Wide gape jig hook

The high-quality barbless wide gape jig hook with a sharp and inwardly curved eagle-clawed tip is ideal for threading tungsten heads of various diameters and desig ns. Great for tying modern jig nymphs in the style of French nymphs with a tungsten slotted bead etc.Must have for everyone who likes to tie tungsten nymphs and fish on rivers and streams using nymphing techniques. Design: Black Nickel. Size range: 12 - 18

Traditional wet fly hook

Heavy wet hook made of thick wire suitable for tying a wide range of wet and still water fly patterns from nymphs and wet flies to lures and smaller streamers. Very reliable and strong hook.Design:Black Nickel Size range: 10 - 16

Curved nymph caddis hook:

Suitable mainly for tying classic nymphs, but also still water pupae of midges, and other river and lake nymphs such as cyclops bead nymphs. The tip is slightly bent to the arch, which leads to less frequent catching of the fly to the bottom. Design: Black Nickel. Size range: 10 - 16

Dry fly hook:

Primarily intended for tying most dry flies such as caddis flies, mayflies, beetles and other light dry flies. Lightweight, but still strong enough, thanks to quality wire. In addition, the tip of the hook is bent towards the shank, so it fits perfectly in the fish's mouth - much better than hooks with straight points. Design: Black Nickel. Size range: 12 - 18

Fly Tying Hooks are the most basic fly tying material for making an effective fishing fly, because we tie on the fly hook an individual tying materials, which slowly creates a specific fly pattern. When choosing the right and quality fly hook, we must consider several very important aspects, which include mainly the type of hook and its size, sharpness of the tip, the presence or absence of a barb, the strength of the wire, which is directly related to its total strength and weight it also includes material of wire of the hook, the color. What fly we will actually tie to it and how big and how much fighting fish we want to fight on it without damaging it - bending, breaking - and so the loss of our catch.

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