The Days Worth Fly Box Systemô|
Dimensions: 4" x 3" x 1"
There are anglers out there who feel it is necessary to carry a couple thousand flies (arranged perfectly by size and color in $100 fly boxes and crammed in their vests) when they head out for an afternoon of fishing. Those folks probably are not going to like our Days Worth Fly Box.
However, if you are the type of angler who, more than likely, has a "home
water", knows the fish and what they are going to eat, and only needs a hundred
flies or so to cover all the bases, we have a box you should see.
The bulk of the angling we do is on tail water trout fisheries in the Mountain West (the North Platte, the Bighorn, the Green). That means, to be successful, at times you need to fish small flies. And believe it or not, there is always the possibility for a little "wind".
We found that conventional fly boxes, small flies, and wind are a costly
We mostly tie all of our own flies, and it is not the cost of a size 20 pheasant tail that "flies away" in the wind that bugged us, but the fact that it shouldn't happen. That's how our Days Worth Fly Box came about.
Our style of fishing requires an incredibly stout "day box" (it has to fit in a
shirt pocket and be attached to a lanyard) that can not only effectively manage
a ton of small flies, but can also handle a good number of larger flies.
The first time you open a Days Worth, you will see and feel the difference. It has a strong magnetic bottom to securely hold small flies and self-healing foam strips to handle anything up to a size 2 weighted wooly bugger.
You need to see for yourself why we consider the Days Worth Fly Box to be the
finest small fly box available today.
Flies not included with box