Al’s Fly Line Eyelets: The Quick, Easy Way to Attach a Leader to Your Fly Line Without Knots

Connecting your leader to your fly line using a conventional knot can result in a bulky knot that can scare fish away when it splashes the water,or gets tangled in the rod’s guides at the absolute wrong time. The solution is simple: Al’s Fly Line Eyelets.

This simple no-knot eyelet removes the need to use a connection knot. Al’s Fly Line Eyelets are easy to use and provide a secure hold, making rigging your fly line a simple process for just about anyone. You simply insert the product into the core of your fly line – it only takes a few seconds — and it then provides a tight-holding loop for attaching your leader. It’s secure, and will not affect the presentation of your fly.

Al’s Fly Line Eyelets come in economical 15 packs, in two sizes – Small, for 3, 4, and 5 weight fly lines, and Large, for 6, 7, 8, 9 weight fly lines. Suggested retail price is $4.99 per pack. For more information or to order, visit https://www.alsgoldfish.com/Fly-Line-Eyelets-p/fls.htm. Or visit  https://www.alsgoldfish.com/ for more information on the company’s complete lineup of award-winning lures and accessories.

About Al’s Goldfish Lure Company
The company was launched in 1952 with a single pioneering spoon lure, known as Stuart’s Goldfish, named after founder Al Stuart. The company’s flagship lure was renamed Al’s Goldfish in 1954, and by 1973 the popularity of the Goldfish lure soared to nearly one million lures sold in a year. Along the way, other popular lures, such as the Forty-Niner and Helgy, and hook bonnet lure accessories were added to the company’s list of American-made products. In 2015 the line was expanded to include the Saltwater Goldfish series. In 2022, present owners Jeff and Mandy DeBuigne are celebrating the 70 year anniversary of the Goldfish lure. For more information on Al’s Goldfish Lure Company visit www.alsgoldfish.com.

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