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Leland Rod Co. Fly Boxes Review


Organize your your flies with Leland Rod Co.'s fly boxes...

• Lightweight, sturdy aluminum construction
• Distinct, Anodized and Color-Coded
• Clearly labeled on all four sides

• Available with or without comprehensive fly selections



Our new series of fly boxes aims to do one thing: organize your flies and your life. You've spent years collecting lots of flies, now keep them stored in a safe, straightforward and organized fashion with our Leland Rod Co. Fly Boxes. Featuring nine models to suit your trout and steelhead needs, each is available with or without a comprehensive fly collection.

Nothing is more essential than keeping your flies organized and accessible before, during and after a fishing trip, and we designed these boxes with that in mind. No more wasted time searching for that one fly in your odd collection of fly boxes. Use our Leland Rod Co. fly boxes and breath easy knowing you'll always find the right bug for the job.

Leland Rod Co.'s Fly Box lineup is built to last a lifetime, crafted with absolute quality and functionality. But their aesthetics and design extend their use beyond just a place to dump your flies. Each is clearly color-coaded and labeled for its particular use. Below are the models offered by Leland with links to purchase either the box itself, or a package including a fly box and a comprehensive selection of our favorite flies.

Smart Options: With seven trout and three steelhead fly box options, you'll be ready.

Small Stream Fly Box
Spring Creek Fly Box 
Dry Fly Fly Box
Trout Fly Box
Nymph Fly Box
Streamer Fly Box
Four-Trout Fly Boxes Gift Pack

Steelhead Nymph Box
Summer Steelhead Box
Winter Steelhead Box


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Pro Review - Leland's Burke White

When it comes to fly boxes, there are plenty of options. There are nearly-bomb-proof, water-proof boxes. There are classic aluminum English boxes. There are handmade wooden boxes, too. And guess what? They all hold flies. You can pick up just about any fly box in any fly shop, jam some flies in it and stick it into one of the many pockets on your vest. But what's missing with this approach to fly storage? Organization.

On my last trout trip, I took the time to transfer my trout fly collection from the odd assortment of fly boxes I've collected over my many years of fishing into a collection of Leland Rod Co. Fly  Boxes. Admittedly, I'm not the most organized guy and this theme of mine extends into my fly fishing endeavors. My flies were all over the place and my fast-paced rigging paired with a lack of attention meant that many of my flies had migrated from one box to the next. It was time for a clean up.

I began by removing my flies from various oddly-sized, unmarked boxes and organizing them into one of four common trout fly categories: Spring Creek (Small, specialty dries and nymphs), Dry Fly (Fluffy dries and attractors), Nymph (General purpose nymphs and bead-heads), and finally Streamer (Big ugly buggers and sculpins). I took each category of flies and put them into their respective Leland Rod Co. color-coded, aluminum fly box, clearly marked on all four sides. Inside are ample rows of slit foam that will conveniently hold each fly without tearing up the foam.

By the time I'd finished, I actually felt good about my newly organized life (at least in fly fishing). I looked at my stack of fly boxes and realized that for the first time in a very long time, I knew where every fly of mine was. I loaded them into my trout pack and put them to the real test.

On the water, it was a treat to switch flies. Instead of grumbling while searching every box for my secret fly, I reached right into my pack and pulled out exactly the right fly box. Even in low light, the distinct colors made it simple. And at the end of the day, I returned home with a few fish stories. But I was also content knowing that next time I trout fished, I'd be organized...and if you knew me, that's actually saying something.