|04-02-2004 04:48 PM|
|peter-s-c||On Page 30 of the Feb issue of Fly Fishing and Fly Tying, there's an interesting article on circle hooks.|
|03-27-2004 07:02 PM|
Tied up a bunch but I've only used them sparingly with nothing to report. I do know of one individual who has had success using them on chinook, but that's it.
|03-26-2004 11:12 PM|
Tried in Erie
I tried this in Erie at 12mile last fall and had bad luck. Lost about 6 fish very quickly. Switched to Standard salmon hooks and hooked a bunch and landed three.
My thought is that circle hooks work best for prey that is really active about taking the fly- tunas, stripers, blues.
Just my 2 schekels-
|03-22-2004 07:08 PM|
|removed_by_request||If memory serves me right, I think Peter has tried them with some success. Hopefully he will respond and end the suspense..|
|03-22-2004 02:19 PM|
fish has to take and turn and go.steelhead dont always do that. some only hold it briefly without a turn. know one person that tried it on agressive summerruns and stopped after a few missed fish.Beau
|03-22-2004 01:37 PM|
Circle hooks for drifted flies
Has anybody tried steelheading using circle hooks for deep-drifted nymphs? The geometry of the take seems like it should work, and it would also reduce foulhooking. Am I missing something, or would this make sense?