10% End of Season Discount - One week to go!!

FREE Engraving FOR ONE WEEK

To celebrate the return of our Mahogany boxes we have decided to offer one line of engraving  FREE for all orders from the Wheatley in Wood pages. To get this add Wheatley in Wood in the discount box on the checkout page. 

Please remember that engraving takes between 7 and 10 days.

 

 

Richard Wheatley reference collection

This box will be joining our reference collection. A 12 compartment box with contents sheet. You normally find contents sheet on the smaller 3 inch boxes. 

Richard Wheatley "de luxe" Box

This is the most beautiful Richard Wheatley "de luxe" box that I have seen. The "blonde" cherry wood is absolutely superb with wonderful grain. A lucky web customer has this on the way to them. The plaque has been engraved. These boxes make wonderful gifts.

Fly Tying Gift for website users

We have a number of fly tying disks to give away. Just send your name and address using  "contact us" on the menu above and we will send you one free. All you need to do is drill a hole to fit your vice stem. We have about 25 of these to give away.Thanks to Gary Keys for the photo. Offer end on 15th June or when disks run out which ever comes first.

Delay in posting

Monday the 25th is a bank (public) holiday in the U.K. However we will not be dispatching goods until friday 29th May 2015. If you order between the 21st and 28th May you can choose a small gift as compensation for waiting an extra couple of day. You can choose from the following fisherman's tools

37004 Fixed tippet holder, 37006 a bottle holder, 37007 Floatant or sinking holder, 37008 double floatant holder, 37009 zinger, 37010 magnetic net holder or 37020 Line nippers.

Add the code of your gift to the additional details and we will send it with your order on Friday 29th. You will be able to contact us only on our 07474 123 964 telephone number

When we started fly boxes looked like this.

Back in 1860 when our founder started in business a fly box looked like this

It comprised of a cardboard box which had been covered in leather and had cork inserts. The box would have been fine until you dropped it in the river or you put one too many wet flies into it for storage. This one has joined our reference collection as an example of the type of thing that Richard Wheatley would have been making.

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