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Fly Tying Bench - JWM72

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Here is my tying and rod building room. I started tying about 15 years ago and that was when I built my tying desk and material storage cabinet. The main tying desk is made from birch. The desk has a bunch of storage space that utilizes a series of drawers to hold material. While the rod building desk/storage cabinet has a sliding table top to conserve room. The most recent additions to the room are the tabletop tool organizer and wall mounted rod rack. I also added the gerstner style chest to act as a portable tying station when my dad and I head up to up state NY for some salmon fishing. I used to spend most of my time tying trout flies and driving 5 hours west to use them but in the past two years I have made a switch to tying saltwater patterns and trying my luck at stripers, blues, fluke and albies off the jersey coast since Iím only live about a mile from the beachI get a lot more time on the water.

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