Bringing Us Together-One Fly At A Time

The Flybrary Project

What is a flybrary?

From the backside of signs at boat ramps in South Florida to river-side signs in Alaska, The Flybrary Project connects fly fishers across the world with one another—educating visitors of the fisheries and promoting comradery amongst strangers who share the same passion.

Have One? Leave One.

Whether you're a veteran on your local river or are just getting into fly fishing, leaving a fly will help newcomers better understand your waterway. 

Need One? Take One.

New to a particular fishery? A Flybrary will lend some insight into what's working for that particular waterway. From crab patterns for redfish in North Florida to terrestrials on spring creeks in Montana, your local Flybrary is there to help.