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  1. I have changed tying stations at least 5 times since i started tying. I already modified the roll top desk i bought and im thinking of doing it again lol. My question is am i the only one that constantly changes my tying area or do we all look at ways to change things up regularly?
  2. Warm greetings everyone. I've been following the board here for some time and decided it was time to introduce myself and, with your kind indulgence, show a few pictures of my tying table and matching cabinet. I am a professional woodworker (http://www.finewoodworker.com) and my shop has a room setup just for fly tying. The table is made from solid Cherry, as is the matching cabinet (which stores all the various materials). Anyway, I've only been tying for a couple of years so I definitely still consider myself a beginner. But being fortunate enough to live up here in the beautiful state of Montana, I have long winters to occupy myself with the joys of tying. I hope to be able to someday contribute. Thanks for looking and I look forward to learning more from you talented fly tyers out there. BTW - that's a picture of me and my grandson on the laptop...in case you were curious... Scott Morrison
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