Postfly box has anyone tried this???

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Eric Denny, Mar 19, 2014.

  1. Eric Denny It's summer time I'm fishing!!

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    I seen this on Facebook a couple months ago and thought it looked interesting. For a fee, depending on how long you sign up for, they send you 12-15 flies a month aimed at the species you target, the time of year and what part of the U.S. you are in. I was wanting to know if anyone has done it yet? I signed up today they have a offer going for the first month for $5 and I figured it would be a good time to give it a try. If anyone has done it or is doing it please let me know what you think. It doesn't matter much as I have already signed up but would still like to know if I am going to be happy with this. It seems like a fun thing to do kinda like a fly swap that you pay for all the flies.lol Also I will post a pic when I get them so you guys can see what it looks like and if anyone wants to know the $5 promo code is 5DOLLAFLYBOX but you have to end it if you don't like what you got because it goes up to $15 a month after that. So in away I guess this will turn out to be a review. I will let you guys know what I think and if you have any questions I might be able to answer them. Try me.

    Eric
  2. Patrick Gould Active Member

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    looks cool, I think I'll give it a try.
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  3. Eric Denny It's summer time I'm fishing!!

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    Good we can see if we get the same thing or if they are different.
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  4. Stew McLeod aka BigMac

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    Let us know how this works .. interested ...
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  5. Eric Denny It's summer time I'm fishing!!

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    Was not impressed. They flies where not bad but I asked questions about what fly selection they use as I am a moving water trout guy that fishes mostly drys. I was assured that they have just the package for that, well I got a nice selection of flies about 17, 3 drys 4 midges, and 10 nymphs. So I am a little disappointed and I messaged them about it and have yet to hear anything back. So I won't do this again at this point and inless the respond I wouldn't recomend it to anyone.
  6. Old Man Just an Old Man

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    Well if you were in Montana I would say you got just what you need. I don't see that many fish looking up so nymphs seem to be what they like. Except when I go to upper Ruby River. They seem to like dries up there. Especially the Grayling.
  7. Eric Denny It's summer time I'm fishing!!

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    And a lot of other places are the same way old man but when you make a point to ask about a certain kind of flies for a certain kind of fishing and they tell you know problem they should make sure you get more of what you asked for then what you didn't.
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