Losing fish because one’s hook is not sharp enough is no way to enjoy fishing… Diamond grit grooves are what sharpen hooks the best, that is why we have two on the MD grit side. We also round the corners on both ends so it doesn’t inadvertently snag or tear pockets, and added a nice bright leash so it’s easy to find.
- Two grooves on the Medium grit side as it is used the most often.
- One groove on the Fine grit side is used for the final pass.
- Rubber grip for comfort and identification.
- Leash to tether to pack, lanyard, or zinger.
- Individually inspected to our Quality Control standards.
- Weight: 0.9 oz
- Unconditional Warranty
Justin Carfagnini –
An essential tool that greatly gets overlooked by many anglers. Hitting rocks and trees will dull out those hooks on your flies. Don’y lose fish to dull hooks, keep ’em sharp!
Pat Walsh –
Always had issues carrying around a bulky sharpeners for tuning up small fly hooks after banging on rocks. This one is small enough to keep in pouch of waders and not even notice it’s on you. I use it from anywhere from size 20 midges to summer bass crankbaits. Great little sharpener
D. Powell –
Small (in a good way) and lightweight. I’ll admit that I don’t use as much as I probably should, but when I need it, it gets the job done very well.