Add the ultimate eye effect when tying your favorite saltwater fly patterns. Saltwater tiers chose Mirage Eyes above other materials when they want a more lifelike eye. Perfect for tying large baitfish fly patterns like Kelleher's Baitfish. Backside coated with waterproof adhesive. Each package contains 20 eyes.Fly tying eyes in sizes: 3/32", 1/8", 5/32", 3/16", 7/32", 1/4", 5/16", 3/8". Made in USA.
Average Customer Rating:
Rating Snapshot(7 reviews)
6 of 7(86%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Mirage Eyes
Review 1 for Mirage Eyes
Top Of The line,
August 20, 2013
from Jonesboro Il
"I bougght these eyes to use on my bass poppers. They worked even better than I expected. My lures looked like they came to life. Thanks for such a great product at a great price. Thank you Bass'n Bob"
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Review 2 for Mirage Eyes
Great Product !,
April 1, 2012
from Orange ,CT
"I bought the eyes for decievers and bunker flys. The eyes change colors as the light hits them from blue to red looks real even out of the water. Also if you get finger prints on the eyes from epoxy or cement a little nail polish remover will buff them up with out damaging the eyes very durable product its a 5 star for me."
"I ordered these eyes in 3/16" because Orvis did not have the Holographic Decal Eyes of this size in stock. There is no indication of how many eyes come with this item & since the holographic eyes come in 48+ per pack, I assumed a similar amount with the mirage. Be aware they only ship 21 eyes, a rather unigue number as I have never seen a natural one eyed fish."
"Now is the time to tie up some Deceivers and Clousers for the salt here in New England, and these eyes are just exceptional when tying-up those patterns and others! They are so much more lifelike than normal printed stick-ons, and I believe excite the predatory strike response in fish much faster! A must-have for the serious fly tyer!"
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Review 6 for Mirage Eyes
October 7, 2007
from Byfield, MA
"I use these eyes on my Deceiver flies. I find that they stick better with a little bit of 'goop' behind each eye before adding to the fly -- but fly tyers have to do that with every stick on eye that is on the market today."