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Old 02-07-2013, 04:32 PM
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Default Re: Members Fly Boxes

Here are my Stillwater fly box and four streamer fly boxes. In the past I only had one streamer fly box and had all my other streamers stuffed in a standby box, but this year I bought four of those plastic boxes (look just like the Cliff Bugger Boxes) from JoAnnes for something like $6 apiece and then used the spray adhesive to fix 4mm foam to the insides.
Here is my Stillwater fly box (minus my midge box):
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Here is Streamer box 1 (in no particular order):
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Steamer box 2:
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Streamer box 3:
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Streamer box 4:
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Here is a box of large dries I tied up this winter to use for fishing dry/dropper rigs.
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Here is my go to box, a mix of nymphs, scuds, a few nymphs, ants, beetles, etc.
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Here are a couple of my nymph/scud boxes:
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Here are my stonefly boxes:
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