What does your tying space look like

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Bighorn Flies, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. Kelly Michelsen

    Kelly Michelsen Active Member

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    Wow Bighorn awesome flyshop like digs, mine is more a jumble, Freestones
    looks good to me, a small area of our bed room, shared with a little life happens mixed in with fly gear, whew I know that I have the stacker gene lol!
     
  2. Kelly Michelsen

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    Wow Bighorn awesome flyshop like digs, mine is more a jumble, Freestones
    looks good to me, a small area of our bed room, shared with a little life happens mixed in with fly gear, whew I know that I have the stacker gene lol!
     
  3. Kelly Michelsen

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    Well I guess I studderd !
     
  4. Dave Evans

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    Here goes, my attempt at uploading pictures. My tying desk is in the corner of the TV room. The chair faces a TV mounted on the opposite wall. I do a lot of tying during Seahawks and Cougar games. Not pictured are two labradors and a husky that keep me company. I keep all of my tying and rod building stuff plus gun stuff in the laundry room next to the TV room. I just grab what I need and take into the desk. I was storing everything in containers but ended up buying duplicates because I could not find it. Getting organized with the peg board has saved me a few $$.



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