Fly fishing enthusiasts know they need a lot of flies in order to catch the best fish out there on the river since they usually get destroyed or temporarily put out of order when a fish goes for one. A proper fly box and plenty of organization can help make a vacation to the river with your rod and reel into a pleasant experience.
After all, no fisherman wants to have to rummage through a case of sharp hooks to find the lure he is looking for. A properly organized fly box can make selection and use a snap.
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Most fly box containers are flat and have foam or separator inserts to push the hooks into to protect fingers and keep them secure. The fly box options mostly available on the market have space for dozens if not hundreds of separate flies. Of course this depends largely on the size of the individual flies that the fisherman or woman has tied or purchased for their trip.
A fly box must have a lot of space because many multiple flies are necessary during a weekend or one-day fly fishing excursion. When you pack up your flies in the fly box, it is a great idea to keep all similar flies in the same row or something. This will not only keep it neater, but also make it easier to find the exact one you need once you get out to the stream or river.