|• Low mortality—If a fish swallows the hook, simply cut the leader.
The hook will then dissolve away without causing any additional harm to
fish. Just replace the hook and continue fishing.
• New options—The pattern size and style aren't dependent on hook
style like conventionally tied flies.
• Versatility—Easily switch your hooks from freshwater styles to
saltwater and back again.
• Endless hook options (primarily short shank)—Single, double and
treble with fine, standard or extra strong wire diameters.
• Catch more fish—When fighting the fish, less hook leverage with
shorter shank hooks result in a higher percentage of fish caught.
• Your tube flies will last longer—During the fight, the fly slides up
the leader and away from sharp teeth.
• Re-use—If the hook breaks or dulls, simply replace it and continue
fishing the same fly.
• Easy adjustments—Incorporate brass tube bodies, cones and
beads to add or adjust sink rates of flies.
|Many people believe that tube flies are difficult to tie
and some people do make it look difficult by tying a
complicated fly. The fact is, tying tubes is quite simple
and Eumer has made it even easier!
|The Contented Angler
Amy & Joe Gablick