Cortland Pro Float Silicon
3 in stock
Cortland Pro Float Silicon Silicon fly paste to make your fly's or mono water resistant rub between thumb and forefinger apply to fly or leader. Like all Cortland products excellent!
Gehrkes Gink Dry Fly Dressing/Floatant
9 in stock
Gehrkes Gink Dry Fly Dressing/Floatant World renoun as one of the best floatants around, put it on most things they will float. It's a good idea to lather it up between your fingers first before application to say mono etc it just works better that way!
Gehrkes Xink Sinkant
7 in stock
Gehrkes Xink Fly Sinkant World renoun as one of the best around, put it on most things they will sink. It's a good idea to lather it up between your fingers first before application to say mono etc it just works better that way!
Mucilin Quick Sink
5 in stock
Mucilin Quick Sink Add a small drop of water to make into a paste, apply to the supplied pad then apply to line or leader or whatever you need to sink. Been around for years. A simple but effective product.
Mustad Snap hook Sz1 x25
7 in stock
Mustad Snap Hooks Sz1 x25 Saves having to re-tie droppers and allows limitless fly / small lure changes Also helps Give a more life like action to lures and nymphs induces more takes Size 1 is suitable for hook sizes 4 to 8, or mini plugs / spinners for light lure fishing Features 25 per pkt Supplied in neat clip box Bronze finnish
Partridge Tippet Rings
4 in stock
Partridge Tippet Rings These rings are very strong and connect to the end of the leader so you will not have to reduce the length of your leader when your changing the tippet.
Ron Thompson Pin on Zinger with Line Clippers
10 in stock
Ron Thompson Pin on Zinger with line clipper Handy line clippers mounted on a pin on reel zinger for quick and easy use.
4 in stock
Shrimp Pins For keeping Shrimps on whilst Salmon fishing value pks of 25 length 1.5" black coated
Snag Free Weights (Jumping Jacks)
11 in stock
Snag Free Weights (Jumping Jacks) These long slender snag free weights will not snag the same way that normal leads do they tend to pull over the stones or bottom, allowing worming or fishing a moving bait. Just choose the correct weight to suit the speed of river or speed of presentation required. They are sometimes worming sticks.