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Old 11th August 2009, 10:21
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Default Why a low-water hook? Does a high-water exist?

Low water hooks are just lighter in weight. To fish high water you would use a "standard" weight hook which is made from heavier gauge wire, or a tube fly made from copper brass or aluminium depending on the depth you wanted to fish.

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