Everyone organizes their fly boxes differently, but a good strategy is to have one “working” fly box that holds your most frequently used flies. Place that box in a large pocket that’s most easily accessible with your dominant hand e.g. if you’re right handed, place it in the large pocket on the left side of your vest.
What should I put in my fishing vest?
A multipurpose tool that includes pliers, line clippers, knife and other utensils will save you space in your vest and lighten your load. Small containers of sunscreen and insect repellent are other essentials you need to pack.
What do you carry in your fly fishing pack?
Most anglers like to carry plenty of accessories when they fish. These include nippers, hemostats, floatant, tippet, split shot, and more. You’ll want to keep in mind what you specifically use when choosing a pack. Having the things you use often very accessible is an important feature for a pack.
What are the pockets on a fishing vest for?
Many fly fishing vests have large zippered pockets on the back that are perfect for storing a sandwich and bottle of water.
What is a marabou jig?
A marabou jig is a fishing lure made of marabou feathers (usually down feathers that come from a turkey). … The term “marabou” is actually the name for a type of African stork whose down feathers were originally marketed as “marabou“ and sold to be used in making woman’s apparel.
What is the purpose of a fishing vest?
A Vest Keeps the Weight on Your Shoulders
You might not notice at first, but a few hours into fishing you’ll be rubbing your sore muscles when you should be mending your line. With a fly fishing vest, however, the weight of your gear is carried on your shoulders.