Brass coloured cone heads drilled ø 2mm so they fit perfectly onto eumer small plastic tube. Designed for tying cone head tube flies.
This may seem like a traditional cone head, not much different from those already available on the market - but they sure are not! These extremely thin tungsten cones have several advantages. They have the traditional advantage of the weight concentrating properties in standard tungsten cones. The difference is they balance better in the water for their size.
They create a perfect balance with SALAR tube hooks, no matter if you prefer double- or treble hooks. The shape of the cone makes it cut the water nicely. And they are so easy to tie with!
|FITS TURBO Cones|| FITS TUNGSTEN Cones
|X-small 2,5 x 6 mm 0,20 gram||X-small 2,5 x 4 mm 0,28 gram|
|Small 3,0 x 8 mm 0,34 gram||Small 3,0 x 4,5 mm 0,41 gram|
|Medium 3,5 x 10 mm 0,55 gram||Medium 3,5 x 5,0 mm 0,61 gram|
|Large 4,5 x 12 mm 0,75 gram||Large 4,5 x 6,0 mm 0,86 gram|
X-small: For use with medium outer tube and x-small and small cones.
|Medium: Allround tube. A tube hook up to size 6 fits this tube very well.|
|Small: Fits with large tube and medium and large cones. Guideline treblehooks size 10 goes straight into the tube!||Large: For larger tubes. Tube hooks up to size 2 is reccomended.|
|Colors: Fl. Orange, Fl.Yellow, Fl. Red, Fl. Chartreuse, Fl.Blue, Black.|
€2.99 EURMost fly fishermen agree that the use of bead head flies originated in Europe in the early 1980′s. Several innovative tyers added beads to the heads of their flies for extra flash and to give their nymphs extra weight to sink them deep in swift currents. These flies were so successful that word of their effectiveness spread like wildfire and within a very short time fly tyers world wide began modifying existing patterns and designing new ones utilizing beads. Bead head flies became popular in the U.S. for many reasons:
€2.00 EURHigh Quality brass beads from the Czech company Hends. 20 beads per pack
From Hends Products of the Czech Republic comes HEAVY BODIES.These are nymph shaped tungsten "weights" - ideal for creating super heavy patterns for fast rivers or when only one fly is allowed and you need to get deep quickly.
The Bodies have a slot on the underside - simply sit the weight on top of your hook shank and either bind down with tying thread or use a drop of superglue ... as you can see from the shape , these look very good on curved shanked hooks.
Size 2.4 weighs 0.28 grams - the corresponding tungsten bead only weighs approx' 0.11 gram.
Size 2.8 weighs 0.36 grams - corresponding tungsten bead - 0.14 gram.
Size 3.2 weighs 0.55 grams - corresponding tungsten bead - 0.22 gram.
Size 3.6 weighs 1 grams - corresponding tungsten bead - 0.29 gram.
Size 2.4 can be used for hook sizes 16 and larger
2.8 can be used for hook sizes 14 and larger
3.2 can be used for hook sizes 14 and larger
3.6 can be used for hook sizes 12 and larger
€2.00 EURIdeal for building weighted underbodies on nymphs and lures
€3.50 EURHigh Quality tungsten beads from the Czech company Hends. 10 beads per pack
€4.00 EURExcellent sonic discs - 20 per pack
€5.00 EURHigh Quality tungsten beads from Lake & River. 20 beads per pack
Fluorescent adhesive lure eyes. Suitable for customize your lures.
Colours: fluo orange, fluo yellow.
Item 538: Small sizes Ø mm 2,0 - 2,5 - 3,0 - 3,5 - 4,0 - 5,0
Item 539: Big sizes Ø mm 7,0 - 9,0 - 12,0.
€3.00 EURExcellent quality 5mm cone heads for use with Tube Tech tubing. Also works with all other tubes. 20 per pack
€10.00 EUR20 beads of 4 sizes in a handy to use shot dispenser
€4.00 EURPerfectly formed. will add a wake effect to any fly 25 per packet
€4.00 EURExtra bright enamel plated brass beads with a tapered hole. 25 beads per packet
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€3.50 EURMost fly fishermen agree that the use of bead head flies originated in Europe in the early 1980′s. Several innovative tyers added beads to the heads of their flies for extra flash and to give their nymphs extra weight to sink them deep in swift currents. These flies were so successful that word of their effectiveness spread like wildfire and within a very short time fly tyers world wide began modifying existing patterns and designing new ones utilizing beads. Bead head flies became popular in the U.S. for many reasons: