Hook Geometry – How to choose a fly hook?
The design of a fly hook incorporates top-quality high-carbon steel, forging for added strength, sharp needle point for easy hook setting, micro-barb (if chosen), and a closed eye. The style of fly will determine your preference of bend, wire weight, and shank length – dry, wet, nymph, or streamer.
Salmon & Steelhead
Coarse & Carp
Looking to buy heritage hooks?
If you are looking for a historic pattern to tie your favourite fly why not visit Sprite Fishing?
They have a selection of discontinued hooks to purchase.
Words and images from Partridge Ambassador Fred KleinPartridge of Redditch Ambassador Fred Klein provides the recipe to a fantastic adaptation of a classic fly. The Grizzly Jay Wet Fly. The Grizzly Jay Wet Fly, tied by Partridge Ambassador Fred Klein. The Grizzly Jay...
In this blog post, Ambassador Allan Liddle shares some of the flies that he will be demoing at the BFFI in the coming weeks. Nymph fly tying patterns are designed to imitate the immature forms of aquatic insects, such as mayflies, caddisflies, and stoneflies, which...
Words and images by Partridge ambassador Scott Biron PRO-Team member Scott Biron provides us with a tutorial for tying the Blood and Guts Streamer Pattern.The Blood and Guts Streamer, developed by Ken Welch, tied by Scott Biron.Fly patterns have a wide variety of...