Round Up: Double Haul : Hot picks

Posh Chocolat’s Montana Fly Box

Award-winning chef and outdoor enthusiast Jason Willenbrock combines his love of fly fishing and food by creating handcrafted signature huckleberry-flavored, dark chocolate bonbons that are finished with colorful Montana fly patterns. Served up in a metal tin that was designed to be repurposed as a fly box, it’s the perfect gift for the angler who has everything. Posh Chocolat was founded in 2005 in Missoula, Montana, by Willenbrock and his wife Ana who met at and graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in New York. Along with the Fly Box chocolates, their other award-winning, artisanal creations are infused with spices, herbs, and fragrant notes. poshchocolat.com

 

Flyvines Accessories

Environmentally friendly and good looking products from the Missoula, Montana-based company Flyvines include hand-braided lanyards, bracelets, eyewear retainers, dog collars and leashes, keychains, coasters, and other accessories made from recycled fly fishing line. The company repurposes fly line — what they describe as “fly-fishing’s chief environmental hindrance” — that’s donated by individuals, outfitters, and stores, and finishes most products with a break-away washer that’s designed to safely split apart in an emergency. Visit them online to learn more about donating line (they send out free samples of their products to donors). flyvines.com

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