So when you're out on the trail, you don't want to carry a million tenkara flies and at the VERY minimum don't want to be carrying a bulkier 17g (Zimmerbuilt fly box weight - Lightest Found) fly box. So I started thinking...Mini Altoids Tin (14.2g)...nah. OH WAIT! I have a mini flip top box that would be perfect! My old ZPacks toothbrush case...9g...WIN!KJ
Ok, I don't fly fish, so I have no idea what is needed, but I want to see a photo of it packed up. I have a zpacks kit and there's not much room!
re-use an ordinary matchbox, sans matches. stores more size 10-12 kebaris than you'll need.
Ooh! That's a good one too Craig!
Edited by f8less on 11/27/2013 12:34:14 MST.
i had a handful of lil dry flies in a mini raisins box, kids school lunch size, so i just weighed the box - 2.5 grams.***our version of catch - appreciate - release!
Edited by B14 on 01/23/2014 21:00:38 MST.
Loving this Trader Joes mint tin ... 20 grams empty, 32 grams filled with flys and tackle ...
Edited by tracedef on 01/24/2014 18:48:46 MST.
Hello I always have this in my pack. http://gossamergear.com/wp/tips/how-light-is-your-fishing-tackle Jim
+1 on the TJ's tinwe been usin the round one that held yummy chocolate wedgesalso has the window lid.
Bicycle puncture repair containers are great for bits and pieces, they come in all shapes and sizes, the clear ones are the best because you can see what's inside.
Edited by Dandru on 05/02/2014 14:53:14 MDT.
Trace, what kind of line is that red line you have in there, and where did you get it?
Or just roll it into a sandwhich bag?
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