Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Dustin Bise, Apr 10, 2008.
We spend alot of time at em.. lets see yours!
Here is mine:thumb:
Here is mine
A bit of a mess but you go....
I have dedicated a whole room for fly fishing. I got the desk for free, some lady was selling it for $100 but couldn't move it out of her house, so she sawed the damn legs off with a chain saw!!!"!??!!!! She told me I could take it, so I did a little repair and Voila! 100 year old vintage solid oak roll top fly tying desk!
Love the compulsory beer on the desk!
Geez Paul... that looks more like a fly shop!
Did you make the rod/rod tube holder in the corner? That looks like exactly what I need. Can you post a more detailed photo? If you bought it, where? Thanks.
here's mine lads.
Okay, i am in on this one. My room is so full i had to take multiple pictures!!
How do you like that fly tyer waste basket?
Nice to know there are others as sick as I am.....going to medical lake now.Been to Coffeepot this am...caught many..will keep posted
Love it!!! Would never be without one again.
Here is my:thumb:
Dude that is a nice desk with a view and a HUGE bong! Wow! :rofl:
That's why they call it the evergreen state :thumb:
This is mine for now. I'm transferring in two months, and my new house will have slat board walls for materials, and a proper oak table and shelves my grandfather is building me right now. This table has served me well for the last ten years. I built it myself in my living room in Kodiak with wood screws, and there's not many right angles on it, and it leans a bit....
I used to have three times as many materials, but as I've gotten more specific in my tying over the last four or five years, my materials have too. I haven't bought a saddle patch, dubbing or elk hair since maybe 2002.
good stuff everyone!
Would have tidied up, but I assume that's cheating.