Tiemco™ TMC 5262 Hooks

   

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This down-eye, 2X-long, perfect-bend Tiemco hook is great for tying nymphs and streamers. 25 per package.

Specifications:
  • 2X heavy
  • Forged
  • Bronze
Tiemco™ TMC 5262 Hooks 5 5 1 1
Outstanding Hooks What else can I say? It's Tiemco. High-quality metal. The barbs mash instead of breaking off which is a good test of quality for this style hook. Sure, Dai-rikis are much cheaper, but only because the materials are cheaper and inferior to Tiemco, Daiichi, etc. September 14, 2012
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It depends on how long you like the body of your buggers to be. I almost always use the 5262 exclusively on un-beaded buggers. I use the 3xl 5263 when I add a bead head or just want a slightly longer body. Some people prefer longer bodies like a 4xl or even a Tiemco 300 6xl. Personally I find those too disproportionate for wooly buggers.
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The 5262 is a 2X Long hook. If your bugger pattern calls for one, this will be just fine.

If your bugger pattern calls for a 3X Long hook, try the 5263, same shape, just longer shank. I keep both on hand for tying a variety of buggers.
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Yes, these will work for woolies.
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