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Hook anatomy and hook types - Kamasan 800 and 820 hooks



Hooks  B175  34011  Holden  840B  800/820  Emerger  TMC700  Selecting  Broken
By Martin Joergensen

Sometimes I want to tie some really huge flies - huge by my standards at least. Huge would typically be sizes 4 and 2. I used to use the Mustad 34011 in these sizes, but I'm not so pleased with this hook as I used to be.

After that I was looking for a straight eye, long shank hook that would not be too heavy, and Torben at my local tackle shop pointed me to the Kamasan Lure/Nymph/Muddler hook numbered B820. This is not called a long shank hook, but is indeed quite long. It's a very plain straight eye hook and together with its down eye counterpart Trout/Classic Lure extra long B800 forms a very good base for my larger streamer, zonker and muddler patterns.

I use it for the Nutria and color band muddlers, the Full Metal Jacket Nutria Muddler, The Fair Fly and many others.

Hooks   B175   34011   Holden   840B   800/820   Emerger   TMC700   Selecting   Broken


User comments
GFF staff comment
From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted December 7th 2006

Antonio,

We're not a shop. We do not sell hooks, so we cannot help you. You need to inquire by a dealer or online store.

Martin


From: antonio · info·at·4venti.it  Link
Submitted December 7th 2006

Hello,
is possible to have the coast of the hooks Mustad 34011 and the coast of expediction to italy?
Bye
Antonio Semola



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