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Fly Hooks

Fly Hooks

Which fly hook for which fly?

Choosing the right hook should be well considered. Only with the right hook type will your fly achieve the desired size and shape. One of the most important differences in your choice of hook is already solved in the first basic idea. Which fly would I like to tie? Should it be a high-floating dry fly, a heavy nymph, or even a pike or tarpon saltwater streamer


Hooks for Dry Fly

Always use a thin-wire hook. This has the advantage that your fly does not unnecessarily increase in weight. All suitable hooks with the symbol "DRY FLY" are indicated in our online shop.

Hooks for Nymphs

The selection may fall on a medium to heavy hook. On the one hand, you have already increased the weight of your nymph and, on the other hand, this binding hook offers you greater stability. In order to decide quickly on the right hook we have provided our nymph hooks with the label "Wet Fly".

Hooks for Streamer

Should be your first thought. Freshwater or saltwater hook !!! Saltwater hooks are in contrast to freshwater hooks made of stainless steel and therefore stainless and extremely stable. Generally for freshwater fishing, however, it is sufficient to use a long-limbed thick-wire tie-hook. The selection should in principle fall on a hook with a slightly larger arc width. Only then can very realistic fish bodies be tied onto the hook limb without hiding the tip of the hook.


Barbed or Barbless Hooks?

In recent years, the barbed hook has almost completely disappeared from all tying tables. Increasingly popular is the hook without barb. These hook types, also called barbless hooks, are already cited in many waters around the world as an edition. Depending on your choice of water, you should already tie your fly patterns without barbs. This prevents troublesome biting of the barb and often damage to the hook.

Advantage of the barb hook is not in the minor injury, but rather in the often shorter time in which the fish can be released from the hook. Beginners often have problems to quickly free the fish too small to put it back gently. In our barbless category you will find all models without barbs.

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