Klinkhammer Hook

The perfect specialty dry fly hooks for suspended or cripple-style emerger fly patterns.

Details

A continuous-bend, straight-eye, 1X fine-wire specialty dry fly hook that's perfect for tying suspended or crippled emergers. The Klinkhammer Hook's oversized design accommodates both the dry-fly half at the front and the sub-surface shuck at the rear. Imported.
Even sizes: 8-20.

Reviews

Overall: 5.0/5 starsShow Rating Distribution 5.0 / 5 based on 6 reviews

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6 of 6 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Runs true to size, sharp, great finish - 3/30/2014
    By: from NE PA
    Top 250 Contributor

    The Klinkhammer is a favorite of mine. It has the three qualities I look for in a fly; easy to tie, durable, and effective. I was using the Partridge hook, this one is better. The Partridge is way oversized. A size 18 Partridge is almost equal to the size 12 Orvis. The Orvis is close to an average size 12. Like all Orvis hooks, it is very sharp, quality is excellent and it has a neat gun metal blue finish - not gaudy or off-putting to the fish. I like this hook!

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Klinkhammer hooks - 3/3/2014
    By: from Abuquerque,NM

    I have been using tmc 2488 and giving them a bend. These are longer shanked and tie much better.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Smooth finish - 2/25/2014
    By: from Chicopee, MA

    Extreemely smooth finish on the entire hook especially the hook eye. No burrs, voids, or rough surfaces on the eye that would cut into the knot resulting in tippet breaks.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Great Emerger Hook - 2/17/2014
    By: from SW Pa.

    Far and away the best emerger hook on the market!!!

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Good hook for euro nymphs too - 1/10/2014
    By: from western Maine

    These hooks are excellent for tying czech and bobesh patterns. They allow plenty of room to add weight without making the nymphs too robust, allowing them to sink readily by moderately leading the flie(s). Only draw back, be careful not to put to much jaw pressure on them while in your vise, they tend to get scored easily and I've broken a few when hung up on the bottom and even decent fish on 3x. Tight lines!!

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    6/22/2013
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    Top 100 Contributor

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