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#1 posted 12-31-2009 07:45 AM
wow this is very cool great job.
-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture
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#2 posted 12-31-2009 07:59 AM
Nice! If I had one of those I might tie more often. Can you stash all your necks/tails/hooks in the bottom? It looks like there’s room, but I didn’t see that pic. Happy hackling! : )
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#3 posted 12-31-2009 08:02 AM
Yea I love it this a great idea! you should get ahold of Cabelas and the like, I think you could make some extra cash.
-- Rj's Woodworks,San Jose & Weed Ca,
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#4 posted 12-31-2009 08:30 AM
That layout shows a lot of thought – excellent job!
-- Steve - Impatience is Expensive
#5 posted 12-31-2009 11:29 AM
Bill, thank you very much for your encouraging comment.Yes, a lot of space under the tray and lid side.(added two more pics)
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#6 posted 12-31-2009 12:12 PM
that is wonderful. So convenient to take on a fishing trip (thinking of the mess we end up with at a campsite.. yikes)
And it is beautiful! well done
-- ~ Debbie, Canada (https://www.facebook.com/DebbiePribeleENJOConsultant)
#7 posted 12-31-2009 12:45 PM
Thank you for the extra pics. I should probably try making a fly box (as in your other project) first!
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#8 posted 12-31-2009 01:19 PM
Seeing this project and your fly box makes me want warm weather to come to KC. Nice job and excellent thought. I really like to color combination and straight forward design.
-- Measuring twice and cutting once only works if you read the tape correctly!
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#9 posted 12-31-2009 01:38 PM
My fly tying box is cardboard. Sure like yours better.
-- A childs smile is payment enough.
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#10 posted 12-31-2009 02:48 PM
Excelent small layautthat box is not to bee stored that box has to travelI want to try flyfishingI have the coffee readynext time you come to Denmark
Happy new year (break a stick or two for me)
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#11 posted 12-31-2009 05:16 PM
Functional like a strong ox/beautiful like a thoroughbred
-- "Not skilled enough to wipe jam on toast!"
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#12 posted 12-31-2009 05:37 PM
Beautiful box! Necessity is definitely the mother of invention. Do you have a light set up incorporated in there somewhere?
-- Fred.... Poconos, PA ---- Chairwright in the making ----
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#13 posted 12-31-2009 06:04 PM
Excellent box. Fine craftsmanship.
-- Jason - Colorado Springs
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#14 posted 12-31-2009 06:41 PM
That is one beautiful fly tieing work station. I love your choice of woods and the layout. One question: Did you consider using a veneer to cover the plywood end grain or did you want to leave that as a design element?
-- I love the smell of sawdust in the morning....
#15 posted 01-01-2010 03:53 AM
A Happy new year !! Rat,, thank you for your comment.I confess,, the box body was made with box joint.But due to my poor skill, I found many defects like chippingopen space and glue mark. Then I decided to cover with walnut.However the left over walnut was a bit short to cover all edges of the box.That is why so ugly joints ( I should have used miter joint) The reason I used plywood is to make lighter so that easy to carry.
Most of my projects were made of walnut and hard maple combination.
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