Overall: 4.8 / 5 based on 13 reviews
13 of 13 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Good General Uses Hook -
It works well for traditional wet fly patterns and the majority of nymphs
Hooks you can rely on -
By: jswiatek769 from Berlin, CT
Orvis Hooks are strong and sharp. My catch to lost fish ratio has gone up because of these high grade hooks. They perform better than so many brands i have used before. The fish i caught this year are because of the hooks that i used to tie nymphs. Thank You orvis for providing such a superior product.
BEST EVER COMPANY -
By: cooleo from swift river
If you want it or need it order with confidence , you will be pleased with a timely great service!
Good sturdy hook -
By: ChattoogaRiverTroutBum from Easley, SC
Top 1000 Contributor
Good sharp,sturdy hook( My finger can attest to that) Another great product from Orvis.
Nice hooks, packaging! -
By: OneBear3 from California
These are heavy, sturdy hooks, sharp, everything advertised but why the industrial strength package? To get a hook out requires unfolding a flap (that comes with a tuck in slip band) removing two layers of cardboard (labelling and advertising essentially), and trying to get a hook out of the tight clear plastic. It doesn't need to be this difficult. Otherwise, strong hook. Haven't fished with them yet.
Good quality, standard fare -
By: Redbarn from Hollis, ME
Top 500 Contributor
Pretty much your regular old nymph hook. Nothing wrong here other than they should be offers in barbless as well. Oddly Orvis is now describing hooks as 2x Strong as opposed to 2x Heavy which is a change that seems needless. Kind of a solution in search of a problem...
Very good product -
By: Chris195 from Kent, United Kingdom
Top 25 Contributor
I have try'ed other makes of hooks but always come back to these, they are sharp and in my opinion are good for nymphs, I use them for GRHE and PTN
By: softhackleguide from Pittsburg, NH
I find these hooks provide the right proportion to my soft hackled flies. The heavy wire gets the flies down to the right part of the water column in a hurry.