Corqs Strike Indicators Review

21 October 2014
Comments: 2
21 October 2014, Comments: 2

neon-corqs-strike-indicatorsCorqs Strike Indicators have become one of the more interesting products we are carrying this fall.  Made out of cork, these indicators are a throwback to the old style cork bobber that many remember from their childhood.  We here at Duranglers were skeptical at first…I mean it’s just another indicator right?  And it is made of cork, how NOT innovative is that?

Well as it turns out, sometimes you have to look back to progress forward.  After some testing, we have found that this simple idea is actually one that we prefer.  Some of us even more so than Thingamabobbers (I am a recent convert to this opinion). Corqs Strike Indicators cast extremely well and are not heavy or cumbersome.  They are sensitive to very light takes yet buoyant enough to hold up heavy nymph rigs.  Corqs can also be purchased in all natural cork that tends to spook fish a whole lot less.  The 1/2″ inch size is also perfect for spooky fish.

CorQs Strike Indicators

Running 1/2″, 5/8″, and 3/4″ for a variety of applications; probably our favorite aspect of Corqs is that this is a local company.  Made right out of Bayfield, Colorado; Corqs were developed for the nymph tactics on our local San Juan River.

We suggest you try these bad boys, you may just love them!

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Andy McKinley
Andy manages Duranglers Flies and Supplies online store and web content. When he is not plugging away in the basement of Duranglers, he can be found in the shop talking weird flies, throwing spey casts for few fish, eating pizza, drinking coffee, painting, and raising a family in Southwest Colorado.

His fly fishing writings have been published on blogs such as the Daily Drake and Simms Wading Room.

2 responses on “Corqs Strike Indicators Review

  1. Ryan McRorie says:

    Thanks for the great review! We appreciate you taking the time to thoroughly test our strike indicators…

  2. Gary says:

    I concur with the review. Best indicator I have had the opportunity to use.

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