Fly Fishing Photo Gallery

  1. Search

    Recent Photos
    1 day  7 days  14 days

  1. Statistics
    Users 79,742
    Photos 44,264
    Comments 69,421
    Views 30,944,006

  1. Posting Calendar
    « July 2014
    SunMon TueWed ThuFri Sat
      12345
    6789101112
    13141516171819
    20212223242526
    2728293031  


  1. Random - Tying Equipment and Stations

    DSC02670.JPG

    [ Tying Equipment and Stations ]



    new.jpg

    [ Tying Equipment and Stations ]



    DSC02669.JPG

    [ Tying Equipment and Stations ]


    · more ·


 
  1. Home > Main > Misc Equipment > Tying Equipment and Stations > Slide Show


    prev
    Teak Fly Tying Station 3
    next

    View Larger Image


    Teak Fly Tying Station 3



    This portable tying station was hand-crafted from teak wood. The inner drawers are constructed of aromatic cedar to keep little critters from damaging any materials stored inside. All sections are held together with dove tail joints and carpenters glue - no nails or screws. There are various magnetic inlays in the frame that can be used for temporary holding of both hooks and tools while tying. The metal hinges and handles are polished brass. To close the station, the doors swing inward and the working base folds up from the front - which is secured shut with more magnetic inlays. My father, Tim Hall, made this as a gift for me a few years back. The station is a gem to look at, but undoubtedly for me, the sentimental value greatly exceeds the asthetics.


    <<
    1143Picture_380.jpg
    4433PortableFlytyingStation0003.jpg
    4433PortableFlytyingStation0004.jpg
    4433PortableFlytyingStation0002.jpg
    2162Fly_station2.JPG
    >>

    1. VancouverFisher

      Lucky if I get out anymore!
      See all User Photos

      Registered: February 2005
      Location: Vancouver, WA
      Posts: 87
      • Pin It
      ssssssssss
      Linked Thumb: 
      Linked Medium: 
      Medium Image: 
      Date: 3-15-05
      Views: 4,415




  1. Ron Eagle Elk
    Very nicely done. As a cabinet maker I appreciate good craftsmanship. That's one to be passed down the family line. My compliments.


    REE
    #1 3-15-05 11:34pm

    Scott Behn
    Holy Crap...it's nice to see another one...Dad built mine for a christmas gift back in '93. Although I wanted mine out of pine. Beautiful box!!!!!


    There is a picture of mine in my gallery!


    Edit: just uploaded better pics of it.
    #2 3-15-05 11:38pm




Photo Sharing Gallery by PhotoPost
Copyright © 2012 All Enthusiast, Inc.