What's in the Box: July

Bring on Summer! No matter where you’re fishing or what you’re fishing for this season, Postfly’s July boxes are coming in hot, ready to bring the heat this summer to 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. Trout We’ve got all your trout fishing needs covered in this month’s box, with most areas' hatches going off we set you up with killer dry fly patterns. No matter if you’re fishing the Rockies or a blue line in North Carolina, we’ve got something in the box for ya! This month’s box pairs well with an ice cold beverage and some wet wading!




Bring the heat this month to your local warm water spot, because its popper season! We’ve hooked you up with several different color combinations and profiles, so even the wariest of bass or panfish cannot resist whats on the end of your line!


This month’s focus are shrimp and small minnow patterns. the top 3 flies on the list are perfect for any fishery where shrimp is a popular forage for fish. Tie one on to your trusty 8 wt this summer and get ready to strip set!

Salmon & Steelhead

Whether your swinging flies for summer run Steelhead in the OP or heading up to AK to chase the legendary salmon runs of summer, get your 2-hander ready for this month’s selection of swinging flies, and send it!

Guide Series Highlight:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HrR8-kDzSs This month we teamed up Vedavoo to deliver the rod holster to end all rod holsters. Constructed from recycled boat fabric, this holster is perfect for holding the rod youre not using at the moment. Want double the flies and other bad-ass and intuitive accessories delivered to your door every month? Sign up for Guide Series today! Check out what was in June's box below! https://postflybox.com/blog/2018/10/18/invest-in-what-you-love-equity-crowdfunding-and-why-were-doing-it/ https://postflybox.com/blog/2018/06/25/whats-in-the-box-june/ https://postflybox.com/blog/2018/06/26/whats-in-the-box-june-fly-tying/
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