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  1. Hi Guys, I finally decided to build a tying station. I used left over wood from other project. I have a Stonfo Transformer vise I will be mounting to the thick piece of Walnut at the front. Let me know what you think, I am applying the poly finish as I type. Attached are a few other pictures of the fishing related projects I make. Thanks.
  2. A friend asked me to build a fly tying bench for him. He has been quite taken with fly fishing, enough to buy a second home in Utah very close to great trout fishing areas. He gave me a box of assorted fly tying equipment and the maximum dimensions his work area would permit. The work below is primarily made of a single piece of African mahagony with supporting pieces and spindles made from ebonized hard maple. Yes, I finished the bottom too. It is a bit sad it may never be seen... Let me know what you think of it. [email protected] (2nd letter is a lower case L)
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