I now stock the full range of the new Fulling Mill fly boxes. There is a fly box to suit every angler, in any situation, from the small Pocket Fly Box (perfect for the evening rise), to the Tactical Max Fly Box (great for the angler who carries a full range of nymphs). With sizes in between, including one specifically for streamers, they cover all the needs of today's river and stillwater fly-fisher. All these boxes contain quality, high density, slit foam, to hold your flies very securely. They are made from lightweight polycarbonate and benefit from the addition of guide ridges to the outer casing to help you grip the box with wet hands.
Pocket Fly Box £9.95
The Pocket Box is the smallest of the range. This lightweight box features a sleek, frosted lid so you can see your flies. Inside is a one sided high density, 4mm slit foam with capacity for up to 143 flies. As the name suggests, this box will fit snugly into the average shirt or trouser pocket, making it the ideal day box.
Size: 20 x 84 x 119 (mm)
Stealth Fly Box £14.95
With room for 304 neatly placed flies, the Stealth box packs a fair punch and at well under 2cm thick it's easily stored about one's person too. This lightweight polycarbonate box features a sleek, premium frosted lid so you can see what's what. Inside you'll find a one-sided high density 4mm slit foam.
Size: 20 x 106 x 186 (mm)
Out of stock
Tactical Fly Box £18.95
When it comes to a weekend away on your favourite trout river or that afternoon session on local reservoir, you don't want to be short of storage capacity. That's where the Tactical box comes in. With room for more than 600 flies, this high impact-resistant fly box is what you need thanks to it's double sided foam inserts with pre-cut slits allowing you to arrange even the smallest of nymphs just how you like them.
Size: 32 x 106 x 186 (mm)
Only 2 in stock
Streamer Fly Box £18.95
This handy sized box was conceived with the streamer and saltwater angler in mind. Made using the same tough material that riot shields are made from, with plenty of secure parking space for up to 60 of those bulkier patterns, we're not sure what else you could need for that trip out back. Benefiting from a sleek, premium frosted lid you can see what's what before lifting the hood. Plus, as with all our boxes, there is the subtle addition of guide ridges to the outer casing to help you keep a firm grip on things.
Size: 32 x 106 x 186 (mm)
Only 1 in stock
Tactical Max Fly Box £29.95
The flagship of our range, the Tactical Max would take most anglers a few days to fill. With room for 960 deadly patterns, spread across four sides of high density slit foam, all shielded from the elements by the impact resistant poly-carbonate outer shell. This is THE "go to" box when it comes to getting out there on the water with the right tools for the job. At just over 4cm thick, it's highly portable too.
Size: 44 x 106 x 186 (mm)
Fly Floatant, Leader Sinkant, Strike Indicators
Dry Sauce £7.75
Having tried a multitude of dry fly floatants over many years I have settled on Dry Sauce from Fulling Mill as my favourite for flies other than CDC dries (when I use Tiemco Dry Magic). You only need the smallest amount, which should be rubbed between your fingers, before applying sparingly to your fly. The bottle is a standard size and can be hung from a bottle holder on your waistcoat.
Fullers Mud £3.95
There are many degreasing/sinkant pastes available but this Fuller's Mud formula is the best I've used by far. When fishing dry fly on smooth water (river or lake) it is essential that the tippet does not sit high on the surface or fish will likely be spooked. Likewise, if our tippet is shiny (which most are) it will glint and reflect light which also has the potential to scare fish. Fullers Mud is a dual action paste which degreases the tippet so that it breaks the surface tension and is also very slightly abrasive to remove excess shine. This small tub fits easily in your waistcoat pocket but will last all season and probably much longer. Also good when fishing nymphs and wets - degreasing your leader means your leader/flies cut through the surface and sink quicker to the fishing zone.
Tiemco Dry Magic £9.75
Tiemco only make quality products and are best known for their superb range of hooks and flytying tools. Tiemco Dry Magic fly floatant is no exception and after years of searching for a suitable and effective floatant for my CDC flies this is it. "Dry Magic" is a very apt name: it comes out of the tube looking like any other gel floatant, but when you rub it between your fingers to apply to your dry fly it feels dry - weird! It can be applied to all dry flies, but is best reserved for your CDC flies. Being a 'dry' floatant it will not clog CDC flies, keeps them floating longer and makes them easier to dry after releasing a fish. It's not cheap, but you do get a lot (12ml - enough to last years) and although not a perfect fit it will sit safely in your inverted floatant bottle holder. You don't buy floatants often so buy the best!
River Strike Indicators £4.65
Self adhesive, pinch on, foam bite indicators made by Fulling Mill. These are by far the best strike/bite indicators to use for river fly fishing as they are virtually weightless, give little wind resistance and, therefore, cast well on light river rods/lines. I use them for upstream nymphing by attaching one to the leader where it is knotted to the braided loop. They do not peel, fade or suffer from colour run. The closed cell foam won't get waterlogged like yarn indicators. The aggressive, waterproof adhesive backing, stays on the leader until you decide to remove it - and will leave minimal residue when it is removed. Available in yellow and hot pink - I carry both to cover differing light situations. Each sheet contains 32 punch-out indicators in two different sizes. Useful also for Czech Nymphing.
Stillwater Strike Indicators (Small) £2.90
There are many types of indicators (or bungs if you prefer) for stillwater fly fishing but these simple foam balls are my prefered ones. They are slid up your leader before tying on flies and locked in place by means of a plactic peg. It is quick and easy to alter the depth at which you at fishing by removing the peg, sliding the bung up or down the leader and replacing the peg. I like to fish a team of (usually) 2 buzzers suspended below my indicator at 2' and 5'. This covers fish cruising just below the surface and those a little deeper - the most likely place to catch throughout much of the season. If I don't get takes I move the indicator up my leader about 1' and continue to to this until I start to get takes. These strike indicators work on small stillwaters to the largest reservoirs for rainbow trout and brown trout too. Small size for light flies and/or calm conditions - 6 per pack
Stillwater Strike Indicators (Large) £2.90
There are many types of indicators (or bungs if you prefer) for stillwater fly fishing but these simple foam balls are my prefered ones. They are slid up your leader before tying on flies and locked in place by means of a plactic peg. It is quick and easy to alter the depth at which you at fishing by removing the peg, sliding the bung up or down the leader and replacing the peg. I like to fish a team of (usually) 2 buzzers suspended below my indicator at 2' and 5'. This covers fish cruising just below the surface and those a little deeper - the most likely place to catch throughout much of the season. If I don't get takes I move the indicator up my leader about 1' and continue to to this until I start to get takes. These strike indicators work on small stillwaters to the largest reservoirs for rainbow trout and brown trout too. Large size for heavier flies and/or windy conditions - 6 per pack