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Fish-Skull Senyo's Salmon & Steelhead Articulated Fly Shanks

$6.95

Fish-Skull Senyo's Salmon & Steelhead
Articulated Fly Shanks

Fish-Skull Senyo's Salmon & Steelhead Articulated Fly Shanks are specifically designed for tying intruder-style and other modern steelhead & salmon flies. The most significant features include the loop up eye design, the use of stronger wire, a slightly smaller rear loop and the choice of bright, vibrant shank colors that enable fly tiers to take the color blending of materials to a whole new level. Fish-Skull Senyo's Salmon & Steelhead Articulated Fly Shanks

Features of Fish-Skull Senyo's Salmon & Steelhead Articulated Fly Shanks include:
  • Available in vibrant anodized colors
  • Loop-up eye design
  • 2 sizes (25mm & 40mm lengths)
  • 20 shanks per pack
  • Stainless steel construction for freshwater or saltwater use
We carry Fish-Skull Senyo's Salmon & Steelhead Articulated Fly Shanks in the colors shown below:

BlackBlueCopper-Orange
BlackBlueCopper-Orange

GreenPink
GreenPink


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Less expensive solution to tying articulated flies
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I recently began tying articulated leech patterns for salmon fishing in Alaska.  I have been using two hooks to make the fly and cutting off the curved section of the lead hook after the fly is complete.  This is not only expensive - each fly takes two high quality hooks - but care must be taken in cutting the hook so as not to leave a sharp end that can cut the connection between the two parts of the fly, when the fish fights the hook.

These articulated fly shanks take the place of the lead hook.  Each one is less expensive than the hook it replaces and avoids the problem of leaving a sharp wire after making the cut.  They are high quality material and the different lengths give me the option of varying the size of the flies I am tying.


Pros: Well suited to tying articulated flies, Economical

Cons: none

Best Uses: Tying articulated fly patterns

Would you recommend this product?  Yes

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