There is no way those hooks are sharp enough to catch fish. No fish were ever caught before the mid 90's, so your hooks are non-functional.
Is this really what our sport has come to?
Please take my sarcastic first two sentences for what they are worth- absolutely nothing. Yes hook technology has "increased" over time, and perhaps some hooks are "BETTER" today than some hooks used to be... but by what metrics? Game Fish have not measurably changed in the last few hundred years. How many billions of fish have been caught worldwide prior to your questioned time of 1995? I have many hundreds, if not thousands, of "OLD" fly hooks dating back to the early part of the last century, and yes they look different than the current crop of jewelry-store fly hooks, but they still work perfectly fine most of the time, and the people who designed, made, bought, and tied flies on them when they were new, were just as pleased and proud as the people doing it today. If not more.