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    Default fly tying station

    I gave my last fly tying station to a friend and since I had some time today, I thought I would head into the shop and make a new one for myself. Here are the pictures of how it turned out.





    God gave fishermen expectantcy so they would never tire of throwing out a line.

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    I like it! Nice job.
    Fly fishing - it's cheaper than a bass boat!

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    That looks really nice! Would like to see a picture after you get everything set up.

    If you don't mind me asking, what is the white material used for the bottom?

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    Wicked awesome! You are very talented and I bet folks would buy those from you.... I have one similarly constructed. Been wanting to tie but I prefer to do it outside on the back porch and keep the mess outta the house... still a bit to cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmadd View Post
    That looks really nice! Would like to see a picture after you get everything set up.

    If you don't mind me asking, what is the white material used for the bottom?
    That material is 3mm EPVC (expanded polyvinyl chloride). On the previous one I made, I had some Formica laminate left over from a project, which worked very well and has lasted 8 years so far. Unfortunately, I did not have any laminate to use but had some of the EPVC in one of my scrap bins so I cut the bottom inlay out of that material.

    Thanks all for the compliments, looking forward to taking this down to the cabin and start tying some bugs.
    God gave fishermen expectantcy so they would never tire of throwing out a line.

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    Very nice. Want to see it stocked up
    Romans 10:9-10 KJV

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    That is one nice looking station!!! What are its dimensions (L & W)? I've got to make one of those!!

    Mike

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    Mike:

    The dim's are 14.5" deep x 26" long, with the back being 2" tall. I drew this in AutoCAD but can save a copy in a PDF format if you want a drawing of the components. Just shoot me your e-mail, I will gladly sent you a copy of the drawing.

    Doug
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    Hey Doug, Thanks! My email is memcconk@gmail.com

    Mike

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