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  1. Projects Landing Net for Fly Fishing

    My old landing net was falling apart, and I figured it would be more fun to make one than buy one. The bag was the hardest part. If you make one of these, get the bag first and build your form to fit the bag rather than trying to get a bag to fit the form. Few stores sell just the net bag...
  2. Fly Fishing Rod Case - Cherry and Walnut, Engraved

    I delivered a pretty special project this week. Later this month, a mentor and friend of mine is retiring. Since I won't see him again before then, I gave him his retirement gift a bit early. As an avid fisherman, one of my fly rod cases was a natural choice for me to make for him. A couple...
  3. Fly tying table

    Long story shortened. A friend had asked me to make a fly tying table for him. Before it was made he passed on. He only left a son who did not fish so his son gave all the fishing gear to my daughter, who loves to fish. In his memory I made her his fly tying table. The original plan called for...
  4. Fly Fishing Rod Case - Purpleheart, Maple, Walnut - Engraved

    This is the first of two fly rod cases that I just completed for inclusion in an event/auction to raise funds for a group called the Shepherd's Men. This group helps raise awareness/funds for a place in Atlanta, GA (the Shepherd Center) that provides care to veterans and their families - most of...
  5. Dragonfly Inlay

    Here is the most recent project I have finished. The background is maple, the wings are black palm, the head is end-grain black palm, and the body is leopard wood. The border is purchased pre-made banding. The finish is super blonde shellac sanded to 600 grit then followed with steel wool and a...
  6. 4 Drawer Cabinet

    I call this my "Bright 4 Drawer Cabinet". On the sides and back of the cabinet is a variation of a "Rolling Star" quilt pattern, in two sizes. On the sides I have 32 pieces in the same area that I have 16 pieces on the back. The cabinet is about 7 ½ "tall x 11 1/2" wide and 8" front to back. I...
  7. Fly tying caddy, fly box

    Both projects made from cherry with natural stain and wipe on poly. Fly is a deer hair caddis.
  8. Fly box (up close)

    I made these a few years ago. The cherry one is in a picture with a fly tying caddy. The other is Western Oregon Walnut, Eastern Maple, Rosewood, Cherry, and Pink Ivory. The have barrel hinges from Woodcraft, and rare earth magnets to keep them closed.
  9. Fly Tying Box

    I got this basic idea for this design from an internet site I found while googling. Not sure the name. But this has been a great box to put all my fly tying material and is big enough to grow quite a bit while being able to be closed and set aside. It has two sets of hinges and a place to put...
  10. Wood & Lumber
    I bought a trailer a year or so ago and back then I knew the floor was going to need replacing. The deck was plywood and not exterior plywood . Today I bought enough 5/4X6 decking to replace the floor. I bought it from Lowe's and even had to cut the bands on a new bunk. Well to add to the...
  11. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    This looks like a lot of fun!
  12. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Yes, we have been invaded! More flies that I have seen in one place in my LIFE! We have: 1. Made sure that all trash has been taken out. 2. Plugged cracks & holes that could be the cause. 3. Sprayed the outside of windows with fly spray. Sprayed all waste baskets. 4. Inspected rooms...
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