This guy has access to a lot of self powered tools. This is a way cool and pretty fast video (5:29 minutes) Great video work too. Ingenious actually. I thought one of the coolest things was how he hand-hewed the rockers, then resawed it in hal...
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Location: Garden Grove, Ca.
I began woodworking in my 20’s by dumpster diving at a nearby door manufacturer for some of the most beautiful kiln-dried mahogany, maple, oak, and walnut I had ever seen. Being that I was always the artistic type, this wood soon turned into beautiful furniture. So began my love affair with my second favorite thing in this world to do.
I started fishing when I was very young, and something about it never let go of me. Now, at 38, I fish for everything, on any gear, anywhere I can possibly do it- From bluegill to blue marlin- From trolling for roosterfish to fly fishing for 8” native rainbows- From Alaska to Costa Rica. I still get giddy like that 7-year old school boy catching perch from the dock on Deer-Flat Reservoir in Idaho.
Now, I am working very hard to try an d make a living combining those two things I love the most. I make custom landing nets.
-- You don't have a custom made heirloom fly fishing Net? http://www.Sierra-Nets.com
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I wanted to do a story showcasing how wonderful it is to see fish inside my custom fly fishing nets. Just about 99.5% of my clients are fly fishers. They fish everywhere from Argentina to Alaska, and New York to New Zealand. Sometimes I take t...
I use my Lie-Nielson Adjustable Mouth Block Plane almost daily in my custom fly fishing net building. I actually have a few pics of my plane on my website (www.sierra-nets.com) It is a beautifully crafted tool and makes minced meat out of wood. ...
So I finally got my T-shirt design put together and printed. I’m stoked! I worked hard on this for several months. My buddy Jeff is the artist-He drew the hand and the fish seperately. I did the overall design, the fonts, merged the ...
This is the final blog about my preparations for exhibiting Sierra Nets at my first show-The Fly Fishing Show in Pleasanton, Ca. on Feb. 24-26, 2012. I will be leaving this Thursday morning and driving up to the Bay Area with my best friend, and...