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Reviewer: A viewer from Aspen, CO US
You get what you pay for and nothing more with these cheaply made dry fly hooks. I ordered 100 of them, a good price for the money. But after inspection, several hooks had faulty craftsmanship and defects, some of the hook shanks were badly bent, some of the hook eyes were not fully closed, and several hook points broke in the vice. <i>J. Stockard comment: We have had very few quality problems with our JS hooks but if you receive any bad hooks we will replace them promptly, no quesitons asked.</i>
J. Stockard FF 105 Dry Fly Hook!
Reviewer: A viewer from Allentown, PA US
Today I placed my first order for some hooks. I fellow fisherman gave me some of these hooks to try. They have a nice finish, Gap, eye and point. I have no problem hooking/catching and releasing fish from large native browns to 2-4 inch native brookies. I can tell you about the hooks but sorry I have to keep the location of the native brookies to myself. I guess I can tell you Central Pa. Give the hooks a try I'm sure you'll feel like I do and especially at the price that J. Stockard offers them for.
Reviewer: A viewer from Cincinnati, OH US
I have used J. stockard hooks for just about every type of fly from small nymph to streamers and terrestials. They are just has sharp and hold there points as well as any hook on the market at a fraction of the name brand prices. I have only been purchasing these brand of hooks for a while now