What Will You Find Inside Your Postfly Box This January?

This month may be cold and the fishing may be scarce, but it can still be a pretty exciting time to be a fly fisherman. Planning a year's worth of trips, whether they're down the street or halfway around the world, this is when the excitement starts to build up for the whole season. Maybe you're even tying up flies to fill up all your flyboxes for the season so you can just focus on fishing once it gets warm again. Or if you're really lucky, you could already be fishing somewhere warm and toasty. Hopefully you don't feel too badly for the rest of us. No matter where you're fishing or what you're fishing for this season, Postfly's January boxes are coming in hot, ready to warm up the start of the year with some fish. Find out what came in this month's boxes below and if you haven't joined The Postfly Tribe yet, click here to sign up.
Postfly's January Fly Guide Cover Learn what's inside the latest box from Postfly.
Winter Is The Time To Wait Till Fishing Season What are you doing this Winter while you wait for fly fishing season?
With the perfect mixture of classics and innovative new patterns, the January trout fly selection in the latest Postfly Box is going to help you get on the fish. Even if they're sitting low and eating slow, these flies will convince them to eat.
The Trout Fly Selection For Postfly's January Box Find out what trout anglers all over the country are fishing with this month.
Hank Patterson Shares His Tips For The New Year Hank Patterson has a thing or two to say about your New Year's Resolutions.
Sure the water is cold, but warm water fish still have to eat all winter. Even if they're barely moving down there, they're still likely to strike your fly if you present the right one the right way. Not only do we include the names of your flies, we also tell you when to throw each pattern to double the chances of hooking up.
The Warm Water Fly Selection From Postfly's January Box You can still catch warm water species even when the water gets cold.
Meet The Postfly Centerfold For The Month Of January Meet Postfly's Centerfold model for the month of January, this fatty caught in Alaska.
No matter the conditions out there on the saltwater flats, a shrimp pattern is a proven staple for Winter fly fishing, so we gave you a few different options. Whether you want to go subtle and natural with the pearl Soule Shrimp or add a flash of color, these flies are ready to work a flat.
The January Saltwater Fly Selection From Postfly These are the flies that fish will be looking for on the flats this season.
The Steelhead Fly Selection For The January Postfly Box See what anglers all over the country are going to be swinging and drifting for steelhead this month.
Want to start tying your own flies from the latest fly tying kit from Postfly? Click here to watch a fly tying video of the Egg Sucking Leech and start tying today!
See What Fly Tyers Are Spinning Up This Month Postfly's fly tying recipe this month is the egg sucking leech, an essential pattern for fishing in cold weather.
Tag @postflybox in your craziest winter fly fishing photo on Instagram to be entered to win a swag bag of Postfly gear. The angler with the best Winter fly fishing photo wins. Good luck!
January's Featured Tribe Member Is Megan Helms Meet Postfly Tribe Member Megan Helms, the Featured Member in the January box.
Join The Postfly Tribe And Spread The Love It's almost Valentine's Day, how are you going to spread a little fly fishing love?
Want to start getting a box sent to your door every month? It's easy, sign up for Postfly and Join The Tribe today.
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