Cliff Fly Boxes

Super Days 1Here is another product that has proven itself to me time and time again.  Cliff fly boxes have been a part of my fly fishing arsenal for at least the last five years, and every box I’ve ever owned is still in service.  They are just great boxes.

Lately, I’ve become partial to the Days Worth box, as I tend to go pretty minimalist.  But I also have the Super Days Worth, and consider it to be perhaps the best functioning “all-arounder” fly box out there.  I also happen to own a few Bugger Barns.  I know… Blasphemy, right?  But I’ve had them forever and they just don’t die.

Here’s a link to the Cliff Outdoors website, so those of you that don’t win a box can easily check them out.

And here are a few more shots to wet your appetite.

The photo at the top of the page shows the top of the Super Days Worth Box.   This photo shows the box's thickness.

The photo at the top of the page shows the top of the Super Days Worth Box. This photo shows the box’s thickness.  (Ruler included for scale.)Foam strips on one side and slit foam on the other.  The slotted foam is actually a leaf that open to reveal some magnetic compartments. (See photo below.)Foam strips on one side and slit foam on the other. The slotted foam is actually a leaf that opens to reveal some magnetic compartments. (See photo below.)The magnetic compartments under the leaf.The magnetic compartments under the leaf.

As you can see the box is extremely well designed and versatile, and truly is one of my favorite boxes.  Hopefully you’ll be lucky enough to win one.

~ DFG

 

One thought on “Cliff Fly Boxes

  1. wacokid54
    December 11, 2013 at 8:57 pm

    Fell on my chest one day, in my vest bushwacking along the Arkansas River. No damage to self, but several fly boxes were broken. Not the Bugger Barn. Cracked the cover, but took a lickin and kept on tickin. They make good stuff!

    The Waco Kid

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