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Ultimate Short Shank Dry Fly Hook #18

SKU: 118118
48,00 kr
Availability: In stock
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J:son Ultimate Short Shank Dry Fly Hook. Designed to match J:son dry fly patterns for correct proportions on your flies. Size 18, set of 24 pcs.

- Extra wide gapes, better hooking capacity
- Straight hook eyes for better control
- Oversized hook eyes, easier handling
- Micro barbs, easier unhooking and release
- Perfect tempering. Light bronze finish.

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