Cliff Outdoors is a family owned business located in Casper, Wyoming that designs and manufactures unique practical outdoor gear. Our current product line is geared to needs of practical fly anglers. In the future you will also see some really cool stuff for practical outdoors enthusiasts.
Some will tell you that Cliff Outdoors was started by the urging of a group of friends that liked some of the "stuff" I had been building. We all had a similar fishing style and they appreciated the utility of my designs. I would argue that it all started because of a small room in the basement of my grandparent's home in Goshen County, Wyoming. The room was filled with fly rods, Winchesters, and the tools to take care of them. My Grandpa was an incredibly handy guy that liked things on the practical side, and I inherited a little of that from him. In his "gear room" you could feel the potential for outdoor adventure. That room drew me like a magnet and it was there that I first started learning that having the Right Gear at the Right Time has a direct impact on the opportunity for outdoor success.
Foam Nymph Boxes
The Big Clifftop
The durable foam strips securely hold the large patterns and small flies are help in place (even in big wind) on the magnetic base.
While our Days Worth continues to be the "go to" box for thousands of anglers, some people (including Big Cliff) kept asking when we were going to build a bigger box. To make a long story short, we moved ahead with the "big" box and are happy we did.
On our favorite rivers we (and lots of other anglers) have found that a two fly system is the most effective way to catch fish. Most of the time the second fly is small (size 18-26). We needed a tough box that can effectively manage lots of small and large patterns for those times when we aren't on our home water. The Big Cliff fly box is the answer. The durable foam strips securely hold the large patterns and small flies are help in place (even in big wind) on the magnetic base. We were happy that Team USA used this box as their competition box at the 2001 World Championships. Check one out for yourself. See why the Big Cliff fly box has been called the perfect "dry/dropper" box.