White River Fly Shop® 3X Long All-Purpose Fly Hook
- Perfect for tying a wide variety of fly patterns
- Medium-heavy wire construction
- Chemically sharpened points
To better serve our fly-tying customers, White River Fly Shop has developed its very own line of high-quality fly hooks. You will find all of the latest and most popular styles in this tyer-friendly lineup. These chemically sharpened, high-carbon steel fly hooks represent the latest in design, materials, and manufacturing processes. White River Fly Hooks are available in several distinct series to meet every tying need. In keeping with our philosophy, these premium grade fly hooks offer outstanding quality at an outstanding price.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TommyS Size 8 3X Long All-Purpose Fly Hook Great hooks. Easy to tie buggers with and looks great. But The package was ripped and the hooks fell out when I got them. March 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Spigs Worth the $$ These hooks are great for tying wooly buggers and other streamer type flies. Well worth the money you pay for them. April 13, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by WooleyBugger Good hook, great price I use these hooks for all my wooley buggers. They work great. Never a problem. Great shape for buggers. September 28, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by thegreatscout These hooks are great!!!!!!! This spring I purchased several packages of these hooks to tie Chernobel ants for a fishing trip to Wyoming. They withstood not only the tuff fighting fish but also the sage brush and willow thicket that surrounds the smaller streams and rivers. I did loose some flies but no hook breakage at all. I will be puechasing more White River Fly Shop hooks for my trip to Vermont next year. Thanks for the quality porduct at a reasonable price. July 23, 2006
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Details:will these hooks work good for big steelhead or will it be too weak i want to fish a size six.
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A:I would still steer you in the direction of a true steelhead/salmon hook because the steelhead/salmon hook is made for the incredibly hard and powerful fight associated with anadromous fish. Part of what makes a steelhead hook hold up so well is the very long folded back eye - it will not pull out or open like on a traditional streamer hook. You know how hard these fish bite (like a hammer), and fight (like a pig).
Try the Gamakatsu T10-6H Salmon/Steelhead hook. Excellent results.
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