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Topic Review (Newest First)
12-17-2004 07:48 PM
Penguin
If you don't want to crush'em...

Try soon to be extinct VHS video cases or go totally tubular as shown below...
12-17-2004 04:23 PM
Bob Pauli
What's wrong with baggies?

The ultimate keep your powder dry and flies separated answer. The inventor of baggies should be knighted!
12-17-2004 03:14 PM
Whipfinish
Tube box

I know a company called Callibaetis is working on it. They already have a great item called the Tooltote. www.callibaetis.com. I am sure as soon as it is ready you will know about it.

Jeff
12-17-2004 10:57 AM
snaggletooth
Fly Boxes for Tubes?

In recent months, I've tied a ton of tubes but have still failed to find a good way to store them. I've been using the little 3x5 plastic baggies to store them but I am looking for something along the lines of a box or case to store them in when not in use. Any suggestions?

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