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Veniard Strike Indicators

Veniard
(Code: 2557-HP-1-1)
£ 3.87
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4 In Stock
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Veniard' s Strike indicators are aerodynamically shaped shaped like small shuttlecocks to help casting. The strike indicator is made of yarn and attached to a clear tube with a small nylon loop at the bottom for ease of mounting on to your leader. Once attached the indicator is easily moved so you can quickly change depth. The indicator sits high in the water and you have a choice of four different colours to suit the conditions.
The strike indicators come in packs of five, colour choice includes, Fluorescent Orange, Fluorescent Chartreuse, Fluorescent Pink and white.
Customer reviews
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 5/5
2557-Colour: : 2557-Fl. Orange
Have yet to try them but looking forward to the experience.
Hugh C.
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 3/5
2557-Colour: : 2557-Fl. Orange
Too small for Argentina flies.
ROGER B.
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 5/5
2557-Colour: : 2557-Fl Chartreuse
Good quality.
Peter W.
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 5/5
2557-Colour: : 2557-White
Good quality.
Peter W.
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 5/5
2557-Colour: : 2557-Fl. Orange
Good quality.
Peter W.
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 3/5
2557-Colour: : 2557-Fl. Orange
Look well made, but have yet to try them out.
Colin D.
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 5/5
2557-Colour: : 2557-White
Does what it says on the tin.
John V.
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 5/5
Nice indicators
I would say these are readdy more so for your more delicate flies and waters, if its fgast moving or you are fishing heavy nymphs, get the thingamabobbers or whatever its called! Great service from troutcatchers of cousre.
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 4/5
Great indicator
very easy to attach and adjust, but i have found i need to add some floatant to the yarn otherwise they sink even with the smaiiest of nymphs. has anyone else had this problem.
Troutcatcher Reply: Thanks for comments - we have found them fine for small flys when the indicator is dry, a few false casts, as you would with a dry fly, would normally shake off any water. However a great solution, as you say is to add a bit of gink - it all depends on leader, fly, conditions - sensit.
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