-toxic weights was equally attractive.
I followed the instructions on the package, molding it on the line and before casting, dropping it in the icy stream for about thirty seconds to harden it up. First off, it was difficult to get the line centered in the middle of the Mud. Most problematic, the stuff came off the line on every cast.
I’ll try any product that claims to solve the problems with lead split-shot. In the meantime, however, I’ve gone back to using lead split shot.