|Project by Ken90712||posted 12-14-2010 05:12 PM||9150 views||15 times favorited||27 comments|
I have a good friend that loves going Ocean fishing here in Southern California. He always gives us 10-15 pounds of Tuna or what ever he catches and refuses any money. He has a big collection of different rods and had then standing in a corner in his garage. (Not good)
One night while working he had asked me if I could make some sort of rack for hanging up his rods. Nothing fancy he said, just throw it together. I’m like sure I can, let me do some research. Sunday Morning I got up and went to the shop. I had some oak that would fit the bill.
I figured it was a good time to use my Summerfeld Tongue and Groove bit set as well. Previous review.
The 2 sets which will hold 14 rods are made of oak. After drilling out the holes I used a round-over bit for all the holes. Stained with some left over stain in the shop.
He loved them and really appreciated it, which always feels good to repay someones generosity.
Thx for looking. Hope you like it.
-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"