If you've spent all winter tying flies, I think this is a pretty awesome way to manage your backstock, while also selecting a few of the divided plastic cups to use as a "grab and go" mixed stock fly box.
While it's really a travel tote for organizing craft beads called the JamPac, seems like a killer solution to get your flies sorted and under control. Plus, the black case screams, "Put fishing stickers on me!"
This storage solution including the 20 storage cups, can be found on Amazon (of course) for $20, with Prime shipping.
I have a small plastic holder that mounts 6 of these snuff cups.ReplyDelete
It's a pretty good solution for a boater, and storing loosely like this is the best way to keep dry flies.
Thanks for sharing, Mike....I shared it forward with my fishing group on Facebook, "Palmetto Fly n Fish"
Cool, glad you liked the tip, and thanks for the share!Delete
Michael, that may just be what an old guy like me needs to help store fly patterns in a neat manner and ready for a quick trip to the ponds. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
No problem. Thanks for stopping by Mel!Delete
There are pros and cons with these little plastics. I have put them in my pack for years. But, when the wind comes up, be so careful in opening up that lid! I have lost flies packed into these cups. So, I am trying to slowly put them back into boxes and just carry a couple with my newest ties and flies of the day. =)ReplyDelete
What a fantastic alternative use!!! I might have to start tying a lot more trout flies because of where I moved and now having 30 minutes access to trout waters. Thanks, for the find and share!ReplyDelete