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Fly Tying Bench - AntlerCrest

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Being a woodworker first and a fly tyer a distant second, I entered this hobby using a shoebox full of things I don't really fully understand the why and what for. As I gained a little skill in fly tying and a few more tools of the trade, I decided to make my own desk...Since I live in a small home, I couldn't get to big. I started smaller and have ended up with many have called a "Mini-Desk". It is small, has ample storage for my current patterns materials and needed tools and can go fly fishing with me if I choose. I never seem to have what they are bitting on that day. What turned into something I needed has turned in a small Ebay & craft show product. While my time exceeds any funds gained, I have sold quite a few to those who wanted something different and "out of the Box". An internet search will bring up several different versions of my tool caddy. I am open for critique & suggestions on future models.





















This my Basic (no frills) Fly Tying Tool Caddy. Designed for use as a portable tool caddy to have your "working" tools and supplies at hand. As with all the Antler Crest Tool Caddies, a clamp type vise may be clamped to the upper tier. It only will hold what fits. It does hold 24 spools on the metal spindles. It is made of laminated pieces of maple. Drilled holes range from 1/4" to 2" in diameter. It can be an accessory to a larger bench or used on a table, rock or flat surface. The bottom is felt covered. It is finished to leave out on display and not have to be put up out of sight. Basic sizes are 11-1/2" x 7-1/2" x 8-1/2" tall. You will need a shoebox, bag or suitcase to all the other items you need.












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