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Ahrex 350PR Light Predator



A straight eye streamer hook. Light wire and a large hook gape. Designed for light flies and Deer hair lovers will find this hook very attractive. Super sharp point and small barb. Most classic predator patterns will look beautiful on this hook.

  • Black Nickel Finish
  • Available in size 2/0, 4/0 & 6/0
  • Chemically sharpened with small barb
  • 8 hooks per package



These are the real deal and swim like you wont believe!  Locally tied and perfect in every way. VERY LIMITED SUPPLY

The pinnacle of articulated flies. This Seven section fly is tied on 6/0 and 4/0 Ahrex PR320 Stinger hooks with one 40mm and four 28mm shanks. Paired with a laser dub head and 15mm Living Eyes, this fly really comes to life. 12″ long.

Cohen’s Creatures Attractor Tails


Another great American made product. Cohen went back to the roots of this idea and took inspiration from various soft plastics to create in my opinion one of the best twisting tails for fly tying.
XL…3 to a pack
L, M, S…6 to a pack

Cohen’s Double Flutter Tail


Crayfish claws, frog legs, lizard legs…endless possibilities for these fluttering commotion makers…Small 2.5in, Medium 3in, Large 3.75
6 per package per size.

Gamakatsu Octopus Hooks


Octopus Hooks

Gamakatsu’s most versatile hook, the Gamakatsu Octopus Hook has long been known for its durability and strength. The Octopus hook comes in a wide variety of sizes, colors and finishes, including fluorescent finishes.  A perfect hook for steelhead patterns, tube flies, string leeches and even muskie and pike flies on the large sizes.

KRAKEN 8 Inch with Cohen’s Creature


The 8″ Kraken with a wiggle tail is the little brother to the 12″, with a bite just as bad.  This fly is built on a Ahrex PR320 Stinger 6/0 hook and 7 strand stainless steel nylon coated 60 lb wire for the wiggle tail connection. 10mm living eyes from the Flymen company, premium bucktail, custom mix of flash, coupled with an always deadly “Wiggle tail” will make this one of your favorite spring time flies.