Wet fly, nymph, jig, and scud hooks

Whether it is a wet fly, nymph, jig or scud hook, they all have one thing in common. They're meant to work below the surface, where most of the feeding takes place. These hooks are, as a rule, heavier and generally smaller and shorter in the shank in order to provide a better frame for nymphs, scuds, or flies making their rise to the surface.

March Brown wet fly tied by Steve Galea, owner of Algonquin Fly Tying Supply. 

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