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 discusses four classic Trout streamer patterns that have stood the test of time. Mickey Finn Black Nose Dace Black Ghost Grey Ghost A Long Hook...
Words and images from Partridge Ambassador Jamie PikePartridge ambassador Jamie pike shares his tips and tricks for tying durable flies. In this blog we'll discuss how to make your flies last for multiple fish and even multiple seasons!The Blue Charm, tied on a...
Words and images from PRO-Team member Allan Liddle.Allan Liddle provides us with a recipe and insights for the 'Olive Pete', a great loch fly and searching pattern. One for a bigger wave on our lochs for wild fish or perhaps dead of night surface wake lure style...