GreenCaddis Fly Tying Hooks Premium fly tying hooks as low as $2.22 per pack plus free shipping!
We are excited to introduce the GreenCaddis brand fly tying hook to complement our line of fly boxes and scissors. GreenCaddis hooks are made from premium hi-carbon steel and go through a chemical sharpening and polishing process that make the points razor sharp. Our hooks also undergo a unique tempering process to add strength and to ensure the hooks remain sharp even after heavy use. To encourage our customers to try out the GreenCaddis hooks we have all hooks listed at 25% off the retail price and free shipping is also applied to ever hook order. Plus, you can save an additional 25% when you purchase five or more packs of hooks. Click Here for More Info
Small Waterproof Fly Box - Slit Foam 5.35" x 3.4" x 1.4" I keep buying more... These fly boxes are a terrific value. Sturdy, lightweight and waterproof at unbeatable prices. I've now replaced every fly box in my vest with Hatches product and given several as gifts to friends and family. The only complaint I have is the thickness of the boxes are a little bulky at almost 1 1... read more
5” Tungsten Tension Scissors Great pair of scissors I have needed scissors of this type for a very long time but because of the prices of name brands I have held back waiting for something a little less pricy. These are high quality and very sharp. To say that I am happy with them is an understatement. ... read more
Waterproof Fly Box - Slit Foam 6.5" x 4" x 1.5" Great box for the price - or even more This was my first purchase of a waterproof box and use of micro-slit foam. I've looked at the other brands and shied away because of the cost. These seem to be functionally equivalent. The boxes are surprisingly light for the high volume they offer.... read more
GC3769 - Wet Fly & Nymph, 2X Heavy, Sproat bend, Bronze Decent find! Though I've yet to fish with them, these hooks seem well worth the money so far. When tying on them you get plenty of time to look them over and test their strength somewhat. They're sharp with well-formed eyes and seem plenty sturdy enough to land most fish I'll likely tag with them.
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