Fulling Mill Living Larva Hooks
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31270 Living Larva

York bend, straight eye, 3x long, curved down shank, bronzed.

Featuring a special York bend, makes it an ideal hook for many different types of nymph, larvae and dry fly. This hook is especially good at tying klinkhammer style dry flies and nymph patterns like sedge pupa and stonefly imitations.

With our vast experience spanning almost a century and our expertise in fly dressing, we know a thing or two about hooks.

The advanced hook manufacturing technology, ensuring superior tensile strength and greatly improved penetration, employed by the principle manufacturers of many of our hooks, the Japanese firm Hayabusa, perfectly reflects our requirements.

The Fulling Mill range of fly hooks made for us by Hayabusa has been carefully designed to cover almost all tying eventualities, these are hooks that make great flies and catch a lot of fish! The tiny micro barbs ensure a secure hold without impeding penetration.

Fulling Mill fly hooks are packed in extra strong PVC wallets offering ease of access, storage and safety. Most hooks come in packs of 50
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