Plan D Fly Boxes
If you hunt big fish on the fly rod—like steelhead, pike, muskies and saltwater species—you probably know just how lethal articulated flies can be. You also know that big, two-piece flies are a royal pain to store in traditional fly boxes. That’s why West Coast steelheader Dylan Stanley came up with his patent-pending Plan D boxes for securely holding articulated flies: you simply slide the eye of the fly onto the stainless steel hook, and insert the fly’s hook into the slotted foam. The boxes come in three sizes (below): Pocket (5⅝″ x 3⅝″ x 1”), Pack (8¾″ x 4 5/16″ x 1¼ ”) and Boat (10½” x 8½” x 3¼″). All are constructed of impact-resistant plastic, with a rust-proof hinge. OC’s Scott Gardner has been testing one this fall for his jointed bass and pike flies, and loves it. His only regret: not getting the biggest one.
More Info: www.plandfishing.com