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Orvis Tacky Fly Box

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    Keep your arsenal dialed.

    The Orvis Tacky Fly Box secures everything from those tiny midge imitations you fish during winter to those larger caddis flies you'll want close at hand come Mother's Day. The box is made from shatterproof polycarbonate and has a sticky silicone sheet with teardrop cut-outs to hold 168 of your favorite patterns.

    • Polycarbonate case
    • Silicone mat
    • Magnetic closure
    • Tear drop cutout slit fly holders
    • Holds 168 flies
    • Item #ORV000N

    Tech Specs

    polycarbonate, silicone
    168 flies
    7 x 3.5 x .75 in
    Recommended Use
    fly fishing
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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      You don't need a fancy fly box to catch fish... but it certainly helps! I like that this has a see through front so when rummaging through fly boxes I can easily pick which one I want. The foam material used is bomber and holds the flies down really well.

      Brilliant boxes. Dry Fly box especially

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Having fished 20+ yrs, I have had a few boxes. All of these were given away or retired after Tacky's boxes. The original is perfect for most flies under sz 12 as long as they don't have tall wings. I have a small sized one for nymphs, small dry flys, and wet flies, which is more than enough for most days on the water.
      The Dry Fly box is incredible for bigger flies and dries. The molding is raised and angled to give ample room for tails, bushy hackles, and wings to sit naturally in the box without being bent or compressed. Don't spend valuable time or money on gorgeous flies with great wings and hackles only to mash them in a small box.
      Like others say, the silicone is durable and magnetic closure makes access easy. I also added some small magnetic strips to the lid for holding those micro patterns and holding a flies for quick access.

      Brilliant boxes. Dry Fly box especially

      Better than replacing every year

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is a bit pricey, but I've gone through lots of foam based fly boxes that cost more than had I bought this once. The foam on traditional boxes tends to disintegrate or the glue holding the foam to the box breaks down, or the plastic hinges break. Instead I'll be buying more of these as my old fly boxes break down.

      Big Bug Box

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      My old streamer box was overfilling with flies so i decided to pay the extra money and get one of these tacky boxes. I love the how tight the silicone keeps the hooks in place. I do wish the box was a little lighter, and that the magnets were a little stronger. My box tends to open when its in my pack.

      Let Me Tell You About This Tackle Box..

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Im just getting into Fly Fishing and was told to pick this box up. All my friends highly recommend it and say its light and super durable. They also say the added magnet closing makes it 100% worth the purchase. While i haven't taken the box out yet, i assume ill be just a satisfied with it as my friends.

      Best Fly Box

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Best fly box I have ever owned. They're light, durable, and stylish. The silicon mat keeps your flies secure, as well as increases the life span of your fly box. I will definitely be purchasing more.

      Small package

        I don't love hauling every piece of gear I own with me in a pack. I'd rather run light. These boxes are nice and thin and fit well in a wader pocket so I can grab what I need at the truck and not be hauling an expedition weight pack. Nice solid closure and good silicone seems to be very durable

        Never Dissapoints

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I have 3 tacky boxes now to separate my nymphs, dries, and streamers. They work so well and I haven't had a single issue thus far after a year. The magnet closure on each corner makes for a satisfying open and close.

        Great Single Stack Fly Box

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        Get a few of these to cover you for terrestrials, dries, and nymphs and keep them in your pack or bag year round. The single sided box makes these boxes thin and stackable in your pack. The magnetic enclosure means no more fumbling with a slider or hook and latch closure. The slit silicone inside makes this easy to place and arrange flies with even spacing. This is about 3X the price of a simple foam box but will likely last forever. Only downside is that the magnets on these types of boxes tend to pop out with repeated openings but time will tell if they are durable.

        best fly box i have found

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        the inside is silicone, so everytime you take a fly out of the box it doesnt rip foam out! these will last forever if you dont lose it!

        Next Level

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Definitely a bit pricier than other options but worth the upgrade. My fly boxes were always bit of an afterthought and consequently didn't really have any I liked. These are super slim, easy to open/close and love seeing what bugs are in which box. I am not missing the little foam snags one bit but I do wonder how the silicone will hold up year after year. I don't feel the need to carry every bug in the book and use one of the Regular sized box for nymphs and small dries and one of the Small sizes for bigger bugs and hoppers.

        Just a Small Fly

          Good box for small flies. I love it so much I try to stuff streamers in there, even though they sometimes come detached. Favorite part about this box is definitely that the silicone molding doesn't tear like foam does.

          Best Box for Small Flies

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          This is the only box I use for dry flies and nymphs. It's perfect for holding lots of smaller flies and the low profile design makes it really easy to store several in your fishing pack.
          The silicon is the best system I've seen for securely holding flies (and it's durable!). I also love the clear top so you can see into the box without opening it. The magnet closure is also perfect - easy enough to open, but secure enough to stay shut.
          I've got two of them and I might get two more. A must have item!

          A Must-Have

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I have all of the Tacky products except their streamer tube. I don't know why no one has made a silicone box sooner!

          Pros: Nice aesthetic, lightweight, compact, durable, thin profile fits easily in waders and pockets, doesn't stain or smell.

          Cons: Not waterproof, drop your box of dries in the water and they will be soaked.

          A Must-Have

          If You Don't Know Already, You Need To.

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          Best fly box out there. Magnet are easy to open but stay closed in your bag. Silicon doesn't soak up any water, tare up, or get dyed by streamers. Photo for sizing, beer cos beer.

          If You Don't Know Already, You Need To.
          Unanswered Question

          Are the dimensions listed for the regular or the big bug size?