Caddis Emerger Hook

Tying emerger fly patterns demands these light, yet strong hooks.

Details

A short shank and a special curved bend make this light-wire hook perfect for fly tying shrimp imitations, caddis fly pupae, and caddis emergers. 1X fine.
Even hook sizes: 10-22.

Reviews

Overall: 5.0/5 starsShow Rating Distribution 5.0 / 5 based on 17 reviews

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17 of 17 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Go to hook - 2/20/2014
    By: from St Clair shores, michigan

    I fish a lot in spring and summer in northern michigan The emerger hook is on the end of my Tippett most of the time I use it for caddis and mayflies, Klinkhammers and extended bodies I guess it's my go to hook! Thanks orvis

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Forged - 1/16/2014
    By: from Beaufort, SC

    You may be able to find competitors hooks out there for cheaper. All too often I have a No Name Hook in the vise and they aren't straight, then they snap when I bend them back. You never have any faulty hooks from Orvis.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    hooks - 1/2/2014
    By: from michigan

    I have used these hooks before and find them to be the best on the market.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    6/7/2013
    By:
    Top 250 Contributor

    Where I fish has a very hardy and long lasting midge hatch. I tie lots of midges, so I bought a 50 pack in size 20. Great hooks and, because of the wider gap and sharpness, were very easy to hook up with trout. It is a size 20, though, so do not expect to hook up with every trout. Still, great hook.

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    Very Sharp, Stick Point - 3/22/2013
    By: from Virginia
    Top 500 Contributor

    I love tying on these hooks. I use these in mostly sizes 16-22 for midges. The point on these are very sharp and I have no problems hooking fish. Put the point on your thumb nail and feel for yourself. The barb pinches down easily and out of several hundred hooks I have not yet had a single point break off. The fly is the single cheapest thing you need in fly fishing and it is one of the most important. Don't cut corners on cheap hooks. Tie with the best and when you hook up with that hog you won't have any regrets.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Caught fish - 8/3/2012
    By: from CO
    Top 1000 Contributor

    Tied a dozen zebra midge with it, tried one the next day and caught 10 more rainbow with it. At the end of the it was sharp enough and back to my fly box. I'm wondering I will have chances to use the rest this year.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Excellent Design - 6/16/2012
    By: from Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan
    Top 10 Contributor

    If you are reading this review, you are a fly tier. And if you tie flies, you care about quality and the finished product. These are high quality hooks - strong and sharp. Great design for nymphs.

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    hooks - 4/24/2012
    By:

    For tying Orvis hooks hold up to the pressure and strain a novice like me put on them. I especially like to use Orvis hooks on the smaller sizes 18 to 24.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Good hooks - 1/30/2012
    By: from Washington, MO

    I bought these primarily for midges. Good hooks - no regrets

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