Fly fishing has been around for thousands of years if it’s true that the ancient Macedonians practiced fishing with wet flies. It’s a safe bet they didn’t have the variety of fly boxes we do. Regardless of what kind of fly fishing you do, you have to have a place to keep your flies. When I started fly fishing as a teen, I was already a fan of fishing for catfish, which for our family was sitting in one place with our lines out. It didn’t take long to find out it wasn’t productive to walk back to my tackle box every time I lost a fly. I ordered my first fly box out of a catalog and since I was tying my own flies as a hobby, it wasn’t long before I needed more boxes for my ever growing assortment.
Fishpond Laurel Run 3 x 5 Molded Fly Box
Crush-resistant, molded construction that floats
Colorful fishpond Jacquard accent webbing doubles as hand strap
High-density foam for easy identification of flies
Climbing cord loop for lanyard
We broke the mold. In designing the Laurel Run, we challenged the notion that fly boxes must be made of plastic or metal.
Five slit foam strips on both sides make this box ideal for smaller saltwater flies, such as for bonefish
The slit pitch and foam thickness are designed to hold heavier saltwater hooks,Capacity: 125 flies
SIZE: 7.75″ x 4.48″ x 1.65″ (19.7 x 11.4cm x 4.2cm)
The C&F Design CFGS-3555 is a beautifully designed fly box, called the Large Grand Slam Box. The large waterproof C&F boxes are made from durable ABS plastic with rounded edges and a ripples surface for ease of handling. Five slit foam strips ob both sides make this box ideal for smaller saltwater flies, such as for bonefish. The slit pitch and foam thickness are designed to hold heavier saltwater hooks. Highlights of this item: 5 slit foam strips Perfect for saltwater flies, such as bonefish Color