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Old 09-04-2011, 10:52 PM
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I use the Mustad 37187 in size 1/0 for Pike flies. There are a lot of fly shops on line that still carry this hook but not in the 1/0 size. I'm starting to think I was the only guy out there using them. Does anyone know where you can still get them in 1/0 I have one in the vice now and that only leaves 4 in the box.
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Hi Dan,
If I recall correctly, that hook style has been discontinued by Mustad. You could get the same hook style in the Daiichi D2720. Daiichi packages the 1/0 size in 15 packs.

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Dang! I was afraid of something like that. Maybe I was the only guy using them. Thanks. I'll look them up.
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Any reason you don't like the 3366?

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Dan...have a look hereBoutique SalmoNature
or here...hameçon mouche special popper bass bug Mustad 37187
got some catalogues at home ...will check...
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Thanks JP. They have really become hard to find.
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Dan I know that Mustad has renumbered a lot of there hooks. You may want to contact them to see if they have a new number or similar hook.
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