|Project by johnstoneb||posted 04-03-2016 03:35 PM||792 views||2 times favorited||10 comments|
Ran out of room in basement and needed to get fishing gear and boating stuff in one place. Popular Woodworking had plans for a storage cabinet that gave me the idea for this. I drew up the idea in Sketchup to make sure things would fit and then the changes started.
It is built from #2 pine from Lowe’s finished with amber shellac sprayed on with an airless paint sprayer. That actually came out a lot better than I expected. I made the lumber into tongue and groove, glued the panels up in the shop then moved them to garage to glue up the cabinet. Originally it was to have solid doors. I decided to put plexiglas in the upper part of doors. The turntable for the fishing rods will hold 28 rods. The cabinet is 7” tall and 6’ wide and about 22”’ deep, the doors are 5” deep for more storage.
Once I had the turntable installed and loaded, I realized there was a bunch of unused space in the center of the turntable. I had to take it out and cut holes for storage for rod tubes ended with strage for 8 rod tubes inside the rod storage. Now I don’t have to look all over the basement and other closets when going boating or fishing.
-- Bruce, Boise, ID