About the Wooden Fly Box
Al's Wooden Fly Box Overview
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About the Wooden Fly Box

Our wooden fly boxes are handmade using exotic hardwoods, metal, shell — and extreme attention to detail. Just like our fine furniture, the wooden fly box is meant to be enjoyed and is designed to last for generations.

As a maker of fine furniture — and a lifelong fly fisherman — Al designs and crafts these wooden fly boxes with the same exacting standards and philosophies that go into every piece that leaves his bench.

He uses the finest materials available: sustainable harvested lumber, solid brass internally-mounted hinges that won’t snag a shirt seam, magnetic closures that gently keep the box closed, and a water resistant finish that feels like butter to the touch.

Our unique lanyard post is made from solid brass and allows you to use your fly box with confidence, securely attached to your vest, lanyard or boat. Although each wooden fly box is a work of art, it is meant to be used, adding a touch of luxury to your fly fishing gear and your experience on the river.

The wooden fly box has replaceable rippled foam inserts and weighs approximately 4 ounces.

Buy one for yourself and one as a gift!  All wooden fly boxes come carefully packaged in Kraft paper enclosed in a small cardboard box.

As a maker of fine furniture, Al Swanson opted to make these wooden fly boxes with the exacting standards and philosophies that go into every piece that leaves his bench.

Beautifully Durable

Our unique lanyard post is made from solid brass and allows you to use your fly box with confidence, securely attached to your vest, lanyard or boat.

Beautifully Inlaid

All wooden fly boxes feature a complex inlay comprised of wood, metal, shell, and stone — and extreme attention to detail.