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Average Customer Rating: (17 Reviews) Write Review
An expensive bead head
Reviewer: A viewer from Greenville, SC US
If you want to add that bit of extra weight tungsten is an option, but you will pay for it. I tried them and noticed it was a bit more painful to lose a fly or give one away. I prefer to stick with the brass beads and use a tuck cast. If I really need to get the fly down there is always the option of shot.
Reviewer: A viewer from Memphis, TN US
You can't mistake these beads for the traditional brass beads! For fast water, these will get the fly down the fish's level much quicker, and without adding weight to your leader. Even though they are a bit pricier than brass beads, it's nice to have a few in your box for special occasions.
Reviewer: A viewer from BOURGES, 18000 BOURGES FR
Hi purchase this tungsten bead. I found there weight is superior than other (generaly less or more expensive). And, some of mine is magnetic. i think the pourcentage of tungsten in the bead is more./ Excellent !