Tacky Fly Fishing

Fly Right

Tacky Fly Fishing Makers, co-workers, and real-life fishing buddies Tim Jenkins and Ki Aston are both scientists as well as avid fly fishermen. While waiting for a big one (or two) to bite, they brainstormed a new and improved way to store flies. Their must-haves included better functionality, easier access, and, most of all, a secure spot for each and every fly—no tangles allowed. The foundation of their boxes is a silicone anchoring system. Flies fit snugly into slits to keeps them tidy and in place. Clear lids make it easier to see what you’ve got, and magnetic closures keep it all safely inside. Tim and Ki really did think of everything, and every type of fishing outing. There’s a waterproof design that keeps flies dry when things get splashy, and different sized boxes to suit how long you’ll be on the water, ranging from the small-scale Tube to the largest storage box, the one Tim and Ki came up with first, The Original.

Tacky Fly Fishing

Silicone Anchoring Fly Boxes

Fly Right

Tacky Fly Fishing Makers, co-workers, and real-life fishing buddies Tim Jenkins and Ki Aston are both scientists as well as avid fly fishermen. While waiting for a big one (or two) to bite, they brainstormed a new and improved way to store flies. Their must-haves included better functionality, easier access, and, most of all, a secure spot for each and every fly—no tangles allowed. The foundation of their boxes is a silicone anchoring system. Flies fit snugly into slits to keeps them tidy and in place. Clear lids make it easier to see what you’ve got, and magnetic closures keep it all safely inside. Tim and Ki really did think of everything, and every type of fishing outing. There’s a waterproof design that keeps flies dry when things get splashy, and different sized boxes to suit how long you’ll be on the water, ranging from the small-scale Tube to the largest storage box, the one Tim and Ki came up with first, The Original.
Tacky Fly Fishing
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Quick Questions

How many flies does each container hold?

The Silicone Anchoring Fly Boxes: Original: Holds up to 168 flies and has a clear lid for visibility. Day Pack: Holds 90 flies to up to 180 flies if size 18 or smaller. It has a clear lid for visibility and fits in a shirt pocket or hung from a lanyard. Tube: Holds about 20 flies (depending on size). Allows airflow through two open ends to dry out your flies. The Tube also has two neodymium magnets, one anchored to each wall that are designed to catch flies when dropped into either end. The hinge allows the Tube to be opened and used as minimalistic fly box. The Waterproof Silicone Anchoring Fly Box: Holds up to 100 flies, depending on size.

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Silicone Anchoring Fly Box see details Waterproof Silicone Anchoring Fly Box see details

Tacky Fly Fishing

Silicone Anchoring Fly Boxes

Fly Right

Tacky Fly Fishing Makers, co-workers, and real-life fishing buddies Tim Jenkins and Ki Aston are both scientists as well as avid fly fishermen. While waiting for a big one (or two) to bite, they brainstormed a new and improved way to store flies. Their must-haves included better functionality, easier access, and, most of all, a secure spot for each and every fly—no tangles allowed.

The foundation of their boxes is a silicone anchoring system. Flies fit snugly into slits to keeps them tidy and in place. Clear lids make it easier to see what you’ve got, and magnetic closures keep it all safely inside. Tim and Ki really did think of everything, and every type of fishing outing. There’s a waterproof design that keeps flies dry when things get splashy, and different sized boxes to suit how long you’ll be on the water, ranging from the small-scale Tube to the largest storage box, the one Tim and Ki came up with first, The Original.
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Quick Questions

How many flies does each container hold?

The Silicone Anchoring Fly Boxes: Original: Holds up to 168 flies and has a clear lid for visibility. Day Pack: Holds 90 flies to up to 180 flies if size 18 or smaller. It has a clear lid for visibility and fits in a shirt pocket or hung from a lanyard. Tube: Holds about 20 flies (depending on size). Allows airflow through two open ends to dry out your flies. The Tube also has two neodymium magnets, one anchored to each wall that are designed to catch flies when dropped into either end. The hinge allows the Tube to be opened and used as minimalistic fly box. The Waterproof Silicone Anchoring Fly Box: Holds up to 100 flies, depending on size.

Learn more about the products

Silicone Anchoring Fly Box see details Waterproof Silicone Anchoring Fly Box see details