I organized my travel kit by duct-taping the lids down on the 2 plastic storage tubs to keep everything inside from getting out.
Tool caddies of some kind are highly recommended. I have the Renzetti foam caddy it has been a real joy.I like the pegboard solutions; that seems to be a pretty good idea, and I love the tool caddy
Blue, gravel, clear.Working on building a new tying desk to replace the old computer table I've been using. Been talking about doing this live-edge project for years, and now time to start......
Desktop is 2" white oak, inlays are black walnut.
Upper shelf will also be 2" white oak.
Still trying to decide what color to make the "river" out of.
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10 days later and still a work in progressI got my old fly tying area with not having enough elbow space and Saturday morning I tore it down and out the door about @ 10 am. Without having a plan drove to home depot and just got whatever popped in my head to throw on the cart. Considering I didn't have a plan this ain't to bad. All done with screws so I can add or subtract as a new idea comes along. I still need a bunch more pegboard hooks. and going to order one of those Walmart thread storage racks. I made the table 30 inches deep and 6 1/2 ft. long. still going to add more peg board too. Hope this one will do me for awhile Before anyone asks the wall hanger is a bamboo 9 foot 3 weight built in 1933 by Jim Payne and no it's not for sale!!
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