Sunday, April 28, 2019

PREORDER - T.F.M. Comrade & Retro Fly SeaDek Fly Patches

It's been awhile since I've put something new in the T.F.M. Store and though I've been thinking about doing some custom SeaDek fly patches with Castaway Customs for awhile now, it was the recently launched Flybrary Project that pushed this to reality. 

I'm pretty stoked to get these high quality fly patches out in the wild and I'm already thinking of places were I can start a local T.F.M. Flybrary around Columbia, South Carolina and also thinking of one on Beaver Island at the Fisherman's House, another one in Hopkins, Belize and elsewhere in my fly fishing travels.

Where would you want to start your own local Flybrary with the mantra of "Need one?  Take one.  Have one?  Leave one."


The Comrade fly patches measure six inches in diameter while the custom cut Retro Fly patches measure 5 inches by 7.5 inches at the widest and longest points.  The backside of the fly patches have a super sticky peel back adhesive so that you can stick your fly patch anywhere and it'll stay stuck.

The Comrade and Retro Fly fly patches will be priced at $15 each and all preorders will receive free shipping and a free Retro Fly neoprene koozie as an added thank you. 

The Comrade and Retro Fly patches will be available in your choice of Storm Gray and Mocha.   International orders are possible with an added charge for shipping.

Now through next weekend I'll be taking preorders for the Comrade and Retro Fly patches so please send an email to thefiberglassmanifesto@gmail.com to place an order. 

I can take payment through PayPal, check or credit card and if you're interested in two or more, we can work out a discount that makes sense.

No payment is necessary until these are ready to ship which should be in the next couple of weeks.  I'm doing the preorders to have a good idea on numbers before placing the first order.

Who's ready to start their own local Flybrary Project or wants to stick one of these someplace handy for keeping a stash of your favorite flies close at hand?  Let me know.

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