Kamasan Hooks

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Stephen Rice, Feb 9, 2005.

  1. Stephen Rice

    Stephen Rice Senior Member

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  2. ceviche

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    I picked up two little boxes of Kamasans, once while I was in Singapore. Those hooks are very nice. Very sharp and very durable. It's just too bad that I haven't been able to find them anymore.
     
  3. Red Shed

    Red Shed "junkyard spey"

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    I sell Kamasan hooks but much to my dismay I've been informed by the US distributor, Cascade Crest Tool that they are dropping the brand. While they don't have as many styles as some of the other hook brands they are nice hooks.
     
  4. Brian Thomas

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    I`ve got a few boxes of the B200`s , which they describe as a Deepwater Nymph Hook . I like them . Very strong , very sharp , small barb . They also make an excellent scud hook . Those are the only two models I`ve tried , but wouldn`t hesitate to buy more .