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3D eyes

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  • Published: Wednesday, 27 August 2014 10:55
  • Written by Matthew G. Hauge
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3D eyes.


3DeyeDuring the process of finding stable supplies of materials for our manufacturer of lures we found that the traditional 3D eyes often used on lures where quite dull. The most realistic 3D eye to be found was a tricolor eye with an oval shaped pupil. Not much to brag about, so we asked our manufacturer of 3D eyes to make a model based on a photo of a real fish eye, print it on holographic foil and create a 3D eye out of this. The result where five colors of 3D eyes where we have got three colors made for us.

These are the most realistic 3D eyes you can find on the market, and a joy for us to present to you. They are used today by hobby fly tiers and Lure builders to larger manufacturers of lures all over the world. We even have shipped eyes to countries such as Japan, Russia, Australia and New Zealand.

We naturally have some of the more traditional 3D eyes in stock as well. The 3D eyes are on sheets, and come in cellophane bags, but can be packed in small plastic boxes with smaller quantities to fit your shops needs. The reason for not packing all our eyes in boxes or bags with smaller quantities is that many of our customers are manufacturers and packing eyes in smaller packs would then be a waste of time and effort.


Picture Color Description Size Sheet
 Tricolor Tricolor  

A traditional 3D eye with a little more advanced color set. A silver eye with an orange ring around a oval, black pupil. This is a common 3D eye for many lures and flies. It can naturally also be used for other hobby projects. We recommend using additional glue, or covering the eye with epoxy or UV resin when tying flies or making lures.

3mm 126 pcs
4mm 112 pcs



98 pcs
10mm 72 pcs
 Brown Trout Gold  Brown-Trout A super realistic 3D eye. We call this eye Brown Trout, but it can just as well be used to copy several other fish species. The eye is actually based on a photo of a Pike eye. A 4,5 kg (11lb) pike caught on 0,12mm (2lb) mono and a hook 16 Mormyshka.    4mm 112 pcs
 6mm (5,8mm) 98 pcs
8mm 78 pcs
 10mm 72 pcs
 12mm 64 pcs
R&L Eye
42 pcs
 Roach Red  Roach This is a super realistic eye based on a photo of a real roach caught by a 6 year old boy on a small pond in H√§rjedalen in Sweden while ice fishing. A popular color for lures and flies.   4mm 112 pcs
 6mm (5,8mm) 98 pcs
8mm 78 pcs
 10mm 72 pcs
12mm 56 pcs R&L Eye
 Whitefish  Whitefish/Vendance  A popular color for most lures that imitate small fish. The eye is actually based on a photo of a whitefish/vendance caught in H√§rjedalen in Sweden.  6mm (5,8mm) 98 pcs
8mm 78 pcs
 10mm 72 pcs
 12mm  64 pcs
Whitefish Herring This pattern is called Herring. It can be used for imitations of just about any silver colored fish. Sticking a 3D eye on your softbait will allow you to set a trigger point for fish to strike at. We can recommend using a drop of super glue when attaching 3D eyes to softbaits.


78 pcs


R&L Eye

42 pcs




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