For fly fishing a lanyard is essential for holding tippet, clippers, hemostats and gink. Great for ski passes or name tag and business card holders for conventions and other business events.
Flyvines are an innovative and unique solution to fly fishing’s chief environmental hindrance: fly line.
Based out of Missoula, Montana, we recycle used fly line to create lanyards, bracelets, keychains, retainers for sunglasses, and other fly fishing accessories. Each product is hand-braided, using a pattern we developed over long Montana winters and while enduring muddy run-offs. As such, each piece is one-of-a-kind.
Flyvines has quickly become the go-to lanyard among fishing guides and hard-core anglers not only because each Flyvines lanyard is stylish and environmentally friendly, but also because each is finished with a break-away washer, which keeps all gear at the ready, but safely splits apart in an emergency.
Look closely at rivers such as the Missouri and Bighorn and you will see the most dedicated anglers on the river donning Flyvines lanyards. Minimalists will keep just their floatant and hemostats handy, while gear-heads will string their lanyards with tippets, split-shot, and sometimes, enough tackle to fill a small fly shop! Whatever the angler chooses to let it carry, the Flyvines lanyard will be ready for the task.
Buy Flyvines products -- you’ll be accessorizing with style while upcycling a product that would otherwise negatively impact the environment.