Mustad Signature C49S Hook

Signature C49S Hook

by: Mustad | Item #: HK-043497-0000

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Straight eye, 1X short shank, curved, micro barb, bronzed; Uses: scud, caddis; Sizes 6 - 22. Packs of 25 or 50 hooks.


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solid hook

Reviewer: A viewer from La Crosse, WI US

been using these for years they are solid I would recomend!

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Never Better

Reviewer: A viewer from Little Elm, TX US

I originally used Mustad hooks when I first started this hobby a long time agao. Coming back to it I would not use any other brand. An awesome product and reliable. I have never had a problem or an issue with Mustad. These are really nice for the scuds and wets that need that little bit of a hump to look good.

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Fantastic hooks!

Reviewer: A viewer from WARSAW, NY USA

I ordered the size 22# hooks and I must say I am quite impressed with the strength
of them especially for the small diameter wire. Also very sharp plus the price is unbeatable.

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Sharp but weak

Reviewer: A viewer from Madison, MS US

These are very sharp but the wire is either weak or small. If you get a 15" fish on a 20 or 22 it will likely bend.

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C49 Hook review

Reviewer: A viewer from East Rand, Gauteng ZA

This is my preferred hook for both caddis larvae/pupae & mayfly nymphs.

I wanted one hook style which would cover all my larva/nymph requirements, in all sizes from #6-20 The TMC 200R has too long a shank and way too short a hook point.

The standard wire, but with a short shank with a wide gape means that my #14 is the same length as a #16 straight shank hook, but with stronger wire & a wider gape & a nice long hook point.

I use it is #6-12 for caddis, with the shank unmodified.
I use it is #12-20 for mayflies (with or without bead head), with the shank straightened slightly with a pair of smooth-jaw pliers.

I go through a lot of these hooks and buy them by the hundreds.

You can also use this hook with a straightened shank for dry flies - I like tying parachutes on these. For a Klinkhammer, I just cut off the tail of the parachute, rather than tie a separate fly.

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