Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Dustin Bise, Apr 10, 2008.
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.
Here is mine guys...I have a room dedicated to tying. Basically 3 stations. A tying station, a research station and a packaging station for flies I sell...
You guys w/ clean desks concern me Wish I would have gotten the clean gene.
Desk one and two in my fly tying room.
Great post, for your first one! :thumb: Love that trevally/jack in your avatar, too.