I've been getting geared up for hitting the stillwaters pretty hard, and I'm taking a look at my fly organization. Currently I have 4-6 boxes that I throw in the pontoon or raft with me, generally just threw into a duffel bag on the raft, and stuffed into the side pockets of the pontoon. I'm looking at possibly consolidating these to 1 or 2 bigger boxes, as I hate having to root through several boxes to find what I'm looking for. (I've tried marking them, using clear lid boxes etc.. but in the pockets of the pontoon, or even stuffed into a bag, it still equates to a lot of digging around). Plus I am constantly forgetting one small box on every trip it seems. Never the same box twice, it just seems I always forget one or pull it out the week before to add some flies and misplace it etc. So I've been looking for a bigger fly box, something where I could stick a ton of flies of various sizes. Does anyone else us an approach like this? I'm not too worried about boxes that will fit into pockets or anything as I will be out in a floating craft either way, and if I needed to I could always just keep a small box of essentials for such occasions that I need to just throw a small box in my pocket and go. I'm thinking that these will be specifically for stillwaters, and I'd like to keep it to just one or two boxes if possible. So, any suggestions? I've done a search of this site but haven't come up with much. I've looked online and found Cliff's. The Bugger Barn appears to be their biggest, but may not be good for smaller flies? Looks like Umpqua makes some interesting boxes, but perhaps not big enough. Does such a box exist or am I just gonna have to buck up and use smaller boxes?