I know there are some of you who do alot of fishing for salmon and steelhead in the salt and rivers around here. Had a tip I thought I'd share that I've been doing for years. I know I've had alot of flyguys grimmace at me when they first would see it. But afterwards, they liked the idea. Ok, here's what started it. I fish alot of areas that are tidal influenced. They have a good portion of salt in them. If you're not using stainless hooks you'll get some rusting. If I'm in a boat, that's easy. I just have a small pail of fresh water that I toss my used flies into to soak while I fish another one. But when I'm on the banks, I keep my own right nearby. I use the plastic baitboxes that slip onto your belts. You can add a small amount of water if you want, or leave it empty. You will have lots of room, and don't need to worry about the hooks snagging up in your pocket or returning a wet fly to your flybox that's dry. I've done this for years, and has worked great. I've linked a picture of a black box, but I know they make them in grey too. It's a great setup. And, of course, those of you fishing for other species with bigger flies can use it too. I hate tossing wet flies in with the dry ones. Just makes more of a mess.